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  • Writer's pictureClarke Wallace

WHEN READING TOO MUCH

I’m not talking the amount of research that goes into a book

or screenplay. It’s about trying to keep up with the daily

newspaper that arrives sometime during the night.

Then comes the weekend editions of both the Toronto Star and the Globe.

The answer is simple, I tell myself: Simply skip through

each daily newspaper during lunch.

The advice is a admirable.

Then why can’t I do it? Because the characters in the

manuscript shout at me “come on, get on with the plot before we

fade away.”

Okay, I mumble, I’m coming.

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