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Where can I buy your book?
Thank you so much for asking, but I don’t have a full-length book out yet. I have many stories and poems published, though, and you can read most of them for free online. Others you can buy physical copies of. The full list is here.
Can you give me writing advice?
I’m really not an expert, but I do enjoy sharing the things I learn along the way, which you can find scattered throughout this category tag of my blog.
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Do you do book reviews?
Occasionally I blog about a book I love, but I am not open to solicited reviews.
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On a case-by-case basis. Shoot me an email and we’ll talk rates.
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