Serendipity at Seventy Plus
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Serendipity at Seventy Plus

by Roy J. Adams

I asked the prof if he thought I had any chance of becoming a successful writer. He hesitated and said, “It takes commitment and tremendous discipline. To become an excellent writer requires a long apprenticeship and there is no assurance of success” … I decided that the risk was too great and looked for alternatives that offered a surer payoff. Continue reading