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The Write Agenda: Top 10 Blog Posts for 2011

In A.C. Crispin, Absolute Write, Accountability, Ann "A.C." Crispin, Ann Crispin, Bauer vs. Glatzer, C. E. Petit, Charles E. Petit, Charles Emil Petit, Charlie. Petit, ILLINOIS ATTORNEY REGISTRATION AND DISCIPLINARY COMMISSION, Investigations, John Scalzi, John Steinbeck, Legal Issues, Making Light, Nancy Steinbeck, police investigation, police investigators, Preditors & Editors, Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers, SFWA, The Write Agenda, The Write Agenda: Top 10 Blog Posts for 2011, Victoria Strauss, Watchdog, Writer Beware on December 27, 2011 at 7:08 pm

American Book Publishing “Investigation” Research Released: No Proof of Victoria Strauss’ Claims

American Book Publishing: No Case, No Criminal Contact & No Legal Action Taken

John Steinbeck Family Defrauded by Writer Beware™ & SFWA Attorney: The 2007 Scam that Writer Beware™ Didn’t Report . . . Why?

Letter to the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America

Christian Story Teller Asks: “Victoria Strauss, what is she doing to her reputation?”

Bauer vs. Glatzer et. al. – Summary of Allegations Against the Named Defendants

Ann Crispin: “The Write Agenda . . . It’s a Hate Site . . . ” Weinerdogs Convey Their Vileness to Recent Walt Disney Inquiry

Victoria Strauss Drops F-Bomb, Ann “A.C.”Crispin Thinks it’s OK: How Publishing Watchdogs Demonstrate Their Arrogance and Supremacy for Standards

Victoria Strauss: The Anthony Weiner Scandal is a BS Story; Weinerdog Still Shows no Compunction for the Truth

Victoria Strauss Goes from “Watchdog” to “Weinerdog” – How the Selective Use of Research Material Can Damage Your Reputation: Victoria Strauss Cites another Police Investigation Regarding a Publisher . . . This Time it’s Correct and TRUE!

 

 

 

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