I Don’t Care If You Disagree With Me About Writing

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Sometimes people leave comments on my writing articles disagreeing with me. I wouldn’t call them “hate comments.” I wouldn’t even call them rude. I would call them just what I called them in the first sentence: disagreement.

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Margery is a librarian by day and a writer by night; a published short story author and an aspiring novelist. More at www.margerybayne.com or @themargerybayne.

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Margery Bayne

Margery Bayne

Margery is a librarian by day and a writer by night; a published short story author and an aspiring novelist. More at www.margerybayne.com or @themargerybayne.

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