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Old 12-19-2012, 01:33 PM   #41
Stephen B
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Coming back to the question, re: “Write what you know” - this is the biggest myth of all. Okay, so John le Carre was a real life spy. And he tells a mean, if wordy, spy story. But Tom Clancy was an insurance salesman. Then he goes and writes The Hunt for Red October. Somehow I don’t think Clancy was writing policies on secret Soviet submarines.
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