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  • Congratulation!  Very compelling premise and opening!  But I confess, I had to laugh (or cry!) at a similarity with my YA novel, INSPIRED - my main character is a girl...
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    It's one thing to lose your mom shortly before your sixteenth birthday. It's another t...d into another is to kill the spouse who stands in the way of the new improved model. Again, this stuff seems obv...
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  • I hope you won't mind if I repeat here what I say to my students -- Usually, round about this time, some folks are feeling like they want to throw in the towel. You'r...

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  • Aimee Liu posted a status
    “Fiction is the art form of human yearning.” – Robert Olen Butler “We are living...Chief?) – does little to quell its effect on my psyche. I’m in fight-or-flight mode all the time, feeling angry a...
  • Chantal Walvoord posted a message for Aine Greaney
    Hi Aine, You said Green Card and other essays is your "new" book; what was your first? Was it non-fiction as well? How difficult was it to get the first book published?--Chantal
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    Window of Tolerance During these uncertain and frightening times, I do a lot of wondering about just how all of us put up with cruelty, racism, random fear, greed...

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  • I laughed out loud when reading about the search for the "perfect notebook". I started with an artist's sketchbook in high school and continued until journal writing b...
  • Admittedly I initially turned a little green, wishing I could express my thoughts so eloquently as I read your post, but you have managed to accurately capture my feel...
  • Clarity. YES! And it is about your intent. Makes sense. Your post made me think about black and white. And what people wear. Well, not people, but people I know. Well,...