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Diana Bletter

This is so empowering! I just posted the same idea in my latest writing contest on writing our best chapter with our lives. As I wrote, "Life Is Not A Test. You will not be graded. You will always be applauded. (If you at least try.)" That's stepping out and bravely writing our stories.
Thanks.
Diana Bletter
www.thebestchapter.com

Rossana D'Antonio

This couldn't come at a better time. Glad your comment section is up and running. Wanted to share that i am venturing into the agent seeking phase! Thanks again for all your support!

Nancy Grillo

Amen to the voice in the head that says "Who Cares?"! I always read the reviews on Amazon of various memoirs and amazed at the range of comments. Thanks once again for the timely reminder.

Barbara

Diana, Rossana and Nancy - How good to be getting comments again! Thank you!

John Wilfred Guiriba

This gave me an idea and you were right that who cares if you write,right?i am also making novels but nit yet finished and i planned to submit it someday.check my website!

Julian

Love this really fun idea, danlrig!What a fabulous post idea girl!This is a lot of fun!xoxox,CCP.S. Glad you received the book dear!

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