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Almond Milk
May 28, 2012

10 comments posted.

Re: Blackmailed by the Italian Billionaire (2:02pm April 22, 2012):

I think the next evolution will be more of a devolution, with heroines being less forceful and independent and heros being moreso.

Re: Mariana (8:05am April 12, 2012):

I prefer that a writer doesn't "modernize" her/his work. There will always be technological (and other) innovations. I don't see how adding something like a cell phone could make the story better. But yes, fix mistakes if you get the opportunity.

Re: Wedded In Scandal (1:19pm December 22, 2011):

It's hard to say what I do that's a time waster - if I learn even a tiny thing I consider my time well-spent - but if pressed, I'd have to say playing solitare on Pogo is a waste of time.

Re: Sleight Of Paw (5:24pm December 18, 2011):

I think your pictures are great. You've actually given me a couple of ideas for a new picture of my least favorite subject: me.

Re: The King's Mistress (7:43pm December 17, 2011):

Thank you for exploring all the lore of mistletoe! I enjoyed it.

Re: Fall From Pride (5:19pm August 20, 2011):

I know the Amish way of life seems romantic, but it'd be very difficult for me to live without at least a few of today's modern conveniences. Still, I admire and respect a people who can band together in faith and community in a way few groups can.

Re: The Mysterious Lady Law (9:51pm February 4, 2011):

I'm not driven to read a book based on an author's gender, although if I look back on it, I'd say that most of my reading-by-choice books, as a young person, were written by women; most of my assigned-at-school books were written by men.

I do find books by female authors generally easier to read.

Good topic!

Re: Hidden Wives (5:33pm June 13, 2010):

I'm sorry I missed your cake! At least I didn't miss "Hidden Wives" - it sounds teriffic!

Re: Island Of The Swans (4:37am February 8, 2010):

Another reader-non-writer here! I wonder...do you think that a writer's theme might reflect some of that writer's life experiences? And are readers drawn to themes that reflect their history?

Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (12:01pm December 28, 2009):

Thank you for sharing your memories of Mimi. Somehow, your story seemed to sharpen memories of my own grandmother.

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