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The Sunday Express 100-day book challenge: Why a book is closer than you think

There is a book in every one of us. Infact, writing a book is easier if you have a plan that fits your downtime By Aubrey Mavhuli I met a friend last week. She is super smart wo man and has a bubbly loud voice. She drops more words in a minute than a thesaurus and a canary. She is an expert in her fields of work. Her employers agree. And in turn they happily reward her for her expertise. I made a subtle suggestion to her. “Why don’t you write a book?” She looked at me like someone who had seen a living ghost. For the first time since I have known her, she was at a loss for words. I must have really hit a nerve. All the bubbly confidence seemed to disappear in a hurry.

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