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Hi,
some of you may remember me from the past days of the lit scene, I used to write for groups such as codine & revival, and then I was gone.

What happened you ask ? I drafted to the army, and didn't have the spare time/willpower to put to my writing, I settled with writing on paper and in hebrew, my mother language.

And then I discovered Blogging.
I suppose you all might know what blogging is, if you don't, you're more than welcome to check out www.blogger.com or http://tellinglies.org, my own weblog.

And then I've had an idea - Lit.org is all about writing, why won't lit.org members who own weblogs put them on the library?

If you have any questions regarding blogging, need help in blogging or want in on it and don't know how, email me.




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