D.M. Dutcher

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The End

I probably will be deleting this site tomorrow. I unpublished my book, and that’s that.

I wish I could say it was fun, but it wasn’t. No one cared about my book, although I don’t blame them. Everyone cared about using me, but hey, that’s life. I don’t have any energy to give to others any more. I realized that really, no one cares about Christian fiction or geekery save a tiny group of people, e...

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Published on March 15, 2016 01:17
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D.M. Dutcher Kristen wrote: "Hey, I just noticed that you just published your first book! Congratulations! I hope that it does well!"

Thank you, I hope so too. I have a lot more respect for self-published people now: it's a lot scarier than you'd think!

Kristen Hey, I just noticed that you just published your first book! Congratulations! I hope that it does well!

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D.M. Dutcher It's a sad day. Borders Books and Music is filing for liquidation unless they can get a last minute white knight to buy them.

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