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February 18, 2018
Put it out there.

When you are offered the chance to read your work to an audience, say ‘yes.’ Do it even if you feel anxious or would rather back out. Bring a friend along if you need moral support.

Angela Post writes young adult and children’s books when not working as a psychologist. Her story Changing Connections made the longlist for the 2017 CBC Nonfiction Prize.

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