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Noticing Newbies: July 23, 2014 Issue [#6406]

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  Edited by: Jace
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1. About this Newsletter
2. A Word from our Sponsor
3. Letter from the Editor
4. Editor's Picks
5. A Word from Writing.Com
6. Ask & Answer
7. Removal instructions

About This Newsletter

Hi, I'm Jace .

Welcome to this issue of the Noticing Newbies newsletter. Join me as I take you into some nooks and crannies of Writing.Com that you may not have found time to check out yet.

Don't forget to toss me a note about what you liked or didn't like in my column, or about a topic you'd like to see discussed. This newsletter is about and for you. And for you seasoned members, I hope you'll find something you can take from my ramblings. *Smile*

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Editor's Picks

Check out these Newbies (I've selected folks who have filled out their Biography or something in their Bio-Block). Take a moment to review something in their Port ... or just say hi.

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Ask & Answer

And from the mailbox about my last Noticing Newbies newsletter, "Meet Your Senior Mods: Part 4.

From Jennifer L Rowlands : I kept receiving an error when trying to write a comment to the editor, so I decided to send my thoughts via email:

This was a very helpful interview. I can relate to a lot of the answers, specifically that I felt overwhelmed upon joining WDC, but by dipping my feet in and diving into certain areas, I have begun to feel more comfortable (although I do think I still have a ways to go). I found the line "We all began somewhere" to be very encouraging. To me, it's saying that we all start on the same level and our success can be measured by the effort we put into our work.

Thanks, Miss Jennifer. I'm glad you're feeling better about navigating your way around WDC. Remember, you'll always have help when you need it; don't hesitate to ask. *Wink*

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