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Lori Anderson

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in Roanoke, VA, The United States
March 29, 1969

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I've led a very eclectic life!


I'll start with my first real-world job. It's as far from jewelry design as it could possibly be -- four years in the US Air Force. Joining right from high school, I spent a year in California learning Korean, and then off to Osan AB, Korea, to work an Intel position. Lots of fun (except for chemical warfare exercises), but no beading. I never even thought of it.


After four years in Korea, I left the military for the civilian world and held a few different jobs, mostly in marketing. While marketing didn't have a thing to do with making cool things, it DID give me a solid background that I now use everyday in how to market myself and my company.


A quick jaunt to Italy occurred when I realized I was never going to
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Lori Anderson Lori Anderson said: " This book made me sad on a bunch of levels. Holden is obviously so messed up in side, but he has a deep love for certain people and things, and his way with words spoke to me -- like if only someone would pay attention and HELP this kid, he'd be some ...more "

 

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“Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment.”
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M.T. Acquaire Hi Lori! Thank you for accepting our friend request :)

We would love for you to check out our new book trailer for our young adult urban fantasy novel, Marty Boggs & The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb.

http://youtu.be/P2KSCGv56iQ

We look forward to hearing what you think!

M.T. Acquaire
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Lori Anderson Yeah, why does crochet get the short end of the stick, LOL?


message 1: by Toni

Toni berkshire Hi, Lori - glad to meet you. Knitting books sounds good. I just finished, 'Died in the Wool', and Knit fast, Die Young, by Mary Kruger and Indigo Dying by Susan Witting Albert. Personally, I crochet, but haven't found many murder book series about crocheting, yet.


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