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Folks,
Rather than hi-jacking another thread I decided to start a new one.

Assuming the Internet is the creche' for young writing talent, please post links to potential future talents and gentle suggestions how they might improve.

My first examples and one who has retired from the Internet to seek fame and fortune as a "real" writer.

http://www.madogre.com/News.html George Hill, published and has contracts for paper

http://www.nutnfancy.bigcartel.com/ mostly Youtube vids, but he is sponsored and has an unfortunately "wordy" style, needs an editor bigger than he is.

http://thelawdogfiles.blogspot.com/ The clown prince of law enforcement and history

http://www.corneredcat.com/ token female entry, also published I have been told.

http://www.theboxotruth.com/ an old curious retired fella from Texas

And I mourn the passing of the website of Kim duToit no longer available for public view. He has retired from the web to pursue profitable enterprise, good luck to the lad!

Geoff
Who got a good nights sleep, which is rare lately..must be football season again! GO BROWNS!
 

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+1 on Kim Du Toit. The man knew his stuff, and could really write. His essays were dead-on, his website was top-notch. Greatly missed, and I wish him well.
 

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spwenger said:
I'm not sure what the correct term is for the equivalent of a pun with spelling but, so far for this year, "amature" gets my vote. :lol:
I was thinking of the opening of "The Avengers, In Colour." Can I use the "English" spelling excuse.

Geoff
Who notes Dangerous Dan Quail spelling controversy.
 
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