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 Hi Gila,

I hope all is well with you.
Had to write and tell you how much I enjoyed your short stories in your September newsletter. You are so talented.Your newsletter is always a highlight in my mailbox.
Take care, and thanks again for the newsletters. Love them.

Ellen Marcantano


Thank you for the sample of your short (in your newsletter). It continues to inspire me to write.

Conswalia Green

I loved your last newsletter. Keep writing those stories.

Ilene Bloch-Levy

So I opened your email and started your short story and 15 minutes later was still reading. You hooked me and I couldn't stop I'm guessing that story is true but even if it's not fabulous writing. Totally enjoyed it nicely done.

Barbara Forlenza

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