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From: "Kim Schaefer" <kimberly -dot- schaefer -at- contemptech -dot- com>
> The GM here has a book idea (self-help, motivational stuff), he would like
> to find a writer to help him. He has an outline, and is very enthusiastic
> about getting his ideas on paper.
> He asked me to help him in his endeavor. Any experienced writers out there
> who would be willing to talk to him about the process? Please respond to
> off-list, as this isn't strictly a technical writing request.
Mail to you is being returned because "No mailbox here by that name.
(#5.1.1)". I'm interested in talking with your GM.
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