A Drafts List Is a Waste Of Time

Because I prefer to write in the moment.

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NOW, I KNOW THIS DOESN’T APPLY TO EVERYONE and there may even be some writers who disagree, but I find a drafts list to be a waste of time.

At the moment I have 128 drafts sitting idle on my list (not including this piece) and I’m 99% sure I won’t be expanding on any one of them. Because when I write, I prefer to…

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