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Post by DeAnnaCameron » Fri June 10th, 2011, 7:17 pm

I print out a new version and read aloud to my husband while making notes.


I love the thoroughness of your process! No wonder your stories always seem to unfold so effortlessly. What really astounds me, though, is the power of persuasion you must possess. I could never convince my husband to sit still long enough to listen to me read my work. Bravo!!
DANCING AT THE CHANCE, love and vaudeville in Old New York (Berkley/April)
THE BELLY DANCER, a novel of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair (Berkley/out now)

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