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  1. I'll be looking forwards to seeing the newsletter. Hopefully, it will give you a bit more scope for personal comment and analysis of stories and themes.

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    1. Thank you very much. If you have any questions or suggestions please do not hesitate to reach out.

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  2. For some reason when I try to sign up nothing seems to happen. I would love to get on the list.

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    1. Would you mind sending me your email directly so that I can add you manually?

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  3. Just a note... A story you probably have heard of but I just heard it the other day... It reminded me of your blog...
    The Necklace....
    http://www.bartleby.com/195/20.html

    Thought you may enjoy...

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    1. Thank you. Oh yes, of course I've read it. A wonderful story. Guy de Maupassant was a master of such plots.

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    1. There should be a new one relatively soon. I've been slacking the last few weeks, sorry! I am happy to send you the ones that had been sent around before you signed up if you send me a direct message with your email.

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  5. Dear Camille, if you intend to publish your excellent novel "Her Most Remarkable Performance", please do it also on Smashwoods, one of the rarest publishers which offer the e-books in pdf format. My wole (very extensive) erotica collection is in pdf.
    Thank you!

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  6. Whatever happened to " Maid in China" ?

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  7. It is indeed a big sorrow that this excellent story seems to have lost all energy.
    Maybe the nerve of the plot simply emptied itself; what is not said sometimes pushes imagination with great power. The tale will remain a masterpiece.

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