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Tenaya...;) Yes would love to, just send the email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wow, good luck! No, I haven't; I'll go check that website out. Thanks! I've been rewriting one of my novellas from two years ago, and it's been a tedious process, but very rewarding, as well.
That's awesome! :) Anything you plan to publish (or self-publish) in the future? I've been pretty busy, too. School. Tennis. Exams. AP this Thursday. And trying to write on the side... which, sadly, isn't working out too well. I wrote my NaNoWriMo in fall, and I'm pretty happy with it, but I've barely touched it since, something I hope to change once I have school work out of the way. I also did Script Frenzy this April, but it's only a spec script, so I can't really do anything with it. :/
Hi! Welcome to the Paging All Bookworms! reading challenge. Looking forward to discussing books with you.
Oh, hi! :) How have you been?
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