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Paul Mason  —  Getting Published: What No One Tells You

Paul Mason
‘If your manuscript doesn’t reach the commissioning editor when you said it would, he or she will read one of two things into that fact: A. I am now rushing to get this finished, so it won’t be as good as if it hadn’t been rushed; B. I am not rushing.’

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