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|How long have you published Will Edit For Food?|
Publisher: Since November 2000. It began in Hong Kong and moved to Hangzhou, then Shaoxing, then back to Hangzhou.
|How did you get started publishing Will Edit For Food?|
Publisher: I'd written a website to sell my novels, and all the gurus say you must have a newsletter. But now my newsletter is just my playground. I love my old novels, but I enjoy my newsletter more.
|What can a reader expect from an issue of Will Edit For Food?|
Publisher: I'm an American with an Australian wife. We teach English in Hangzhou, China. Our lovely Calico cat is from Hong Kong. I have a wide variety of interests (reading junkie, movie buff, music freak, NFL nut, bicycling in Chinese traffic) and a warped sense of humor. I don't even know what to expect, so how can you?
|What is the most rewarding aspect of publishing Will Edit For Food?|
Publisher: I have no idea. Probably a chance to practice my English.
|Is there anything else that you like to mention about Will Edit For Food?|
Publisher: I've never accepted money for advertising. I've never asked my subscribers for money. I've never joined an affiliate program. I never do ad swaps. I have no agenda. I have no clue. We're just having fun