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Tara Isabel Zambrano 23h
Humbled and honored to receive so many nominations this year, don't know if I'll be ever able to beat it. Thank you ๐Ÿ’š
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Your Writing Lady Nov 24
It is SO frustrating to have to search for someone's prices. ๐Ÿ˜ด I figured that I should pin this to my profile for easy reference! ๐Ÿ“Œ
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Bridgitte Rodguez Nov 25
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Donna Trovato โœ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ˜ Nov 25
Hereโ€™s a shout-out to the anthology editors for all their hard work! Vol. 1: Poetry & Nonfiction releases 12/8. Pre-order: Vol. 2: Fiction releases 12/15. Pre-order:
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Marta Bivand Erdal Nov 29
An inspiring part of review for journals is the chance to suggest alternative reviewers. Knowing studies well, the possibility to facilitate work to connect & confront perspectives is a meaningful small thing to do. A part of how review adds value.
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Kate Kovaleva Nov 27
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Miss Rankin 2R Nov 26
This morning we've been 'authors'. We've explored the world of editing too and are now writing up the first draft of our stories, whilst listening to 's nutcracker music at the children's request.
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Nick | Editor & Proofreader | ๐Ÿ“ Nov 23
Replying to @Vifialex @WritersSalon
๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ But remember, are for life, not just for Christmas ๐Ÿ˜‚
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Hakeem Sharjeel Riaz 45m
"I can't shake this feeling I've got. My dirty hands, have I been in the wars? The saddest thing that I'd ever seen; Were smokers outside the hospital doors.."
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Philadelphia Stories Nov 27
is next week on Dec. 5th! Bring 5 pages of your work and spend 15 minutes meeting with and of your choosing. More info and registration is on our website!
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Laura Cameron Nov 24
Replying to @lepoole
One of my most common mark-ups is to ask authors for their definition of "recent." You'd be amazed (ok, won't be) at the variations I get back: last week, three months ago, in 2019. Marginal note: "Then say as much."
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Pixl Media Agency Nov 27
Successful use these 15 tips to transform basic text into powerful stories (across all media) that persuade people to take action. What you waiting for?! via
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D.Q. Clarke Nov 23
Double rainbow = double promise (and thus, double fulfillment)?? Yes, please! ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ๐ŸŒˆ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Amanda JarosChampion 16h
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Carmen Baca Nov 25
I have been blessed with & who like my . My and fellow add to my daily . My efforts to make my heard to inform, educate, and entertain readers about my means everything to me.
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WhileMakingArt Nov 23
Dictionary-making as a higher calling. The Great Passage (Japanese animated series), for and lovers of
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Beth Demmon (like โ€œLemonโ€ not โ€œDemonโ€) Nov 29
: I used to do a Drinks column for that was, frankly, p dope. Any takers on the concept? ๐Ÿ”ฎ Would love to relaunch it for 2021!
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EPA_KS1 Nov 26
This afternoon Year 2 are learning how to use iMovie and green screens in preparation for our history work tomorrow.
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Tiffany Yates Martin Nov 24
I'm so excited about this event! Five top offer their best tips and tools for your , and answer your questions live.
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Dr Pankaj K Garg Nov 22
My experience with academic publication is going from bad to worse. Majority of the editorial board members just act as postal carriers between authors and reviewers. I understand that they're overburdened. But, they have chosen their jobs
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