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Actions to Connect to a Writer and Their Words

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You’re reading a Medium post and you stumble upon an exceptional statement or quote. You want to copy and save it or respond to the author, but what to do?

Before we go any further, though, let me say this. Performing any connection function on an article’s page is a terrific way to offer encouragement to a writer…

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Julie Ranson

Julie Ranson

Word Lover. Writer. Self-improver. Believer. Wife. Mother of three adults. Find me everywhere: https://linktr.ee/jjranson

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