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Hi everyone! My name is Lara Kern and I currently live in Georgia (where the weather has some major mood swings) with my husband and three dogs.

My short story "Finley" was published by Larks Fiction Magazine. I have also published a few poems throughout my adventures. I am currently working on my website and hope to have it back on track within the next few months.

Besides writing I enjoy my 1963 C10 Chevrolet named Beatice, playing outside with my dogs, gardening, crafting unusal crafts, photography, playing the cello, living a more ecofriendlyway, and I absolutely love herbalism. I was originally at college to become a RN but things did not go according to plan! I have always wanted to be a writer.

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        can someone critique my hub?

        3 years ago

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        3 years ago

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        The lengths we have to go through to issue a warrant

        4 years ago

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