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Old 01-03-2023, 10:30 AM   #7
Steve Rindsberg
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Sounds like one moderator's little power-trip of an empire. Ouch!

I just checked on Reddit; looks like there are quite a few subreddits devoted to writing. Just go to reddit.com and put writer in the search bar to find 'em. Forums (or as they're known there, subreddits) are all over the map. Some are hotbeds of assholery, some are quite cordial. Some are tightly focused on the subject at hand, others start out with a simple post and then the thread veers off into multiple weed-patches. I guess it's similar to an old rule of thumb on Compuserve: If a thread lasts more than a week, it'll devolve into a food thread. (Note: thread, not fight) But those can be fun, too.

OBTW, lovely job on Grace's book. It came just the other day. We have houseguests, so I haven't had time to do more than enjoy the cover and skim through it. But Grace is not only obviously smart but a lucky young lady. You done good, mister, real good. ;-)

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