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Interested in new poems? www.shadowpoetry.com / SP Shopping is now featuring my poetry chapbook TIMELESS WITHOUT TIME. Greetings from Germany Timothy McNeal T.mcNeal@gmx.de

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Interested in articles on writing? Our article "The Art of Profanity" is in the Sept/Oct 2002 issue of The Writer's Journal. Linda Adams Emory Hackman

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I am interested in writing an anthology but i have no clue on where to start. Could someone help me please?

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Dear Sept 12th poster. I suggest getting started by attempting to get published in an anthology that someone else is putting togeter. There are many anthology markets listed in the Writers Wanted articles posted at least monthly. Check out the home page, and the Writers Wanted link to the left. You are sure to find a market that you would be interested in writing for. Good luck! Best Wishes, Amy

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Attention Science Fiction and Fantasy authors! Echelon Press is compiling an anthology of fun, witty, short speculative fiction! The book will have a simultaneous release in trade paperback and PDF e-book sometime in mid-2003, and it will feature ten to fifteen humorous short stories. The anthology won't get a title until the stories are chosen for inclusion, so for now, the project will be referred to loosely as Wyrd Wravings. Submissions will be accepted through midnight of October 15, 2002. Submissions should be 4,000-12,000 words in length, previously unpublished, and may be submitted electronically. Shorter or longer works WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. More info at http://www.echelonpress.com/wyrdwravings/

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20 Sep 2002
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Life coach and author Monique Rider has been invited by Barnes & Noble Booksellers to facilitate a group coaching event called Self Care for Parents of Adolescents. This free event is based on Monique's contribution to the book Ophelia's Mom and will take place at B & N in Grand Rapids, Michigan October 22 at 7 p.m. This invitation has dove-tailed into a teleclass that will be held on October 28 at 8 p.m. called Tools To Survive Transition: For Those Struggling with Change. For more information visit Monique's web site at: www.personaljoy.com or click directly on the Events link at: http://www.personaljoy.com/Events.html

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hi my name is Steve J. PiercE i've won four poetry contests on poetry.com and they keep publishing my work wich i enjoy but they're making money off my work and i'm not, now i want to put out my own book of poetry, and i could do this very cheap but i need a partner, please e-mail me for more info at true_player19992001@yahoo.com i hope to hear from you

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22 Sep 2002
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hi my name is Steve J. PiercE i've won four poetry contests on poetry.com and they keep publishing my work wich i enjoy but they're making money off my work and i'm not, now i want to put out my own book of poetry, and i could do this very cheap but i need a partner, please e-mail me for more info at true_pimp19992001@yahoo.com i hope to hear from you

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30 Sep 2002
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I'm interested in syndicating (either myself or through an agent) a Christian column using either a Biblical character or original character to deal with various issues and situations in a short story format. I wrote a similar weekly column for about two years for the daily newspaper I write for. I also wrote a similar column under a different name for a monthly Christian newspaper for a few months. I'm interested in sydnicating the column on a national/international basis. I've worked at a small-town daily newspaper for more than 14 years. I also preach and do puppet ministries and seminars in churches. I would like contact with agents or tips on how to go about syndicating such a column.

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03 Oct 2002
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To person seeking syndication: www.WritersWeekly.com sells a HOW TO BE A SYNDICATED NEWSPAPER COLUMNIST Complete self-syndication kit They published a unsolicited success story last week in their newsletter. It might be just what you are looking for. Good luck and let us know how you do. Amy

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11 Oct 2002
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Hi Everyone, I just discovered this web site and have to say it's really awesome! I've written two non-fiction books, both automotive titles, and just signed a contract with my publisher for a third. I've recently begun to branch out into freelance editing (I have been a freelance writer for several years and am currently employed as a magazine editor) by placing ads in a couple of the major writing magazines. Can any of you suggest other avenues for pitching my editing services? Online? Other print publications? I'm just not sure how to proceed, and I want to be careful about expenses. Contact me directly at Rare440@aol.com if you have any suggestions. I'd also like to hear from other freelancers who write for business trade publications to discuss the current market.

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14 Oct 2002
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To Steve Piere: You might want to check out this link on Poetry.com. http://www.sfwa.org/beware/contests.html They're listed under Writer Beware.

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21 Oct 2002
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Call for literary submissions The Summerset Review is currently seeking submissions of literary fiction and essays. See www.summersetreview.org for guidelines.

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21 Oct 2002
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Looking for stories from women of the 60's and how their lives have been changed and enriched by their adult sons. Essays of 250-500 words to be included in a collection of approximately 30 stories. Upon publication an honorarium of $25 to be paid and a copy of the book. For more info, email moreinfo@workyourlife.com Thank-you Debra

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22 Oct 2002
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Call for submissions! - Scheherazade Tales Romance E-Novels is seeking novel-length manuscripts in all genres of romance. Break the rules, push the envelope, forget the formula! We are looking for scintillating, exciting, never-a-dull-moment tales of romantic adventure. See the website for guidelines http://scheherazadetales.com but there's only one real requirement - ROMANCE! Groundbreaking e-publisher offering ebooks for only $2.00 each. Generous author royalties. Novel-length romance only, please. contact editor@scheherazadetales.com

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26 Oct 2002
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Call for Submissions: Have you ever written or received a thank you letter that has special meaning to you or the recipient? Tiger in the Tulips seeks your stories of 600 words or less. Submit to graysfl@aol.com with the word "submission" in the subject line. Accepted pieces will be paid $10 upon publication.

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03 Nov 2002
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Everyone has a breakup story. Do you? Is it mortifying, interesting, funny, inspiring? If so, I want to hear from you! I’m looking for the following types of stories for an anthology I hope to get published in the near future: · Specific breakup stories that amuse, enlighten, or at least taught you something meaningful. · General reflections on how breaking up propels/propelled you forward on your life’s journey/personal path. · How you realized it was time to breakup. · The BIG BREAKUP and what you’ve learned from that experience. · Getting dumped and how you recover(ed). · What you do or have done to heal after a breakup. For more info, email ShareMyStory@Yahoo.com

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04 Nov 2002
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Remote infiutce on people. Inspiring on the distance. Calculation of secrets of Your rivals. Detaled consultations does not give. Nonaccount. Contractual base. www.wiziard.narod.ru axmar@rambler.ru solomat@bigpi.biysk.ru

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05 Nov 2002
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For poetry lovers. Moorilla Mosaic: An Anthology of Contemporary Tasmanian Writing (containing poetry and short stories) recently received a favourable review from Compulsive Reader: http://www.compulsivereader.com/html/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=344 If it's convinced you that it would be a good read, you can get a copy from Post Pressed: http://www.postpressed.com.au/index.html?verse/moorilla.html Cheers, Ivy Alvarez

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08 Nov 2002
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Hello, I am a young writer who would like to enter contests so that my writing would be noticed. If anyone knows of any contests i could enter please email me at allscott_666@Hotmail.com. That would be really kind of you!! Thankyou

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11 Nov 2002
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Hello, I would like you to consider a book that I have written. It is called - God Exists: An Engineer Explains Why. There are 16 chapters and it is approximately 70,000 words in length. It is written from a somewhat different perspective and tries from a logical and scientific viewpoint to help readers come to believe in the existence of God. It looks at various sciences such as mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics and even a little astronomy. A contentious chapter also discusses the theory of evolution. For interest, the book uses a combination of the writer's personal experiences as well as expressing technical viewpoints. The writer hopes to bring those in doubt to believe in God and those that already believe to help strengthen their faith. The book may be examined by going to the website and using the following link: http://www.mts.net/~pekored Yours truly, Peter Soszek

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13 Nov 2002
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Wanted: Volunteer writers to create Editorials/Commentaries on current events in the Middle East. Will publish worthwhile articles at http://newsthoughts.com send inquiries to news1@newsthoughts.com

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18 Nov 2002
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Writer and life coach Monique Rider has had an article published in Consulting Today magazine, a publication for coaches, consultants and freelancers. Her article, Marketing From the Heart, focuses on how to market your business without making it a chore. For a free PDF version of the article email Monique at Monique_Rider@msn.com.

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20 Nov 2002
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Book reviews by Pamela James and Simona Nielsen Do you have a published you want to have reviewed? The Writer’s Room is reviewing books in fiction and non-fiction and we especially seeks self-help books, books on writing, business related books, romance and mystery/suspense, historical novels, women’s issues (both fiction and non-fiction) and children’s books. If you’re interested in a review, you’ll be interviewed as well. Mental health related books will be published in Simona Nielsen’s Mental health e-zine as well as The Writer’s Room. All books will be featured/promoted from our website and in our newsletter. Query us and tell us about your book(s). Fiction – mail to: pjames25us@yahoo.com Non-fiction – mail to: simonanielsen@get2net.dk Best regards, Simona Nielsen Freelance writer - publisher/editor http://writersroom.tripod.com/index.htm

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27 Nov 2002
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The work of some of the best writers on the subject of flagellation can be seen at: http://www.network54.com/Forum/198833

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28 Nov 2002
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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: RITRO.com, a volunteer based writing community is now accepting theme related submissions for January and on. We accept poetry and articles in various departments. See submission and theme guidelines for details. Also featured are message boards, chats, polls, online diaries and more! Share Real Insight Through Raw Opinion today!

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29 Nov 2002
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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: RITRO.com, a volunteer based writing community is now accepting theme related submissions for January and on. We accept poetry and articles in various departments. See submission and theme guidelines for details. Also featured are message boards, chats, polls, online diaries and more! Share Real Insight Through Raw Opinion today! Form Results Inserted Here

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29 Nov 2002
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Book reviews by Pamela James and Simona Nielsen Do you have a published you want to have reviewed? The Writer’s Room is reviewing books in fiction and non-fiction and we especially seeks self-help books, books on writing, business related books, romance and mystery/suspense, historical novels, women’s issues (both fiction and non-fiction) and children’s books. If you’re interested in a review, you’ll be interviewed as well. Mental health related books will be published in Simona Nielsen’s Mental health e-zine as well as The Writer’s Room. All books will be featured/promoted from our website and in our newsletter. Query us and tell us about your book(s). Fiction – mail to: pjames25us@yahoo.com Non-fiction – mail to: simonanielsen@get2net.dk Best regards, Simona Nielsen Freelance writer - publisher/editor http://writersroom.tripod.com/index.htm Date: 27 Nov 2002 Time: 15:47:08 Remote User:

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29 Nov 2002
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Hi Everyone, I just discovered this web site and have to say it's really awesome! I've written two non-fiction books, both automotive titles, and just signed a contract with my publisher for a third. I've recently begun to branch out into freelance editing (I have been a freelance writer for several years and am currently employed as a magazine editor) by placing ads in a couple of the major writing magazines. Can any of you suggest other avenues for pitching my editing services? Online? Other print publications? I'm just not sure how to proceed, and I want to be careful about expenses. Contact me directly at Rare440@aol.com if you have any suggestions. I'd also like to hear from other freelancers who write for business trade publications to discuss the current market. Date: 14 Oct 2002 Time:

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29 Nov 2002
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Comments Wanted: Volunteer writers to create Editorials/Commentaries on current events in the Middle East. Will publish worthwhile articles at http://newsthoughts.com send inquiries to news1@newsthoughts.com Date: 18 Nov 2002 Time: 11:16:21 Remote User

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29 Nov 2002
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Comments Everyone has a breakup story. Do you? Is it mortifying, interesting, funny, inspiring? If so, I want to hear from you! I’m looking for the following types of stories for an anthology I hope to get published in the near future: · Specific breakup stories that amuse, enlighten, or at least taught you something meaningful. · General reflections on how breaking up propels/propelled you forward on your life’s journey/personal path. · How you realized it was time to breakup. · The BIG BREAKUP and what you’ve learned from that experience. · Getting dumped and how you recover(ed). · What you do or have done to heal after a breakup. For more info, email ShareMyStory@Yahoo.com Date: 04 Nov 2002 Time: 06:23:00 Remote User:

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29 Nov 2002
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Comments Everyone has a breakup story. Do you? Is it mortifying, interesting, funny, inspiring? If so, I want to hear from you! I’m looking for the following types of stories for an anthology I hope to get published in the near future: · Specific breakup stories that amuse, enlighten, or at least taught you something meaningful. · General reflections on how breaking up propels/propelled you forward on your life’s journey/personal path. · How you realized it was time to breakup. · The BIG BREAKUP and what you’ve learned from that experience. · Getting dumped and how you recover(ed). · What you do or have done to heal after a breakup. For more info, email ShareMyStory@Yahoo.com Date: 04 Nov 2002 Time: 06:23:00 Remote User:

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Date: 31 Jul 2002 Time: 11:21:04 Remote User: Comments Date: 31 Jul 2002 Time: 11:21:49 Remote User: Comments Watch for new Markets to be posted this week. Date: 31 Jul 2002 Time: 21:17:13 Remote User: Comments A great resource for writers: http://www.redpencil.net Date: 03 Aug 2002 Time: 03:07:28 Remote User: Comments Interested in new poems? www.shadowpoetry.com / SP Shopping is now featuring my poetry chapbook TIMELESS WITHOUT TIME. Greetings from Germany Timothy McNeal T.mcNeal@gmx.de Date: 23 Aug 2002 Time: 14:10:31 Remote User: Comments Interested in articles on writing? Our article "The Art of Profanity" is in the Sept/Oct 2002 issue of The Writer's Journal. Linda Adams Emory Hackman Date: 12 Sep 2002 Time: 10:50:56 Remote User: Comments I am interested in writing an anthology but i have no clue on where to start. Could someone help me please? Date: 13 Sep 2002 Time: 01:46:59 Remote User: Comments Dear Sept 12th poster. I suggest getting started by attempting to get published in an anthology that someone else is putting togeter. There are many anthology markets listed in the Writers Wanted articles posted at least monthly. Check out the home page, and the Writers Wanted link to the left. You are sure to find a market that you would be interested in writing for. Good luck! Best Wishes, Amy Date: 16 Sep 2002 Time: 10:48:02 Remote User: Comments Attention Science Fiction and Fantasy authors! Echelon Press is compiling an anthology of fun, witty, short speculative fiction! The book will have a simultaneous release in trade paperback and PDF e-book sometime in mid-2003, and it will feature ten to fifteen humorous short stories. The anthology won't get a title until the stories are chosen for inclusion, so for now, the project will be referred to loosely as Wyrd Wravings. Submissions will be accepted through midnight of October 15, 2002. Submissions should be 4,000-12,000 words in length, previously unpublished, and may be submitted electronically. Shorter or longer works WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. More info at http://www.echelonpress.com/wyrdwravings/ Date: 20 Sep 2002 Time: 12:38:40 Remote User: Comments Life coach and author Monique Rider has been invited by Barnes & Noble Booksellers to facilitate a group coaching event called Self Care for Parents of Adolescents. This free event is based on Monique's contribution to the book Ophelia's Mom and will take place at B & N in Grand Rapids, Michigan October 22 at 7 p.m. This invitation has dove-tailed into a teleclass that will be held on October 28 at 8 p.m. called Tools To Survive Transition: For Those Struggling with Change. For more information visit Monique's web site at: www.personaljoy.com or click directly on the Events link at: http://www.personaljoy.com/Events.html Date: 22 Sep 2002 Time: 18:31:10 Remote User: Comments hi my name is Steve J. PiercE i've won four poetry contests on poetry.com and they keep publishing my work wich i enjoy but they're making money off my work and i'm not, now i want to put out my own book of poetry, and i could do this very cheap but i need a partner, please e-mail me for more info at true_player19992001@yahoo.com i hope to hear from you Date: 22 Sep 2002 Time: 18:31:33 Remote User: Comments hi my name is Steve J. PiercE i've won four poetry contests on poetry.com and they keep publishing my work wich i enjoy but they're making money off my work and i'm not, now i want to put out my own book of poetry, and i could do this very cheap but i need a partner, please e-mail me for more info at true_pimp19992001@yahoo.com i hope to hear from you Date: 30 Sep 2002 Time: 06:57:35 Remote User: Comments I'm interested in syndicating (either myself or through an agent) a Christian column using either a Biblical character or original character to deal with various issues and situations in a short story format. I wrote a similar weekly column for about two years for the daily newspaper I write for. I also wrote a similar column under a different name for a monthly Christian newspaper for a few months. I'm interested in sydnicating the column on a national/international basis. I've worked at a small-town daily newspaper for more than 14 years. I also preach and do puppet ministries and seminars in churches. I would like contact with agents or tips on how to go about syndicating such a column. Date: 03 Oct 2002 Time: 11:49:55 Remote User: Comments To person seeking syndication: www.WritersWeekly.com sells a HOW TO BE A SYNDICATED NEWSPAPER COLUMNIST Complete self-syndication kit They published a unsolicited success story last week in their newsletter. It might be just what you are looking for. Good luck and let us know how you do. Amy Date: 11 Oct 2002 Time: 09:10:32 Remote User: Comments Hi Everyone, I just discovered this web site and have to say it's really awesome! I've written two non-fiction books, both automotive titles, and just signed a contract with my publisher for a third. I've recently begun to branch out into freelance editing (I have been a freelance writer for several years and am currently employed as a magazine editor) by placing ads in a couple of the major writing magazines. Can any of you suggest other avenues for pitching my editing services? Online? Other print publications? I'm just not sure how to proceed, and I want to be careful about expenses. Contact me directly at Rare440@aol.com if you have any suggestions. I'd also like to hear from other freelancers who write for business trade publications to discuss the current market. Date: 14 Oct 2002 Time: 08:41:12 Remote User: Comments To Steve Piere: You might want to check out this link on Poetry.com. http://www.sfwa.org/beware/contests.html They're listed under Writer Beware. Date: 21 Oct 2002 Time: 20:15:53 Remote User: Comments Call for literary submissions The Summerset Review is currently seeking submissions of literary fiction and essays. See www.summersetreview.org for guidelines. Date: 21 Oct 2002 Time: 20:45:46 Remote User: Comments Looking for stories from women of the 60's and how their lives have been changed and enriched by their adult sons. Essays of 250-500 words to be included in a collection of approximately 30 stories. Upon publication an honorarium of $25 to be paid and a copy of the book. For more info, email moreinfo@workyourlife.com Thank-you Debra Date: 22 Oct 2002 Time: 06:19:53 Remote User: Comments Call for submissions! - Scheherazade Tales Romance E-Novels is seeking novel-length manuscripts in all genres of romance. Break the rules, push the envelope, forget the formula! We are looking for scintillating, exciting, never-a-dull-moment tales of romantic adventure. See the website for guidelines http://scheherazadetales.com but there's only one real requirement - ROMANCE! Groundbreaking e-publisher offering ebooks for only $2.00 each. Generous author royalties. Novel-length romance only, please. contact editor@scheherazadetales.com Date: 26 Oct 2002 Time: 23:15:14 Remote User: Comments Call for Submissions: Have you ever written or received a thank you letter that has special meaning to you or the recipient? Tiger in the Tulips seeks your stories of 600 words or less. Submit to graysfl@aol.com with the word "submission" in the subject line. Accepted pieces will be paid $10 upon publication. Date: 03 Nov 2002 Time: 16:54:57 Remote User: Comments Everyone has a breakup story. Do you? Is it mortifying, interesting, funny, inspiring? If so, I want to hear from you! I’m looking for the following types of stories for an anthology I hope to get published in the near future: · Specific breakup stories that amuse, enlighten, or at least taught you something meaningful. · General reflections on how breaking up propels/propelled you forward on your life’s journey/personal path. · How you realized it was time to breakup. · The BIG BREAKUP and what you’ve learned from that experience. · Getting dumped and how you recover(ed). · What you do or have done to heal after a breakup. For more info, email ShareMyStory@Yahoo.com Date: 04 Nov 2002 Time: 06:23:00 Remote User: Comments Remote infiutce on people. Inspiring on the distance. Calculation of secrets of Your rivals. Detaled consultations does not give. Nonaccount. Contractual base. www.wiziard.narod.ru axmar@rambler.ru solomat@bigpi.biysk.ru Date: 05 Nov 2002 Time: 13:32:40 Remote User: Comments For poetry lovers. Moorilla Mosaic: An Anthology of Contemporary Tasmanian Writing (containing poetry and short stories) recently received a favourable review from Compulsive Reader: http://www.compulsivereader.com/html/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=344 If it's convinced you that it would be a good read, you can get a copy from Post Pressed: http://www.postpressed.com.au/index.html?verse/moorilla.html Cheers, Ivy Alvarez Date: 08 Nov 2002 Time: 23:35:10 Remote User: Comments Hello, I am a young writer who would like to enter contests so that my writing would be noticed. If anyone knows of any contests i could enter please email me at allscott_666@Hotmail.com. That would be really kind of you!! Thankyou Date: 11 Nov 2002 Time: 17:47:14 Remote User: Comments Hello, I would like you to consider a book that I have written. It is called - God Exists: An Engineer Explains Why. There are 16 chapters and it is approximately 70,000 words in length. It is written from a somewhat different perspective and tries from a logical and scientific viewpoint to help readers come to believe in the existence of God. It looks at various sciences such as mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics and even a little astronomy. A contentious chapter also discusses the theory of evolution. For interest, the book uses a combination of the writer's personal experiences as well as expressing technical viewpoints. The writer hopes to bring those in doubt to believe in God and those that already believe to help strengthen their faith. The book may be examined by going to the website and using the following link: http://www.mts.net/~pekored Yours truly, Peter Soszek Date: 13 Nov 2002 Time: 19:08:17 Remote User: Comments Wanted: Volunteer writers to create Editorials/Commentaries on current events in the Middle East. Will publish worthwhile articles at http://newsthoughts.com send inquiries to news1@newsthoughts.com Date: 18 Nov 2002 Time: 11:16:21 Remote User: Comments Writer and life coach Monique Rider has had an article published in Consulting Today magazine, a publication for coaches, consultants and freelancers. Her article, Marketing From the Heart, focuses on how to market your business without making it a chore. For a free PDF version of the article email Monique at Monique_Rider@msn.com. Date: 20 Nov 2002 Time: 03:53:35 Remote User: Comments Book reviews by Pamela James and Simona Nielsen Do you have a published you want to have reviewed? The Writer’s Room is reviewing books in fiction and non-fiction and we especially seeks self-help books, books on writing, business related books, romance and mystery/suspense, historical novels, women’s issues (both fiction and non-fiction) and children’s books. If you’re interested in a review, you’ll be interviewed as well. Mental health related books will be published in Simona Nielsen’s Mental health e-zine as well as The Writer’s Room. All books will be featured/promoted from our website and in our newsletter. Query us and tell us about your book(s). Fiction – mail to: pjames25us@yahoo.com Non-fiction – mail to: simonanielsen@get2net.dk Best regards, Simona Nielsen Freelance writer - publisher/editor http://writersroom.tripod.com/index.htm Date: 27 Nov 2002 Time: 15:47:08 Remote User: Comments The work of some of the best writers on the subject of flagellation can be seen at: http://www.network54.com/Forum/198833 Date: 28 Nov 2002 Time: 00:23:47 Remote User: Comments CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: RITRO.com, a volunteer based writing community is now accepting theme related submissions for January and on. We accept poetry and articles in various departments. See submission and theme guidelines for details. Also featured are message boards, chats, polls, online diaries and more! Share Real Insight Through Raw Opinion today! Form Results Inserted Here

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30 Nov 2002
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Hi Everyone, I just discovered this web site and have to say it's really awesome! I've written two non-fiction books, both automotive titles, and just signed a contract with my publisher for a third. I've recently begun to branch out into freelance editing (I have been a freelance writer for several years and am currently employed as a magazine editor) by placing ads in a couple of the major writing magazines. Can any of you suggest other avenues for pitching my editing services? Online? Other print publications? I'm just not sure how to proceed, and I want to be careful about expenses. Contact me directly at Rare440@aol.com if you have any suggestions. I'd also like to hear from other freelancers who write for business trade publications to discuss the current market. Date: 14 Oct 2002

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A great resource for writers: http://www.redpencil.net Date: 03 Aug 2002

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Glimpses From The Edge Captures Life In New Jersey -- NRW, 06:05:34 10/31/02 Thu National Reader Weekly - Oct.30, 2002 GLIMPSES FROM THE EDGE, A MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE If one could dig up a time capsule in what were the suburbs of Newark a hundred years from now, they would most likely find a copy of Glimpses From The Edge by Dan Bruder. This book is a collection of his memoirs gathered from a wide range of experiences over the last half of a century growing up and living in Northern New Jersey. If the book was an attempt to chronicle the times, it would have failed, but the fact that it is one man's honest recollection of his little slice of a time gone by makes it personal and believable. He drags the reader through his high school life during the Vietnam Conflict, which includes his self-indulgances, attempt at stardom and his employment calamities. Even though the motive is to tell his tale, he inadvertently paints a vivid picture of the era. As he ages, and attempts to mature, he is faced with issues of parenting, marriage, illness and financial challenges. As he put it, "To those of us who lived through those times it is memories and to those who are younger it is important history." Uncork this bottle and see what flows out, it is worth it.

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09 Dec 2002
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Has anyone else here read this book I just finished The Jazz & The Blues by G. Arthur Woods its a novel Its got it all, roadtripping, backalley jazz and blues clubs, ...transvestites???  (Smile) ANYWAY: Can we post a link here? Rather them me rambling on about it there are write ups and reviews at WWW.ReadersNet.Net Transvestites...??? : )

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14 Dec 2002
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Great new book! www.themonarchbutterfly.com