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Beautiful People to Return Soon

     So, once upon a time, a long time ago, there lived a couple young bloggers who wrote questions for characters.  They called the assignment "Beautiful People."  Aspiring authors loved these questions as it gave them another way to get to know their own characters. 
     Then came "The Time of Silence" in which the two young bloggers were too busy to feed questions to the authors. 
     But now the whispered rumor is passed from lip to lip and from blog to blog.  Beautiful people returns in June!  The news signals a time of rejoicing in the land, and aspiring authors eagerly await their first assignment.
     The website and the blog on the above picture will take you to the two current hosts of Beautiful People.  They are looking for submissions so if you have any questions you think that characters should answer please email them or leave a comment at one of the addresses. 
     And check back in June for answers to Beautiful People!


  1. yayy! :) Thanks for sharing, Esther =)


  3. Joy and Alyianna,
    I am excited and I am so glad you are, too. This should be fun! :)

  4. Woohoo! Thanks for helping advertise it. xD (That means soooo much to me.) I can't wait to see your BP post when it all gets up and running.
    Cait @ Notebook Sisters


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