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  1. Darrin,
    I really enjoyed the program at Bethel today. I am looking forward to reading both “Revenge” and “Girl” but am trying to determine which one to start with! They both appear to be great reads, so I will probably start on one while my husband Lee reads the other. Thank you for the information and encouragement you provided. I think it will come in quite handy for Lee! (And who knows, I may delve into writing more myself now.)
    Looking forward to starting two great new journeys, Amy Smiley

    • Thanks for your comment, Amy. It was a great turnout at the reading, and the audience questions were outstanding! I guess I would say start with REVENGE, if for no other reason than because it’s my first. It also may be a slightly more “accessible” book than GIRL, but then again, it probably depends on who you ask.

      Thanks for the link to Lee’s writing. I’ll definitely take a look as soon as I have a chance — looking forward to it.

  2. P.S. You can check out some of Lee’s writing on his blog:
    I’m a little biased, but he’s got some great stuff on there!


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