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My email adress is MarkAtteberry@aol.com.

I will not answer emails that are rude, off-color, disrespectful or unsigned.

7 Responses to Contact

  1. chibabag says:

    Awesome things here. I’m very satisfied to look your article. Thank you so much and I’m having a look forward to touch you. Will you please drop me a mail?

  2. Mark. Your content is amazing and “spot on.” I love what your writing. If you want to bring your website up a notch then I would suggest you try Weebly. It is “one stop” for domain, web control, hosting and so much more. Check my site out and tell me what you think. http://www.chrismalkemes.com I will help you set up everything. I think your words are worth a second look. They still haven’t fixed your dating. Again. I offer my services. This will be fun. (oh! your 155 subscribers can be imported over too)
    God bless. My friend.

  3. Mark. Again your writing is “spot on.” I wanted to share this on twitter and Facebook but couldn’t find a button on your site do so. You must have a good reason for not putting it on there, but in the future I would like to share.

  4. Don says:

    Brother Atteberry,
    I have read The Samson Syndrome about four times. I receive encouragement and challenges from it every time.

    My “Point Men” group of 7th-12th grade young men are using it as a guide for studying leadership. Thank you for writing.
    Blessings.

    • Mark says:

      Thank you so much, Don, for the encouragement. You might like The Solomon Seduction, too. It’s in the same vein.

  5. roberto mendes says:

    Mark sou aqui do Brasil terminei de ler seu livro the solomon seduction.very good.please look by Julio Lima https://youtu.be/E90JdXa54ml

  6. william Macdonald says:

    On the issue of transgenders being courageous, I would liken it to a man say in the 1950s or 1960s who has been a communist for a number of years. This man has brothers and sisters,a wife and living parents some of whom are in politics or in the military. He feels he cannot hide it any longer. what would be the courageous thing to do? What would be the selfish thing to do?

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