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Ms. Leila Campoli

Stonesong

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Leila Campoli

Stonesong

270 West 39th St., Suite 201
New York, NY 10018
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Website:
stonesong.com
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Business/Finance
Current Affairs/Politics
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HokunaniSorci
12/24/2023 07:28 AM
Query: 9/19/23
CNR: 12/24/23

70k adult horror/short story collection
gretchenrhammond
07/25/2020 10:00 AM
EQ: 7/13/2020
CNR 7/25/2020

Narrative nonfiction/true crime/investigative journalism 90,000
RachaelEWrites
07/09/2020 11:33 AM
#OwnVoices LGBT YA Contemp Fantasy - 77k

EQ - 5/28/2020
CNR - 7/9/2020
JasonTVoiovich
05/12/2018 03:26 PM
EQ: 5/12/2018 business
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