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Comment from: Stephen Mitchell [Visitor]
Quite extraordinary. Bob's frustrations and remedies practically mirror mine.

A few years ago I received two pieces of advice from a respected literary agent. Firstly, don't write a golf novel - you won't get a publisher of any merit taking interest. Second piece of advice - if you've written your first, don't compound your difficulties by writing a second.

Although the advice was astute, I ignored both and went ahead because I had tales to tell. The Morris Men remains without publisher to this day.
03/27/06 @ 00:15
A little government and a little luck are necessary in life, but only a fool trusts either of them.
01/15/11 @ 01:10

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