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Thank you for your help! We're not experts on all the books we publish and we aren't always equipped to write an introduction for the books, that is where you come in. If you're a fan of this book we'd really appreciate you taking the time to write an introduction for it to share with your fellow readers. Even if we already have an introduction for this book, we might need a better one. So don't let a current introduction stop you from submitting a new one.
Please keep the following guidelines in mind when writing your introduction:
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Please keep spoilers to a minimum. A spoiler is where you reveal key plot points and ruin the suprise for readers. Don't give away any suprise endings, merely set up the story. Please do not simply copy and paste from elsewhere, we check all submissions for originality and so you're wasting time submitting something you copied. Plus that can be copyright infringement. So original thoughts only please. Length can be anything from 100 words to 1000 words, but please try not to go over 1000 words. This is meant to be an introduction, not a whole additional book. You do not have to share your name if you do not want to, but we like to give public credit to those who submit introductions. You may use a pen name or just "Anonymous" if you like. You're granting us the irrevocable right to publish this information if you submit it to us, so please don't submit us information you dont want published.
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