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At 2:22pm on November 1, 2011, Nichole L. Reber said…

Hey there. I'm hoping to find some fellow nonfiction writers here on SheWrites, for critiquing and commiserating. I read a Suite101 article you wrote on the sexualization of girls. Tough stuff!

So if you're interested in critiquing, accept my "friend" request.

Meanwhile cheers and good luck switching back to journalism as a career. Your writing is good. Looks like you didn't miss a beat, even if you missed a few years at it.

At 6:35pm on April 4, 2011, Melissa Lynn Logan said…
Hi, Marjorie. I think it helps to be actively involved, but we're new, so it takes a little time to get acquainted with the format. I'm just starting to look into it.
At 12:59pm on March 14, 2011, Julia Barry said…
Hi Marjorie,

So glad you are here, and welcome to She Writes!

You can check out the Getting Started section to help you find your way around, or a great way to jump in is to get involved with our Groups.

Feel free to let me know if you have any questions!

Warm best,
Julia Barry
Social Community Manager @ She Writes

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