Recently the Skagit Valley Writers League featured a talk by A.C. Fuller, podcaster and author of The Anonymous Source, on strategies to write faster and better. One of his strategies is to get up at four in the morning to write while his wife and child are still asleep. Since I view myself as a professional writer, and that's how I often introduce myself, I'm frequently asked about my own routine. I confess I struggle to give a professional-sounding answer. I feel apologetic, even embarrassed, about not having one. How can I call myself a professional? And yet I do and yet I am.
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