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A note from Nora: In a perfect world, it would be. In a perfect world, every book written would satisfy every reader. Respect, however, is a different matter because respect is, at the base, a choice. We can all choose to show respect. I choose to respect my readers, and those who may become my readers by first, writing the best book I can.
Happily, I find most readers also choose respect. Happy, enthusiastic, polite, patient. I always loved hearing it, and loved experiencing the truth of it.
I choose to respect my readers when I meet them, by trying to give them a little time, a little conversation even over a six-hour signing as we just experienced last month at Turn The Page. I choose to respect my readers on-line. The amazing Laura speaks for me there, most often.
But here, on-line, is where that two-way street often turns into a sudden and surprising one-way path. Something about the lack of face-to-face can eliminate basic manners and courtesy.
Anybody can go on there, anonymously, and praise or defame a book. Every bit of it, rude and pretty stupid crap. Respectfully here, and wherever this post may end up, I write my own books. I always have, always will. I do not, and never will use a ghost writer. But I will have written it.
Fun, yes, and work, too. I chose to write, I chose to write hard.timberdesignmag.com is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want. BACK. Nothing to Hide.
Hello world! This is Greg. I've brought you "The So-called Game" and a few other writings here on "Gangs and At-Risk Kids.". The character that I’m trying to name is basically a psychic that can only use his powers while he is fighting.
He has five swords from a giant buster sword all the way down to a small blade, because I based him off an artist that draws a picture using his swords as he fights. Watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Live. Get a degree view of the floats, balloons and performances, live from New York City.
Some may say this song reads like a suicide note, with notes on depression. If you look deeper, you will find this song is a message of wanted hope, someone finding a reason to live. BACK. Nothing to Hide. Hello world!
This is Greg. I've brought you "The So-called Game" and a few other writings here on "Gangs and At-Risk Kids.".