I am a writer and a published author, with another book on the way. I joined NAIWE a couple of years ago, but never took advantage of the memberships, which I will remedy now. I notice that my favorite book expert is giving a teleseminar tomorrow, which I will attend on the phone. Nina amir is a talented lady, so attend if you can.
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sandwiches folded in wax paper, cold fried chicken,
courtesy of my mother.
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