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Greetings to my freinds and supporters:

I have written over three hundred blog posts mostly on the subject of researching Maine economic development statutes. In the process I have developed an in depth understanding of the history and interconnectedness of Maine's economic development policies.

For some timeI have been thinking of writing a book on the subjects that I have explored in this blog . I would like to time the publication of such a book to have its most impact in the months leading up to the next election.
  • I have been offered a 50% discount on a self publishing program if I take it by Monday June 29, 2015.
  • The self publishing program will connect me with an online community for self publishing and help me with every phase from organizing my material into a book form to marketing.
  • I found a crowdfunding site for journalism, It takes a day for project approval. 
  • My Crowdfunder is now launced on Beacon- Here I The Live Link !

I feel that this is the time to be starting if I want to have a book out in the months before the next election season and that being in contact with such a community will help to maintain a focus on the goal. Any support I recieve in terms of fundraising, especially if I can reach my $800.00 by Monday, the day of the deadline will be powerfuyl encouragement to follow through.

So please help with any amount that you can afford no matter what size.

Thank You,



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