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    Hello all, and welcome to the http://www.Humorists.Club.

    This is place to meet humor-writers of all sorts and stages of development. You can ask questions and share pages, privately, with those who can offer helpful and kind feedback.

    That’s the goal, and as we build this forum out, we aim to offer craft sessions, advice for self-publishers, and reports from the trenches on the marketplace.

    The cost of admission for the general chat and meetups is that you need to come willing to have fun, be kind, and curious. That’s it. There may be other offerings for a small fee, but those are optional. You won’t be hounded to buy anything or tracked as you would in Facebook or any other social media.

    That’s about all for now. If you want to know more about me, look over at http://www.robblightfoot.com.

    Welcome aboard.


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