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Did you know Writer's Digest has a Google+ page? We've become a part of one of the fastest-growing networks so we can deliver more great writing advice and tips to even more people. Are you on Google+? If so, follow us and you'll get extra goodies.

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For example, April has been creativity month (especially for poets and for people looking to grow their platform), so we're giving away a copy of our Writer's Digest Guide to Creativity (a $9.99 value) on April 30 (2012) to everyone who puts us in his or her Google+ writing circle (or any of your circles).

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If you’re not on Google+, it’s definitely worth checking out. And if you are, be sure to add us to your circles.

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