A lot of people who drive become tremendously interested in cars, buying car magazines, watching motoring programmes on television, and knowing all manner of things far in excess of what they actually need to know to get from one place to another. Obviously, people get interested in football, fishing, music, celebrities and a host of other subjects in a similar kind of way; they become self-appointed experts in their own fields of interest. If you think about it, you are going to spend a lot of your working life writing. If you teach, work in an office, work in industry or in the service or retail sector, you are nearly always going to have a pen in your hand or be working at a computer screen. And when you aren’t writing, you’ll be talking; there really is no escape from working with words.
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