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November 24, 2006


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I am finding myself getting into this tale of woe and would like to get under the covers and read the whole thing.

lol - your comments crack me up! Glad you had a good Thanksgiving. Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

It's about time the rest of the world had a good taste of your childhood writing! I am so proud of you and happy for your writing success. I love you sister!

What a page turner, Frema!! I'm looking forward to next week's installment. :)

I totally love this storyline. It totally reads just like the other teen drama books I loved so dearly as a pre-teen. How I would flip to find a copy of "Satin Slippers: To Be A Dancer" again. Ahhhhh.

I also love the way age seventeen means being a big boy and picking up the pieces of your mistakes. Bwa!

Finally, I got a real kick out of Jenna knows without being told, that they "created a daughter." Ultrasound - $400; Visit with an OBGYN - $200; Introspective knowledge of a boyfriend-stealing teenager - priceless.

Also? I isn't big on proofreading.


I wonder if ol' David would work at McDonald's day and be one the workers on those commercials that talks about what a supportive family the place is for its employees.

I love how they aren't that worried about being 17 and HAVING A BABY.

And sitting in bed calling yourself a "mommy to be"? Yeah, I never did that. I swear.

I also never wrote out "Mrs. King" before I got married. I swear.

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