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I love to write, but I can’t write all the things. There just isn’t time.



I have always wanted to gear my blog toward the people who read my books. But surprise! Fans of my fiction don’t seem to care about blogs. Frankly, I don’t blame them. I don’t read the blogs of fiction writers either. As a result, I ended up writing blog posts more geared to writers than to readers of my novels. That’s not a

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“I trusted an untrustworthy man,”
Jennifer Becton, Charlotte Collins: A Continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

“I liked to imagine there was that kind of softness inside even the toughest of tough guys. In that regard, I guess I'm like most other women. I like the idea of these bad boys having soft nougat centers. Of course, not all men are like that. You brek them open, expecting nougat, and you end up with something disgusting like coconut. That's something that needs to be understood from the get-go. Some men are just assholes. Period.”
Jennifer Becton, Absolute Liability

“subtle glances of his own. Though the couple had been married for very nearly five years, Charlotte could tell that they still enjoyed each other’s company very much indeed, and she was quite certain that while not in company, they often sat much more closely. Charlotte’s observations were both encouraging and somewhat depressing, for she had never experienced such things. She had always sat as far from Mr. Collins as propriety would allow and looked on him as little as possible.”
Jennifer Becton, Charlotte Collins: A Continuation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

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message 1: by James

James Caterino Hi Jennifer,
Thanks for accepting and looking forward to following your reads and checking out your books,
Jim


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