The Introduction Thread

New member introductions, suggestions for the Forums, questions about posting, and important announcements.

Bryanj62
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New Member

Post by Bryanj62 » April 13th, 2017, 8:35 pm

Hey Everyone,

Thought I'd stop by and say hi. I'm from Western Oregon. I was born and raised in Western Washington up near Canada. I've got a book near complete and three more in the works. Hope to hang out with all of you and learn as much as I can.


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Creative Thoughts
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New In Town

Post by Creative Thoughts » April 15th, 2017, 2:25 pm

Hello Everyone,

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We look forward to joining the conversation.

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EJ_Kingsley
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by EJ_Kingsley » May 4th, 2017, 12:49 pm

Hi i'm Erica Jo, been writing for 5 years on my YA WIP. My favourite books are the Wheel of time series by Robert Jordan and I love love The Wicked Lovely series by Melissa Marr.

prowriter6970
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by prowriter6970 » May 15th, 2017, 2:05 pm

Greetings, Greetings fellow writing confrere's...My name is Robin and I am gradually returning back to writing in which I love and do everyday. Whether it is through letter or on pieces of paper. My son has moved out and on and now I am cracking my knuckles and getting back to a schedule of writing and reading to help pursue my writing endeavor. I seek guidance and constructive criticism's which will help ameliorate my craft and help me ineluctably become a published author on the NYT List..I say Dream Big or don't Dream at ALL!!!!! I look forward too, EVERYTHING!!!

Lorie
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by Lorie » June 3rd, 2017, 2:08 pm

Hi everyone,
I came on board to post a page for critique but then thought perhaps, instead of diving in, I should get to know everyone first.

I have 2 books in the pipeline: one is the very difficult fantasy I have pursued for the past 4 years through myriad life changes - in 2014 I launched a major re-write of it (turned the book on its head, actually) and am about 3/4 of the way through. It is the hardest thing I have ever done and if it ever sees the light of day, I will be tickled to no end.

The second is a young adult novel, finished several years ago, pitched, rejected, and awaiting a small rewrite, after which I might try self-publishing it.

I wish all the writers here the best of luck, want to say thanks to Nathan for creating a forum for us, and look forward to interacting.
:P

hauntedsouls
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Re: The Introduction Thread

Post by hauntedsouls » June 28th, 2017, 3:54 pm

Hello:

I'm haunted souls and I'm from Toronto, Canada. I earn my living as a writer and instructional designer. I've been blessed to publish a few short stories, some poetry, and one MG novel in magical realism - The Bridge of Haunted Souls. I just completed my first literary novel entitled Prairie's Edge. Look forward to meeting people here.

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