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Well this was tip #5 from a recent Writer's Digest email I received about polishing your writing:

Limit your use of possibly offensive language.
Reasons exist for characters to swear. But remember that, nowadays, most books are bought by women and many women don''t like swearing for swearing''s sake (even in gritty or naturalistic novels).


Really? Am I truly reading this in 2010?
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