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just so

1. in perfect order; neat and tidy.
2. Precisely right!; Quite right!
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β€œIt has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important.” ― Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Writing is a puzzle: the words are the pieces, and you must place them in the correct order to form the complete picture, or the story. There’s much that goes on behind the scenes that the reader is too often unaware of: research (or the lack), slant, haphazard exclamations. But it is precisely what is not seen that obscures the view.

It is essential to form stories through a relationship with the words themselves: how they fit, the structure, organization, hierarchy and the delicious mystery. It is only through the love of the sound of the individual word, through the comprehension of the space of the individual letter, that cohesion forms.

One should pay attention to absolutely everything, to avoid creating nothing.

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