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Date: 2017-03-15 05:04 am (UTC)
This rang true for me.

Part of me wanted to argue, too, but then I realized that there's a distinction of sorts between "wanting to be a writer" (which is about being seen to be a writer) and "wanting to write."

Not everyone can be a professional writer, not even everyone who wants to be, and it's an unrealistic goal, and trying to aim for that often isn't a good idea. But maximizing your writing time, that's about what choices you make in your life, and not about whether other people like your writing. If you're a good enough writer, and lucky, you might make a living off of it.
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