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Denise Emanuel Clemen

Dear Axel & Grace,

Babs is an amazing teacher. Super amazing.

Nancy Grillo

If the rest of the book reads like the intro, can't wait to read it!

heaven

Dude this is the excellent post! i hope that their have right creation of key and nice suggestion to reading books.to read to learn.

Kathleen Guthrie Woods

Oh, I can relate. I was at a family dinner the night after I finished the first full draft of my first novel--a big deal! When I told a relative (who shall be nameless), she said, "That's nice. I wrote a really great letter to the editor today. Let me tell you about it...." Know that WE are all impressed with your achievements and looking forward to enjoying your latest book.

Barbara Force

Yes we are all awed and impressed with your achievements!

Barbara

Thanks for all those nice comments - but "Heaven" please stop spamming.

converse classic

Iso é bo. Eu escribín unha carta moi grande para o editor de hoxe. Deixe-me te dicir sobre iso .... "Saber que estamos todos impresionados coas súas conquistas e ansiosa para gozar do seu último libro.

Marcio

If no where in the Jeep you see the words, Selectrac then you have the four wheel system that will ALWAYS be in part time wveenher you active the four wheel drive. I don't recommend you leave in four wheel on dry roads but it IS a nuisance to have to shift it in and out when driving on snow covered roads that have bare spots. If you encounter a bare spot on the pavement with the four wheel drive engaged you will feel some tugging on the steering wheel. I don't think it would harm anything to have that happen occasionally but you need to be ready to experience that so you don't get distracted and have a wreck.

Anwar

I call it the hive mind effect. It's awseome. I get so much done and the energy is off the charts. I don't feel shame, per se, it's more an uplifting of my spirits. Everyone there wants you to succeed and you want them to succeed.

Andriana

I would Spend the Next Week just Editing it Otherwise, it's liable to Drive you Crazy Don't worry about NaNoAs Far as your Blog, Write as often as you want, or feel, as it might give you a bit of Relief from all that Editing I woludn't continue Working on your Other Novels until you felt better about the First Especially, as you say, as the Changes might Change what you end up Writing on the other Novels. Don't Worry about Nano You can always pick it up Next Week or whatever, and if you hit 50k, you hit 50k If you hit a bit less than that, big deal, you'll know why And there's always Next YearDarkJade-

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