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However, if you just cut and paste into your own blog or whatever and pass it off as your own then there's a very good chance I will find out. Don't fall into the trap of thinking the internet is so vast and expanding so fast (note the fancy internal rhyme)] that no one will know.
I wish you luck with your book. I haven’t got a Facebook account but I’ve given it a tweet.
Thank you. That is thoughtful – and very, very helpful.
Well done! Sounds like an excellent book. I will buy and promote.
Thank you Kath – much appreciated
Wow at last and the sun is shining x
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A glorious autumn day…oh, and the weather was quite nice too!
Great news. Will buy it instantly!!
Are they the best six words in the English language? Right now they are. Thank you Simone – know you’ve been a keen follower of my weekly creative writing exercises. Here’s a year’s worth (with time off for holidays).
Wow got it at last without a Kindle. Downloading the ‘free kindle’ app for a PC was for me a bit fiddly, I felt like a ‘bear of very little brain’ like Pooh but cracked it in the end.So if I can do it anyone can! Quick glance through and it’s brill, well done.oh and passed on to two writer’s groups. x
I am so impressed with your patience and the fact it paid off…thank you so much for passing the word on.
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