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Dear Writer's Digest Subscriber, ... my name is Rae Robinson.

If you've been around Writer's Digest for a while, you may be familiar with my story ...

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I put in the elbow grease. (Honestly, it didn't even feel like work.)

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I have no doubt you can easily do the same. As a writer, you're no stranger to tackling the blank page and filling it with words that move your readers.

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The freedom to work from home or anywhere in the world you like, on your own schedule, doing "work" you love is worth 20 times that.

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But ...

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Very truly yours,

Rae Robinson
Fellow Writer's Digest Subscriber & Six-figure copywriter (:D!!!)

P.S. Remember, this super-discounted price is going away for good after September 29th at midnight ET ... so this is truly your last shot at the chance to learn how to make a six-figure income at the lowest price and enjoy what you love the most: writing.

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