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Mondays Mixed Ink

I hope everyone had a lovely weekend and are tackling the new week with style and pizazz!

Keep watching for the results of Operation Agent Ink. I'm compiling a list RIGHT NOW TO POST!

Me? This week will be busy. I'm working on revisions and edits.

Plus, the blog will have a new look page next week! That's right, I've got some super fun things coming your way. Remember, I told you I had big plans for Ink in the Book? Well, I do! It's something I never expected, but it all happened so quickly and it's fallen into place without a single wrinkle and I'm so excited to share it with you:)

There's going to be five of us here at Ink in the Book. On my new page, we're creating a writing group. We're planning lots of advice, help, encouragement, reviews, contests, blog hops, and so much more! Great things are in store and I'm so excited to get it started, but alas! It must wait until next week!

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    1. It is VERY exciting, Alex. It's going to be awesome:)

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  2. Looking forward to it. You are always filled with such great ideas and enthusiasm!

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    1. Oh dear. Such pressure to come through. Please excuse my bouts of doubts. I'll try to always remember to smile:)

      Thanks Julie. YOU always make me smile!

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  3. Yeah! Can't wait to see the new ink :)

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    1. I think you'll like my new colored ink. I know I like it!
      How are you doing? I hope things are going well for you.

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  5. Bleh, I need to triple-check before I post! I am so curious to see what great changes the blog is going to take next week! And thanks for hosting the pitch opportunity, I am so excited about my requests!!!

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    1. I'm thrilled for your requests and hope more good news is on the horizon.

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  6. I can't wait! And I'm glad to see your pitch opportunity went so well! :)

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  7. Can't wait! I followed your pitch opportunit, looks like a huge success, congrats!

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    1. I think we did really well for the amount of entries received. We had 6 agents participating and 5 of those agents made requests, so I'm happy with the ending result. I wish more had received requests, but still, I'm happy:)

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  8. Oh, sounds fun!!! Can't wait to see your new look:-) LOVE when things fall into place like that!

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  9. Can't wait to see the new look! So exciting.

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