London Mabel

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“I know I was writing stories when I was five. I don't know what I did before that. Just loafed, I suppose.” (PG Wodehouse)

My first long story was a never-ending adventure of a girl and her dog who time traveled by hitting their heads on various objects. In grade 7 I turned to writing salacious novels about my friends which included a kidnapping whenever I hid the midpoint slump. I’m still friends with the first girl I wrote one of said salacious novels with.

At time of publication I was a receptionist living in an old apartment in Montreal, Canada with a couple cats and a rotating cast of gentlemen callers.

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London Mabel Alex wrote: "I am very much amused that you used the word unputdownable in a review."


Oh no! lol I didn't even realize it. Though I just checked my computer dictionary (Oxford American) and apparently it IS a real word!


Alex S I am very much amused that you used the word unputdownable in a review.


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