My only advice seems somewhat cliche, but here it is: don't get hung up on finding a perfect verb or structuring a paragraph. Write whatever you have in your head, annotate it to remind yourself what you want to tweak, and move on. I know enough copywriters to know that they live and die by deadlines, and after you have something 90% done you have the rest of the time to tweak things and have friends proof-read it.
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Wendy began her publishing career at HarperCollins, where she worked with New York Times bestselling authors and debut novelists. In addition to being an editor, Wendy is the author of the novels The Art of Confidence (Kensington Books, 2016), Across a Green Ocean (Kensington Books, 2015), and Happy Family (Grove Atlantic, 2008). Happy Family was named one of the top 10 debut novels of the year by Booklist and awarded an honorable mention from the Association of Asian American Studies. She has received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony and the Corporation of Yaddo for her fiction. See Wendy’s full bio.