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Amazing Authors Webring Tour

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This ring intends to offer the best possible promotion to qualified authors who are seeking exposure for both published and unpublished work. By the nature of a webring, the more we boost each other, the more readers we will bring to our own site. Post any tips, publication notices, contest alerts, or your site updates here. Because this is a public forum, however, there will be a slight delay before your message posts, so that I can review it and screen out spam and anything wildly off-topic. Write On!
 

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Sample Saturday: 'In The Eye of The Storm' sneak preview edition: - 09/07/2013
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February 1911 When I read in the Chronicle that San Francisco was establishing a symphony, I wanted desperately to audition. Everyone said I was the best violinist they knew. Surely, with Papa’s Chanot instrument and his “Don Juan Triumphant” score as my audition piece, I was as good as hired. “It says men only,” Michael responded when I enthused over the possibilities. I don’t think anyone will mistake you for a boy.” “Honestly, Michael. They must want only the finest musicians. I must throw my hat into the ring.” So it was that I auditioned, just as I planned. I played the solo from Papa’s brilliant composition and waited for the proctor’s decision. “Miss ... Le Maitre, is it? Yours was surely the finest audition we’ve heard today,” came the voice from the pit. “Unfortunately, we cannot use you. Go home to your beaux and pretty clothes, my dear. You don’t want to be a career girl; it’s deucedly unfeminine.” Summarily dismissed, I rode the omnibus home in miserable silence. Why was the assumption always that women must want so little from life? posted by Sharon E. Cathcart on September, 07

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