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Oh, Michelle, I sympathize! I'm at the fidning-an-agent stage, too, and the first series of setbacks nearly yanked me to a stop. Me, the woman who can't find enough time to get all the writing projects done! I've struggled with the balance issue for my entire motherhood. But like you, I have come to the conclusion that I can't NOT write. It's part of my calling--even when I'm not talking about God, I'm using the gift to make the world better.I look forward to your guests!


Too many times I read uninteresting arctlies on subjects similar to this and lose interest in reading them. I'm delighted to see that you have changed my status on this subject by writing interesting material.


When I saw the headline I was tltoaly prepared to disagree. Being a content person I would always say write for people, then optimize. But you make some pretty valid points and afterall the goal for many of us it to get found first, then read.

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