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I've gotten back into writing prose the last few months and have written about 1/3 of a manuscript for a novel, because I like to make things difficult for myself and do lots of things at once.

No idea if it's any good - it's about 16000 words right now (which sounds like a lot - but it's about an hour's read) and would be willing to trade a review of a couple of features for someone to look it over as a beta reader (or prose of a similar length, if anyone else here writes prose).

It's a lit-dark comedy - think Sally Rooney, but hopefully less pretentious.


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