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Hello, everyone at, She Writes. Been working on my latest novel, Of Dust And Dawn, and getting ready to submit it to agents. It is a jungle out there, and I know this from personal experience,http://…

Hello, everyone at, She Writes. Been working on my latest novel, Of Dust And Dawn, and getting ready to submit it to agents. It is a jungle out there, and I know this from personal experience,http://facebook
but am going to keep trekking along. Have been hearing a lot about self-publishing and Kindal  lately, and might give it a try on an old novel of mine that I couldn't get an agent for. Just see how it goes. The good part about…
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Added by Janice Marie Nolting on December 17, 2011 at 7:46am — No Comments

THE END OF SUMMER

A STORY OF YOUNG AND OLD THAT WILL WARM YOUR HEART.

 

A RUNWAY RECOUNTS HER LIFE ON THE STREETS IN NEW YORK CITY, TO AN ELDERLY WOMAN, AS THEY RETURN BACK TO THEIR…

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Added by Janice Marie Nolting on July 24, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments

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