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April 16, 2012

I always drive from my mind how much it costs to print a novel out for the writing group to review, not because the cost is exorbitant, but because the ROI is potentially so good. 

I do keep the receipt, though.

The hard copies get passed out at WUTA tonight. The soft copies are, I presume, already in the hands of those desiring them, or will be soon. I have four more readings on Monday nights, but nothing else related to the ghost novel to worry about until the WUTA review session next month.

Which means it’s time to start in on the faerie novel expansion. *cracks knuckles* 

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  1. April 16, 2012 12:23 pm

    Good luck dear, and don’t forget to come up for air, clean laundry and a kiss, as needed!

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