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    I don't agree with every single thing, but still, of course I read to completion and will reference it again. I'm not very effective at rating things, but it's cheap enough that buying it is no loss even if you hate it. Which I don't think you will. I don't see how anything Marcy Kennedy writes can be "hateable". I adore constructive criticism and outright reason-you-suck speeches regarding my work more than anything, and I believe I act somewhat like this due to my attempt to follow the Golden Rule, so I apologize if I ever come across as rude or mean with just focusing on the negative; it's just in my nature. For example, one thing I really dislike in this book and in the other Busy Writer's Guide, although not to the point of disdain, really just irritation, is the pointless repetition of writing. What I mean is, most obviously in the Take To The Page segments, Marcy clearly just copy-and-pastes her own work from page to page. Entire paragraphs are exactly the same for path A and B, and while perhaps you're supposed to skip over the parts that you don't follow, as a writer who likes to make use of the programmed tools provided in software and thoroughly read his work, it feels a bit insulting to the reader and kind of lazy. I don't know how to correct this without altering the entire framework of the book, I'm just noting I find it jarring.
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