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techniques for good writing

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    This 10-step process might help. Notice a "final draft" is never final. Step one: Write it. Step two: Read it. Step three: Mark it up (make changes) Step four: Re-write it. Step five: Read it again. Step six: Mark it up again. Step seven: Write the final draft. Step eight: Have someone ELSE read it. Step nine: Mark it up. Step ten: Re-write final draft.

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