Michele’s Detroit Form

4 Responses to "Michele’s Detroit Form"

  1. Laurie Cannon   January 30, 2014 at 10:10 pm

    The application will not allow me to submit and I spent a few hours on it– is there another way this graduate student can apply? www.linkedin.com/pub/laurie-cannon/24/48b/1b4/

  2. Mike Hardy   January 16, 2014 at 4:06 pm

    every where you look you see a story that is waiting to be told. Its actually telling it that is hard, most think they can write the great american novel with no training. I prefer writing the shorter stories and informative articles. i have had 5 articles published on Helium,com and i am a memeber of a site that provides inspiration for writers via contests and prompts. I actually tried writing a novel and found it was extremely hard to do…i think i have 5 chapters finished and fell into a writers block with it.

    if i can make money writing articles in my spare time then count me in.

  3. Susan Ritter   January 16, 2014 at 10:41 am

    There is a spin on everything, and I have quite an interesting and unique way of expressing things in a most colorful way. I am confident that your company could benefit greatly by having me on your staff and I look forward to discussing with you what options may be available. Thanks for your time and consideration.
    Susan G. Ritter
    email: divinitygotme@gmail.com

  4. Mary Vuich   January 16, 2014 at 4:11 am

    I saw that you are offering training and development for someone who is looking to be a great and amazing writer. Well what are you waiting for?? I think I’m pretty amazing and would have much to offer. I want employment though. My name is Mary. You can reach me at 734-664-1873.

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