For all those that have waited patiently for my book to be released, it will be very soon. The editing and art work are finished. All that is left is for my partner to get it on Amazon and Kindle.
"EYES OF EMERALD" will be out in book form extremely soon. H
You cannot imagine how thrilled I am for you, especially dedicating it to me as the inspiration for writing it!
As speechless as I am, email me a prepaid order invoice for 10 signed copies to me, love you and something fabulous about me in the middle. i am serious
I really am excited for you, and I can't think of many more deserving
must sleep immediately!
talk tonight or tomorrow or send my birthday flowers to the one of 12 email addresses xo
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