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Dearest fans, I am writing to ask you for your help in promoting my album.
It seems to me that there is a story in all of this. Girl in woods writes songs about games. When I tell people what I do they say, what? And then as I explain, a smile spreads across their face. Somehow it makes them happy to know that such a strange thing exists. I'd like to tell the story, get it out there, to gamers, non-gamers and to all people with ears for listening to tunes.
Can you offer me your help? Can you post blogs, leave comments, write articles, link me up, speak to that person who knows this person who might publish something in that thing, help me get set up on all the various networking sites?
I am creating a team of dedicated people working with me on this. A team of people that I trust, that I can ask advice from and work with to get my music out there further into the atmosphere.
If you'd like to join the team then show me you're serious, get busy and send me a link to what you are doing. If you make it onto the team I'll be available to you for interviews and inside info and, of course, best-friend-ship.
I'm really excited about sharing this adventure with you,
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