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Emma Kinna

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Emma Kinna was born and raised in Upstate New York, where she currently attends college, does yoga, and works on promoting her YA novel, "A House Afire."
She plans on becoming a Foreign Service Officer, Librarian, Museum Curator, Beach-resider, World-Traveler, Magazine Editor, and Super Spy in the very near future. Take a look at her blog, or leave a message on her facebook fan page, "A House Afire."

So I'm in Paris right now and haven't been blogging about books (although I've read about ten since coming here, it's been really great- Shakespeare and Co, man). I might review Low Red Moon and Rosebush pretty soon, since I did read them both after buying them in the Belfast airport. (Rosebush was pretty great, and Low Red Moon isn't bad, but admittedly there were times that I asked myself "Wh... Read more of this blog post »
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Emma Kinna Thanks, I appreciate it! I just added yours, too.


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Saxon Henry Hi Emma: Glad to be connected. I listed your blog on mine; http://theroadtopromise.blogspot.com/


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