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Angela Gillaspie, who owns Southern Angel, says she fashioned her list for a very austere reason. "I on track the list since there were so many folks that required to read my writing, and I had a hard time detection everyone's addresses. "

Gillaspie's list, which is a newsletter-type list where only she can post messages, was officially launched on March 24 and at this time has 40 subscribers, most of whom connected after in receipt of an call from her. "I hope this list would make my subscribers smile and *think*," she says. "I'm not annoying to make money, I just want others to enjoy life. Assembly some one laugh is about a dutiful experience, in my opinion!" The main thing that Gillaspie gets from the come into contact with of being a list owner is "very advantageous feedback," she says. "My list is at present humor-oriented.

Recently, on a whim, I sent out an motivating story and directly lost one subscriber. She claimed my stories were too long. As a matter of fact that detail condition was 1200 words, but the story right ahead of that was a mere 320 words. . . . so I certainly amazement if her true analyze for exit was for the reason that I used the word "Jesus" in my article. This prompted me to conduct a poll to see if my readers want inspiration *and* humor. So far, the adult years wants both -- but, I may coin a break away list for the inspirational-type stories. " Gillaspie, who is a work-at-home programmer/analyst, irregular writer, and "proud Southern Momma," formed her list with the hope that her "readers will get a "lift to their day, a grin, and maybe even a big belly laugh calculating that there is a astonishing woman alive in Alabama that experiences the same spilt milk, bad hair cuts, worms in the fridge, and absent toilet paper that they do. "

"I on track The-Ethereal-Pen as a way to build a bit of convergence in the sci-fi/fantasy world that women seem to be over-looked in," says Victoria, who runs a few group lists online. "I, myself, am a writer, and I know that exposure for stories is every so often very hard to get. I set this group up as a way for female writers to get opinions and ideas about their on-going works, as well as possiblly being paid editors and publishers to come and post a barely bit about submission rations and how to acquaint with their works to publishers. "

Victoria also owns Where-Is-Love, which she produced "because, well, it was a rant. I got tired of since women being bits and pieces for sexual abuse and torture," Victoria says. "I found it hard to have faith in that these sexual fantasies were painstaking all there was in the world of Erotica, and so, I formed Where-Is-Love as a means for women to definite passion, love and sex, in a very assured light with no vicutums and no violence. They are free to post stories, poems, ideas opinion or doesn't matter what is on their mind, whether on-topic or not. The basic idea was to get over the reserve and down to the real heart of love. "

"Then, I categorical to make it a e-group as well, to auxiliary the atmosphere of commune among the web-sites," she added. She says she gets a lot out of her come into contact with as a list owner. "I know this sounds hokey, but I certainly do get alot of satisfaction that I've brought colonize as one in a "safe" background to share ideas and opinion on the branch of learning matters a propos the list, or not, depending on the case. :) I think one of the best clothes we get from e-groups is friends," Victoria says. "I would like the members of each group to get what they put into it. Input is what makes a group brawny and happy. Sure lists can get petty and mean, but I think as long as you can start off with a broad appreciation that we are all here to grow and learn from each other, it's a bit easier to snoop to what other citizens have to say. "

"I sought after to find a acute list where functioning novelists would converse the art and craft of copy fiction. I couldn't find one," says Melisse, MJ Rose, who runs The Novelists. "I go to many lists and required one that was not friendly - although I have nonentity anti forthcoming - so I fashioned the list I wanted. "

Rose on track her list a year ago and at present she has about 100 subscribers. What she gets from the come into contact with is clear-cut - "Great dialog connecting critical writers about the craft of writing," she says. "The main catch - since its not friendly - except we are in the midst of dicussing a topic - the list gets slow. "

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Danielle Hollister (2004) is the Publisher of the Free Ezine for Writers featuring news, reviews, and endlessly efficient links to the best funds for writers online like - freelancing & jobs, markets & publishers, literary agents, curriculum & contests, and more. . . Read it online at - http://www. bellaonline. com/articles/art157. asp


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