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  1. Hubert


    Hope you well,

    I was recently introduced to your site and have become an avid reader as I feel your content is really great and I like the different topics and story’s you cover plus the style of writing within your site.

    I am contacting you to let you know that I am currently writing for the same industry that your blog focuses on and this is something that I am extremely passionate about, so I was hoping that there may be an opportunity for me to write an article for

    Let me know if you are interested, I already know your blogging style, plus I understand what your readers love… as I am one.


    Looking forward to work with you

  2. Sally

    Dear Editor,

    I would love to be a guest post contributor for your site. I have been an educator with Amridge University and love guiding students through their academic life.

    I have gone through the guidelines, and, my post would be about 1000 words, non-promotional and interesting.

    Here are a few ideas that crossed my mind while I was going through your website:

    1. How poetry can strengthen your writing craft
    2. Top piece of writing advice as an inspirational guide

    I am open to any other topic that you may have in mind:).

    I look forward to hear from you.

    Kind regards,

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  5. Starbuck

    What’s the revised ETA for the second series of virtual classroom videos that, months ago, were promised as “coming soon”?

  6. Don Erwin

    First heard you in Birmingham earlier this year. Read your books “Storyfix” and “101 Slightly Unpredictable…,” but “Story Engineering” has done it for me. Very cogent. Busy rewriting to attend the New York Pitch in December. Thanks for helping me understand what I have to do to be successful.

  7. Angela

    Hi Larry,

    I hope this message finds you well. I’m working on an important non-fiction book for which I’d like to draw lessons from the stories from my life experiences. I’m hoping you might have space in your service offerings to provide for guidance to pull off my masterpiece.

    My story is critical to the message and yet there are a few concerns/challenges I face such as 1) making it too much about me and not enough about the reader; 2) telling the story in a way that creates reader empathy; 3) structuring the story in a way that unfolds creatively and effectively while maintaining a structure that makes sense and aligns with the goals for the message of the book.

    I have read Story Engineering and have laid out an exciting and unique concept (unique to both non-fiction and fiction, actually), extensive map of first, second and third dimension character, outline, and have written a ton on many of the stories that are relevant to the message. Thus, I have a lot of material on paper.

    Please let me know if this sounds like something that might pique your interest enough to discuss further. I look forward to your thoughts.

    Angela Baumbach

    PS. I have sent the same message to Art. Perhaps this is a project you both might like to work on.

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