Tree Huggers United

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"Tree Huggers United is a club that my friend and I started. We are raising money to donate to the South American Rainforest and raise awareness about global warming. We had a band night at school and tons of people showed up to support our club. This is when the picture was taken." - TreeHuggersUnited (May 16, 2007)

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comment by anonymous - May 17, 2007 - back to the top

You're all HOT !!! ...and I don't mean due to global warming !!!

comment by Guest - Feb 23, 2013 - back to the top

he's call me today. Men! They tell ya they'll call ya tomorrow I waetnd to get this done. Missed ya guys. So, minus your simple, neat letterhead, this is how the beginning of your query should look.LETTERHEAD (I often used one of my endorsement quotes underneath the letterhead.) Kelly you're writing looks great. Good luck with selling! New York Times Best-Selling Author, Kat MartinMarch 17, 2008Ms. Exalted EditorGonna-Sign-Ya BooksAddressAddressDear Ms. Editor,(Italics and indent)What happens when the Lucy Ricardo of the 14th Century meets the hero of the battle of Crecy?I've written a 90,000-word historical romance, Moment of Glory, and I'm looking for an editor. Moment of Glory has humor, drama, mystery, and has recently finaled in three contests. The second manuscript in the series, Moment of Passion, is also completed.(That's your info paragraph. Enough so the agent/editor knows what she's gonna read, how long it is, yadda yadda. Some people put it at the end. I like to know up-front, so that's how I send mine. Whatever floats yer boat. Your title should be in italics and bold.)(Next, I do a paragraph on each main character)Edlynne Wynterbourne is beautiful, clumsy, and nearsighted—and her pluck often leads her into perilous situations. Her father, the Earl of Sussex, orders her to wed a most vile man, while she wishes to wed for love. To escape this heinous fate she disguises herself as a peasant and embarks upon an adventure, but her father is close on her heels. Can she find the one who'll love her—not her wealth—before it’s too late?(Notice I used contractions, but also kept the flavor of the time with other words like vile, “perilous, etc.)Send your paragraphs when ya have em. Sorry for the disjointed schedule. One of those things. I'm actually supposed to be on vaca this week code for I'm supposed to be working on my nightime business, and my non-fiction proposal. Sigh.K.