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Your one and only place in the forums to introduce your project.  Include enough information in your overview to make us say, "Hey, I've got to put down my cheesburger, turn off the TV, and read this."  Include a link for easy access.
Posted: 2/8/2016 1:47 PM PST
Thank-you, Hannah. Here's the link:
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Posted: 2/5/2016 3:18 AM PST


Hi Terry,

Welcome to WEbook! 

Your book sounds great - thanks for taking the time to introduce it here on the forums. If you'd like to include a link to your project what you need to do is this:

1) Navigate to the main page for your book (this is where you add chapters etc.) You can get here by going to 'My Profile', clicking on 'My Projects' (lower right hand side) and then clicking on the title of the project you want to share.
2) Now that you're in the project, you want to grab the link. This is basically the web address for your project, so click on the address bar at the top of the page (It'll look something like... then you need to copy and paste this link into the forum here. 
3) You're done! 

As an example, here's the link to the current Monthly Challenge:

If you have any problems, let me know - you can always direct message me if you would prefer.

Thanks and happy writing!

Hannah from the WEbook Team
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Posted: 2/4/2016 3:37 PM PST

My name is Terry and I'm an alc--

Oh, wait, sorry, wrong group.

I'm new to the site and just posted the first page of my book, "The Scourge." It's an action-adventure in which the characters race to discover an ancient artifact, and in the process discover themselves. I read that it's possible to include a link to the work here, but, being computer illiterate, I have no idea how to do it. I'm hoping people will be willing to search for it by title, and are also willing to give me feedback. 

I debated over how much of the book I should post on the site--one page is not much when I have over 300 ready to go--but I thought I'd begin by seeing if anyone even wanted to read it.     

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