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May 22, 2013



Screwpulp sounds like a resource too good not to use. I write mostly articles because I know I can sell them. Of course it's my goal to write a novel. I looks like Screwpulp will be the best opportunity to make that happen with its marketing concept.

Kevin Broccoli

I'm excited for you, Joe, and for Screwpulp. If you're involved in it, that's a sign that they are worth looking into.

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