Should Reader Interest Determine What You Write?

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As I work on my novel that begins in the late 1960s, I realize I’m writing a bit of history as I attempt to set the scene of what life was like back then in New York City and the United States as a whole. Specifically for recent immigrants in the U.S.

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Women’s Fiction author of That Was Then, Say You’ll Be Mine, and Evenings at the Argentine Club. Speaker and and teacher. https://www.facebook.com/juliaamante/

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Julia Amante

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Women’s Fiction author of That Was Then, Say You’ll Be Mine, and Evenings at the Argentine Club. Speaker and and teacher. https://www.facebook.com/juliaamante/

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