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How to Overcome Imposter Syndrome During Editing

You type “The End” or “To Be Continued” on the final page of your manuscript and then scream and dance, pour yourself a glass of wine, reward yourself with a pretty new notebook, a nice dinner, or splurge on a bookish item you’ve been eyeing. You feel on top of the world and can’t wait to send it to beta readers, query a literary agent, or post your book for sale on Amazon KDP after editing.

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