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June 29, 2010


Michelle Gagnon

I'm a little crushed to learn that all Southerners don't have moonshine stills in their backyards. Great interview. And I loved BROKEN, Karin, just finished it over the weekend and it was a great read. I'm finally over losing Jeffrey.

BV Lawson

Maybe not "all" southerners. :-)

Jeffrey was a terrific creation, and it took a lot of guts for Karen to kill off a major character, but I say more power to her!

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