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Newsletter November 10th, 2020 LinkedIn and Quora

Two Great New Ways to Promote Your Awesome Creative Work !

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Dear Writers, Readers, and Editors,

As yet another way to get our name out there, I’ve created a Quora and a LinkedIn account, and have posted all stories by all writers on both platforms.

You can find them here:

There’s no such things as too much publicity !


Keira Fulton-Lees
Artfully Autistic Advocate for Autism

Creator, Editor and Writer for the Medium Publication:

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