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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...require any sensitive and personal information from our customers, there is no chance that your information will be hacked or used for any other activity. However, here are some poin...
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  • Started by Jenny Steffan
    ...using a fake ID could lead you to corresponding penalties and even can place you in jail if you are unlucky. Thus, if you engage in this kind of activity, make sure that you are safe...
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  • By B
    ...ther people are having the same questions and problems though. I noticed that even though new groups were being made, there wasn't a whole lot of activity in them, and with the long ga...

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  • Donna M. Kshir posted a status
    ...Ruhl. Maureen is a survivor, a dedicated mother, wife, grandmother, child advocate and public speaker. She is the author of 'Frozen Tears' -- an activity book intended to be used as a...
  • Serra Zander posted a status
    Wow, this place has changed a lot in five years, but it's still slow. Most group activity seems to have been back in late 2017.
  • Mag Dimond posted a status
    I am inspired by all those who dedicate their minds and hearts to writing, which is not a painless activity, as we all know. I am especially happy to join a network of like minded wom...

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  • Hi Amber, Kristin Bustamante recently published a great post on that subject: http://www.shewrites.com/profiles/blogs/how-to-find-a-book-editor?xg_source=activity
  • Oh do I know how you felt. I too felt prepared for my first pitch. One literary agent and two editors held court in a small activity room at the conference. Within the first sentence--...
  • Wow, thank you to those who responded. I posted this on June 17th and no one said a thing. I'm curious what would cause a flurry of activity? What made you notice the post Debra A Johnson, Lea Galanter, Karen Szklany, Patricia Robertson, Yvonne M. Conde, Jenni Ogden and Crystal Mary Lindsey?