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Saturday, February 18, 2006

New Free E-book for Writers

Hi gang,

I just wanted you to know that my writing group and I have put the final touches on our first publishing venture called "A Funny Thing Happened...On the Way to Getting Published."

It's a collaberated effort of thirteen of the members of The Writer's Life, an online Yahoo! group that was founded in 2001. This is the first e-book in the line of many more e-books we have planned in the upcoming year.

And it's absolutley FREE!

If you want to find out how you can get your free e-book, click here.

Please fill out the form when you get there to support your fellow hen litter, okay?


posted by Dorothy Thompson @ Saturday, February 18, 2006


  1. At Sunday, February 19, 2006, Blogger Lynn said…

    How can I become a member of The Writer's Life?

    I did order your e-book.



  2. At Sunday, February 19, 2006, Blogger Dorothy said…

    Lynn, thanks!!! All you have to do is go back to the page at this link and look in the top right hand side and there's a link to join the group. If you can't find it, post again here and your message will automatically come here. Or heck, send me your email address and I'll hook ya up. ;o)


  3. At Tuesday, April 11, 2006, Blogger Michael Manning said…

    Teri: Kat Magendie and I should exchange ideas with you on publishing. I'm Linking you also, Okay?


  4. At Friday, May 19, 2006, Blogger F Train 2 Brooklyn said…

    Publishing - it ain't easy. Not for the writers and not for the poor underappreciated editors (such as myself). But press on, soon-to-be-published writers. You're the future. Right?


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