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Ninie Hammon

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in Socorro, New Mexico, The United States
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I was born in Socorro, New Mexico, sometime shortly after the earth cooled off. It’s clear that from the outset my parents never intended for me to amount to anything. How could I? With a name like “Ninie?” Please.

Fame and fortune do not come to people named Ninie Bovell (My maiden name.) Gabriella Bovary? You could work with that. Even something as pedestrian as Madeline Bovell or Rebecca Bovell or (though you’d lose points here for lack of originality) Elizabeth Bovell. But Ninie? I never had a chance.

If I sound a mite hostile, bear in mind that in one decisive stroke my parents sentenced their precious newborn daughter to a lifetime of explanations that began my first day at Muleshoe Elementary School. (Yeah, Muleshoe. The hits just keep
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I have to write this REALLY fast. Please pardon hte typos; don’t have time to edit. Things change QUICK on Amazon and I have to post this while it’s still true.


In the newspaper business, we used to call stories like this a “Hey Martha.” That’s defined as: a story so stunning Billy Bob actually sets down his beer and yells, “Hey, Martha…you gotta see THIS!”


Here it is…are you ready for it?


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Dale Thele Ninie, thank you for accepting my friend request.
I've downloaded and look forward to reading Five Days in May.
Wishing you the very best!


Dustin Ninie wrote: "Good to meet you, too. Dustin. Are you a writer or a reader or both?"

Aw, thank you, Ninie! I'm a bit of bit, actually.. though more of an avid reader than anything. I really need to write consistently!
BTW, I loved your article, "What EVERY writer MUST tell EVERY Fan" I found it most wonderful, uplifting, and informative!


message 2: by Ninie

Ninie Hammon Good to meet you, too. Dustin. Are you a writer or a reader or both?


Dustin Hi, good day to you, Ninie!

I hope all's well with you and yours.:)


Thank you for being my friend, I really appreciate it.


Have a wonderful day, enjoy the rest of your week!


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