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Yesterday I checked the number of subscribers on Johntext. We can be very satisfied. The total amount of all subscribers on Johntext is a five-digit number!!!

The first authors on Johntext – John P. Matthew from Mumbai (Johntext India) and Laura Lamarca from United Kingdom (Johntext United Kingdom) have a lot of subscribers because they had the most time and because they set value on good articles.

But numbers are not everything. What I want and wish most for 2015 and the coming years is that the real background of Johntext – to create literature with purpose to help – will lead to texts or books which help others…

Hans-Jürgen John ist Hans John (@rafaelofirst) auf Twitter und Hans.John.16 auf Facebook. Hans bloggt auf www.johntext.de und www.tage-bau.de

Ethel Morgan Smith

An evening with Ethel Morgan Smith

Just a quick reminder that I will be at Hollins on Feb 23rd. Hope you come by if you’re in the area.

Professor Ethel Morgan Smith is on Facebook. She writes on http://www.ethelmorgansmith.com/ and www.usa.johntext.de .

You can contact her here: lucymorgansmith@​gmail.com.

To All Fans, Readers and Subscribers

Ethel-Morgan-Smith

I found out that there are so many subscribers who get an email each time I write an article on www.usa.johntext.de.

Thank you so much for your support. It feels good to know a world away someone is reading my work.

I’ve just spent 10 days in Ghana at the Kinko, Village with a group called LEAP for Ghana (literacy empowerment action project).

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We ran a day camp for more than 150 small children and raised money for three girls to go to high school. Quite an experience. And going into the slave dungeons was dreadfully hard. I am attaching some pics as well as info about my organization. Please take a look at the wonderful work we’re doing. May you have a good rest of the summer. Classes started here in Morgantown last week. But I’ve had a marvelous summer.

http://www.leapforghana.org/

Children of Konko Village Ghana

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Professor Ethel Morgan Smith is on Facebook. She writes on http://www.ethelmorgansmith.com/ and www.usa.johntext.de .

You can contact her here: lucymorgansmith@​gmail.com.

Outlook: The House Of Flowers

The following work is ready for publication:

The House of Flowers  (novel) has been a finalist for both the William Faulkner & William Wisdom Creative Writing Contest, and the James Jones Creative Writing Contest. Three chapters from the novel have already been published.

Professor Ethel Morgan Smith www.usa.johntext.de

A New Author From Mumbai

I am proud to present Faraaz Kazi, the bestselling author from Mumbai, India at Johntext – literature with purpose to help : www.mumbai.johntext.de.

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Faraaz Kazi joins a selected team of authors like Professor Ethel Morgan Smith www.usa.johntext.de, Joygopal Podder www.newdelhi.johntext.de, John Poolieli Matthew www.india.johntext.de, Laura Lamarca Johntext United Kingdom on www.johntext.de/ewordpress/wordpress/

Read more about Faraaz Kazi on http://mumbai.johntext.de/about-the-author-from-mumbai/

His books are available everywhere.

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