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    New Fish; Learning About Thick Skin ldlago's Avatar
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    Making Stylistic Changes

    Have you ever listened to a band and said, I love their music, but all their songs sound the same? If I have one self-criticism, it's that sometimes my writing seems locked in a stylistic rut. You know, ba bah, ba bah, ba bah, ba bah. Ba bah, ba bah, ba bah, ba bah, and so on. I feel like I can't break away. Maybe it's a matter of going back to basics, back to what I learned in elementary school, trying to relearn what I thought I already knew. Maybe it's that simple. Any thoughts?
    Last edited by ldlago; 09-15-2019 at 08:40 AM.

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