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Off the Ground: A Journo Logs Writing His First Book, Part III
With his wedding over, this writer focuses on the horizon and struggles to pen his book about airports
By Greg Lindsay -
November 30, 2007
In our new AG series, freelancer Greg Lindsay discusses writing his first book. He's filing monthly dispatches detailing the struggles and successes of writing the first draft of Aerotropolis, due this spring. In this third installment, he attempts to return to work after his wedding interrupted his flow.
I haven't learned much since my last column, because I haven't been writing much, either. But I did do one extremely fun thing in that span that I hope I will never do again, especially while writing a book: get married.
And not only did I get married ...
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