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    the storms silver lining
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    Have you ever

    Helped a fellow writer
    in writing pieces
    etc.

    have you ever..

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    .....

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    Welcome to the forums, D!

    I'm afraid I don't quite know what you mean. Do you mean actual collaboration, or merely advice? I have given lots of advice on the way I think something ought to be written, but never attempted to co-author anything. What do you mean by the near-elipsis in your semi-question?
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    along the lines more of co-author
    more than just advice
    Last edited by [D]; 02-07-2007 at 11:40 PM.

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    Indeed I have....

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    How can i contact you ^?

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    You can send a private message to anybody here on the forum by clicking on their avatar and selecting from the menu that pops up.

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    Well in his profile there are no way of contacting him

    that is why i asked the question.

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    thanks

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    Me??? You should be able to send me a private message...

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    check your PM'S/

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    I have collaborated on research papers, and I have collaborated on technical publications...does that count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [D] View Post
    Well in his profile there are no way of contacting him

    that is why i asked the question.

    --back to the thread here
    thanks
    And that is why I tried to answer it. Most people are not going to give out their email address on a site as big as this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanislaw View Post
    I have collaborated on research papers, and I have collaborated on technical publications...does that count?
    No, i don't mean collaboration
    i mean more on the lines of just writing for someone else something like that.

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    I think that is easier to do....in a way....

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    hm . . . i don't really know if this is what you're thinking of . . . but i sometimes do things with my friends like exchanging a story for a play (one person will send a story and the other will send a play), and we each rewirte the other's work into our own genre. (the person with the play will transform it into a story, and vice versa.)

    Is that what you're thinking of, D? and by the way, welcome!
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