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  1. ReeveRKldschurchorg says:

    I wish I had understood in my youth the notions of “The Journey” and the “science” behind the characters. I now look at life, books, movies, indead all stories with much more awareness and interest. Thanks for opening my eyes! Robert Reeve

  2. Hi Mr. Hickman,

    I really enjoyed tonights webinar. Great time and I learned alot.

    Just wanted to let you know that I tried to access the Forum for Nanowrimo, Operations Analysis link and it gave me a 404 warning saying the page was not available. I was going to post how to add Buddies on Nanowrimo, but here’s how it works:

    Adding buddies can be tricky! First, make sure that you are logged in to the site.

    Then use the search engine at the top.

    Type in the username of your friend, and their name should appear below. Click on their name, and you should be able to view their profile. Then, to the right of their username, there should be a link that says, “add as buddy.”

    Deleting buddies is just as easy. If you accidentally friended “Count Chocula” but you mean to friend “BooBerry” all you have to do is click on “My NaNoWriMo –> Writing Buddies”, click your accidental buddy’s profile, and then select the red text that reads “Remove Buddy” to the right of their username.

    I’ve added you as a Writing Buddy and you should see me in your Writing Buddies tab now. Just pass the above information along to the other folks that you want to be Cheering on during the month of November.

    I look forward to seeing how everyone does.

    Tim

  3. I was wondering when you are working with another writer, how exactly to you go about working together, how do you tackle each chapter? how do you adapt to each others writing style

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