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Daily Archives: September 13, 2011
Elizabeth Spann Craig, on her blog Mystery Writing is Murder (August 11, 2011) wrote: “You can usually tell when someone really loves to write. “The writing seems animated, sparkling, sharp. When I volunteer at my daughter’s elementary school, there are … Continue reading →