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24 comments on “Sign up for my creative writing newsletter

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  14. james welsh
    March 3, 2015

    Ziltch. i havent finished writing my plays . books . poems ,songs . or my music compositions .

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  21. Micki Peluso
    November 27, 2017

    Bridget, I like your site and your choice of blog posts. Looking forward to your newsletter. (And I don’t say that often lol).

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  24. Angela Petch
    August 1, 2021

    I’s say a short story is a glimpse of life. And I like the stories to live on after, with me questioning or continuing to live in that imagined glimpse, written so well that it doesn’t seem imagined anymore. Thank you for your interesting blog. xx

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