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Old 12-08-2010, 09:28 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by erictoma View Post
Charles Darwin risked his life, spent years in the sea, lost his youth nights studying by himself geology under candle light in order to write his book "natural selection"
Fiction writing is an art, and like every art, they are fans who indulge a lot their preferred authors and cherish them without any factual reason.

Neil Armstrong, the guy who wadded on the moon, discovered one day that his barber was collecting his hair to sell it to some fans for 400 dollars each teaspoon or less !

Fiction writing is an art , there is no fairness in this field .
What? What does any of that have to do with you saying that fiction writing is easy?

Who says one must have a "factual reason" to enjoy something?

Neil Armstrong's hair? Really?
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