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James C. Duckett

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Average rating: 4.28 · 90 ratings · 41 reviews · 2 distinct works
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Sometimes September C. Fawkes scares people with her enthusiasm for writing and reading. People may say she needs to get a social life. It'd be easier if her fictional one wasn't so interesting.

September C. Fawkes graduated with an English degree with honors from Dixie State University, where she was the managing editor of The Southern Quill literary journal and had the pleasure of writing her... Read more of this blog post »
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James C. Duckett Author Anna del C. wrote: "Nice to meet you, James. How is St George? Here, a bit chilly this morning. But I don't like your Summers. :)"

Yeah, the summers can get brutal. It takes a year or two to acclimate but now I'm used to it. I even run through the summer and it doesn't bother me too much anymore.

It is better than driving in the snow, in my opinion. I love St. George!


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Anna Dye Nice to meet you, James. How is St George? Here, a bit chilly this morning. But I don't like your Summers. :)


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