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Author: Freda Douglas

I have been writing articles and blogs lately, not knowing whether you, the reader, are pleased with what you read, or even if I'm even writing about what you would like to read about.

Therein lies my problem and why I need your help. My reason for writing is not to please me, but to satisfy your need for good reading. I'm happy no matter what I write because I like to write. To know my readers are happy with my writing is worth money in the bank to me. (It better be since I don't get paid for doing it)

I am going to first tell you where you can read my writing. I post them on,, and and and I recently started a blog and it is located at

I'd like to know who you are and what you do so that I can better serve you.

What are your hobbies? What kind of work do you do? Do you like what you do? If the right opportunity came along, would you change what you do? Husbands, does your wife work outside the home? Would you like to bring her home without getting in a financial bind?

Are you married? Do you have a family still at home? Is your family grown and out on their own? Do you have grandchildren?

What are your fears and concerns about work, money, the government, politics, and/or the market place?

In other words, I want to know what you think. What and who you are. I also need your picture, with or without your spouse, new or not so new - who will know?

One thing I will not get involved in and won't acknowledge is anything to do with religion (I hope you have that but if you don't you have a problem that I can't or won't solve for you), or hateful attitudes (I can take criticism better than most) but keep your hateful attitudes to yourself.

You can write to me at Rest assured I don't outsource any of my work, and if you want an individual answer I will try to do that, but this request is to get material for future articles. Dear Abby I'm not.

Always remember, God loves you and so do I.

About the author: Freda Douglas is an accomplished author. Her first book "Cherish the Past" was published in 2002. Her 2nd book "Winds of Change" will be released this Fall. She wrote a personal essay column for a weekly newspaper for 17 years. She enjoys hearing from her readers.

Read about her business opportunity at

If you have a business that is not doing well why not see if can offer you a solution?

Freda Douglas, P.O.Box 155, Eva, AL 35621, 256-796-0651

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