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    Autophobic Misanthrope Sonneillon's Avatar
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    I'm back too!

    Wow, it's been a while. Since 2008, according to my thread tracker. Probably not a single person here remembers me, but as it happens... I finished a book.

    It, uh, is not the book I was working on in 2008. That one still isn't finished.

    So I came back to Absolute Write because I remembered how much golden information was here and I honestly missed y'all. I'll probably be lurking around for a bit.

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    Welcome back to the Water Cooler! Congrats on finishing your book!
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    Welcome back. I wasn't here when you were here before, but I'll welcome you back anyways. Hope to see you around.

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    Hello, and welcome back!

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    Congratulations on finishing your first book!

    And welcome back!
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    Sonne,

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    Welcome back! It's a great place!

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