Sometimes it happens, that you get more followers a day, than usual. If this ever happened to you, you may wonder, if you have been included in a shared circle by someone famous on Google+. But how can you find out?
Try this form and insert your 21-digit Google+ Id into the search field and we lookup which circles you are in. This only works, if we have the shared circle already in our database.
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Sam Sager 2012-09-23 18:29:34Here's the latest iteration of my Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers circle. These people in here are pretty amazing and engaging. If you are fan of these genres I highly recommend checking this circle out. All of you who are part of this circle thank you for making G+ a much more interesting place.
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Dan Eastwood 2011-10-20 12:25:42I'm growing my circle of game designers, bloggers, and those interested in the business. My emphasis is mostly on tabletop games, but there is overlap with computer games too. This is intended for discussion of methods and mechanics of how games work, not how to play specific games, except as that relates to more general questions.
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Dan Eastwood 2011-09-27 15:18:44I'm trying to grow my circle of game designers, bloggers, and those interested in the business. My emphasis is mostly on tabletop games, but there will be overlap with computer games too. This is not intended for discussion of playing specific games except as that relates to more general questions.
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