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Give me a shout--I'd be happy to do some proofreading! (I think you've got my email.)
I'm always looking for new Bible studies and I'd be glad to help proof it. I think you have my email, if not let me know.
I'm not a Rev person, but I have 2 English degrees and I'm a pretty good proofreader. I'll firstname.lastname@example.org
Ooo, goody, goody!I'll add more to my list this afternoon and send out Lesson number One. It's a word file -- if you could add remarks ina different color font, it would make it easier to pick them out.As soon as I get it a little polished, I want to pitch it to Abington/Cokesbury -- I'm working on getting a "big gun" to help pitch it. It's getting that toe in the door.
Be glad to help if you still need some!
I'd be up for helping, but I can't spel to guud.
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Sure! I'll admit that my English teacher skills have diminished somewhat and my writing style has become more conversational than "proper," but I'd love to see a work in progress.
Hey RM! I'm whatspider on RLP. In the real world I'm an English teacher and linguist. I can help too, if you still need editing!
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