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Will I Ever Get it Right?

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I have not attempted an Author newsletter myself but am pleased to be included in this Lucinda E Clarke’s forthcoming one. I have a story set near the place featured in the photograph above.

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So, newsletters are all the rage, so cleverclogs here thinks she will start one. What a good way to promote other writers and also share news and views.

To be honest, I’d not checked any others out, but I got so carried away with issue one that I was even more enthusiastic with number two. Now it’s not a newsletter any more, it’s more like a magazine. I think it will be easier to navigate once I have discovered how to set up a landing page, and pepper it with lots of links, but in the meantime I guess readers can just scroll down and peruse whatever takes their fancy.

So, how did it get to be so large? Firstly in February’s edition I am featuring these authors. Know who they are?

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Two other authors, whose pics I’m not going to post, plus a reader

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And do you know where…

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