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My Interview With Wetknee Books

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Sharing my interview with Wetknee Books with those of you who might enjoy it. I thought the questions were very well thought out, and I had a lot of fun trying to stick to the “one paragraph” rule! Ha. (Hey, she never mentioned how LONG the paragraphs could be! 😀 ) Hope you’ll stop by and check it out, and while you’re there, take a look around the rest of the site, and sign up for Anna or Aimee’s Mail List, too.

Wetknee Books Interview With…ME!

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6 thoughts on “My Interview With Wetknee Books

  1. Reblogged this on Who's Your Granny? and commented:

    I had a great time being interviewed by Wetknee Books. Thoughtful questions, and a fun website, too. Check it out! 🙂

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  2. I am glad I saved this until I had to time to sit and read it. Great interview. My first memory playing in my bedroom was using my bed as a desk as I “wrote” – since I was not quite in kindergarten yet I remember it being scribbles. I guess when it is in our blood it is in our blood. I often think of Laura Ingalls Wilder who wrote when she was older too. So being 53 works in my favor! lol

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