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  1. Dear Laura:

    We recently connected with you via Twitter – and I thought you may be interested in promoting our new online magazine for family historians, Discover Your Ancestors Periodical (see: http://www.discoveryourancestors.co.uk), at your site and earn yourself a commission for each new sign up.

    If this seems interesting to you, please see our affiliate area here: http://www.discoveryourancestors.co.uk/affiliate-program/

    Please let me know your thoughts.

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  2. Hey There!
    I was wondering if you would like to feature my book on your blog. I could do a guest post if you like or I could do an interview. I actually have a unique thing to go with the book, a quilt I made with all the horses on it. You have my website above. It opens to my blog, but you can reach my website by using the buttons on the left. Here is a trailer to give you a quick idea of what the book is about. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYGZK7vrbYA&feature=youtu.be If you are interested, contact me at the above email. Thank you in advance for any time spent in this endeavor. Happy Trails To You!

    • Kandy, I’ve had other requests like this. At this point in time, I’ve decided that book reviews don’t fit with the strategies of my blog and website. Hope your book is wildly successful.

  3. Hi Laura,

    Film Review Request: Cleaver’s Destiny – Daughter’s Quest for Veteran Father

    I’m releasing a new film and I wanted to
    see if you might be interested in reviewing it.
    I can send you a link to the online screener if you like.
    I hope to talk to you soon.
    Here are more details,

    Mariesha Richard M.B.A.
    Quantum Leap Entertainment
    626-622-7268

    Cleaver’s Destiny will open September 27 for a one week run at Laemmle Playhouse in Pasadena.
    Here’s the story:
    A troubled teenage girl named Amy searches for her missing father, only to discover that he is a homeless veteran with no memory of her. Her father, Bill, suffers from dementia and lives out his days on the streets of Los Angeles collecting bottles. Amy takes him to people and places he once knew, in a desperate attempt to rekindle the relationship with the father she never had.
    You can see a trailer at the website below.
    http://www.cleaversdestinymovie.com
    Laemmle has confirmed Q and A’s after the 7:50pm show Friday and Saturday evening, Sept. 27-28. It’s already on their
    site: http://www.laemmle.com/blog/category/qas/
    The official press release is here: http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/cleavers-destiny-original-indie-film-be-released-laemmle-playhouse-pasadena-1814890.htm

    I hope to hear from you soon!

  4. Hi Laura,

    I really enjoy the website and community you have created. In particular, I like the idea of the treasure chest. People’s experiences are treasures and they should be shared. It seems to me that it used to be more common to keep a journal and pass it on to people or share entries with specific people. A practice that has sadly dwindled. I also enjoyed your recent post about “Looking Forward.” These two things (treasuring past experiences and looking forward) are both highly important to a new business we started, PassingBye.com. Our goal is to give our members total control, privacy and security over their legacy and digital assets (like written memories, photos and passwords) allowing them to share these in the now and/or posthumously.

    I would love your review of our site. Your insights on this topic are valued so even if your feedback is limited to writing about the topic “what happens to your digital life after you pass on”, it would be greatly appreciated.

    Look forward to hearing back from you!

    • So sorry–this note had ended up in my spam folder. I’ll look at your site and send you an email. Thanks for reaching out.

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