Why a Writer Should Never Hold Back

Meg Dowell Writes

Do you ever feel like what you’re creating isn’t quite … enough?

It’s not bad. It’s not forced or cliched or lacking anything that makes it a consumable piece of writing. Yet something is missing. Or rather, you feel like you could be doing more — going deeper, confirming what’s implied, saying what needs to be said, grabbing the reader where it hurts and squeezing their already broken hearts.

You could be, but you aren’t. Why is that?

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