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Sunday, October 25, 2015


We Would Like to Hear From You: Success Stories and More

We would love to hear from our readers. We need some success stories for a newsletter that is hopefully coming out this week. What have you been up to this fall? It can be a contest win, a published book, a new blog, a writing goal you met--what success have you had since the kids went back to school? Please leave it in the comments below in 100 words or less. It would be helpful if you wrote it in this format:

Name is happy to announce: "NEWS and any links you want people to know about." 

NaNoWriMo is coming up, and we would like to hear your tips. Have you done it in the past? What worked for you? What didn't? We would also like to publish these in the newsletter with a link to your blog, website, or Amazon book, so please write your tip in the comment below, sign your name, and include a link.

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Blogger Patti Petrone said...

Patti Miller is pleased to announce that her book written with her co author husband, Andrew will be re released and become a television series titled ELLIOT THE MAGICAL PUPPY in 2017. A story about a magical puppy with opposable thumbs who is a therapy dog for an Autistic boy named Joseph.

12:07 PM  
Blogger Margo Dill said...

Thanks, Patti!

4:29 AM  
Blogger G Hesslau Magrady said...

Geralyn Hesslau Magrady is happy to announce her official website, G-Lines! While participating in the Writer’s Digest October Platform Challenge, she not only created a domain (http:/ for her blog and writing projects, but she stretched her wings and joined the social media frenzy with a writer’s Facebook page and Twitter and Google+ accounts. Of course, what’s the use of sites and pages without content to share? A new photo prompt poem, “Crossings,” and personal essay, “Do You Pray?” have been well-received and posted on the website.

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