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The emotional engagement of writing a book is central to it's popularity with it's audience. When any form of literary endeavour is in process a differential lies between; works produced to satisfy a niche or those created by the writer as an expression of oneself. This is the former, the simple fact that I found myself 'as a pescatarian' magnetised by the cover, suggests a thought process of one who wishes to educate and inform. This after rifling through avidly in WHSmith found it's way swifty to the scrap of paper in my pocket. It is a part of the library and yet, when writing a book, even after many edits, one always thinks, mmm, did I miss something?
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