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Hello Val and all:
Maybe my "great American Deaf novel" needs a tie-in! After all, the Deaf
students at my imaginary "Belfry Outreach" do use SW. How many people know
the "textbooks" that JK Rowling created to go alongside her Harry Potter
books?
Only this one will be for real.
So, I gotta learn how to link *my* book (on Amazon!) with "SignWriting
Basics".
Here's where you can see my book, right at the top of the page:
www.savvypress.com.
Allabest,
Kim from Boston
Author of "A Handful of Spells"
On Dec 17, 2014 12:42 PM, "Valerie Sutton" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> December 17, 2014
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> On Dec 17, 2014, at 9:10 AM, André L <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Hello Valerie,
> your explanation about the ear touching the shoulder is fine.  I do not
> need a video.
>
>  Thank you Adam, if Stokoe is not used by linguists, there is no point to
> make a document explaining how to pass from Stokoe notation to SignWriting.
> My idea is to see how we may reach more people...
>
> Andre Lemyre
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> —————
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> Hello André!
> Thank you for brainstorming how to reach more people with SignWriting…
>
> I am interested in what everyone has to say…
>
> How can we reach more people?
>
> Send us your ideas...
>
> Val ;-)
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