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Collab, anyone?

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Sun Sep 16, 2018 4:40 pm
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thedevinhiggins says...

Hello, everyone! :D

I am thedevinhiggins, and I am looking for a collaboration with other writers!

I have nothing specific in mind, but we can work it out!

I am not always online (I'm still in high school), but I will be whenever possible!

Here's a little bit about me:

1. I have been writing for 4+ years
2. I have not published any books, but I have written three novellas (not published on here...yet), several short stories (also not on here...yet) and I have many more ideas for stories!
3. I'm an all-around writer and reader, so I'll be willing to do anything here, but I'm pretty shaky on romance and fanfic, and I don't read/write stories with mature content.

Comment if you want to join me! We can then talk about ideas and time frames!

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Tue Sep 25, 2018 9:19 am
Magestorrow says...

I'd gladly do a thread with you here. :)
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Wed Nov 21, 2018 9:44 pm
Fantascifi66 says...

I'd love to write with you!
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