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Wow Triona, that is so cool! You are awesome-I love the tittle to that article, When you yearn to smash your computer-I feel like that every day :)You interview really well and I just looked at an issue of Writer's magazine a couple of months ago-I didn't know about it but I loved it and want to subscribe-I think it is great you were interviewed in it, is the interview online anywhere so I can see it? I didn't even know you were a published author-but I knew your wrote well and your style is what kept me reading this blog(other than our feelings on Adoption). I think it is great you wtote a novel about an Adoptee, I hope it gets published, I started one years ago but had no time to finish it-I think sending our message through fiction is a good way to educate the public-you are talented enough to it too-
Thanks, Improper. :) My article was in the November 2009 issue, but not on the web site. You may be able to get the back issue by visiting http://www.writermag.com.I'll keep everyone updated on my fiction. So far I have several short stories up for consideration and I'm looking for representation for my novels.
LoL-Talented enough to do it too I meant(somebody seriously needs an editor-and to learn how to freekin type:)
Congrats! Well done! Take a bow! Keep up the good work for both computers and writing of your choice.
arrgh-I forgot to say ty for the link-I will go into it and see if I can back order it-(I'm not feeling good right now-my ear is killing me, I should so get off line). The library in my town has this mag so I may be able to read it there-I'd like one to keep though, just because I know you online and you SO rockamundo.I'd be proud to have that issue:)ttyl
My birthday is also in January. I always get a funny look when I say I hate birthdays! Glad somebody understands!
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