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Madeline Mora-Summonte

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Madeline Mora-Summonte is a writer, a reader, a beach-comber and a tortoise-owner. Many of her creepy little tales are out prowling in print and lurking online. Visit www.MadelineMora-Summonte.com for a taste of her work. Just be careful something doesn't taste you back. ...more

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Hunkering Down

The plan for this summer is to pretty much hunker down and Get. Things. Done. Somehow, life – and that includes everything from health to writing to cleaning - has gotten away from me. Keeping things on track is like herding tortoises back inside the house from the patio (believe me, it's harder than you think.) Time to start moving in a positive direction again!

 

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“Set wide the window. Let me drink the day.”
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Madeline Mora-Summonte I absolutely loved it! I hope you do, too. :)



Cathy wrote: "Hi Madeline!

Got your recommendation re: THE THING ABOUT JELLYFISH. So I'm actually reading that one right now.

It appears that great minds really do think alike! ;-)

Cath"



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Cathy Hall Hi Madeline!

Got your recommendation re: THE THING ABOUT JELLYFISH. So I'm actually reading that one right now.

It appears that great minds really do think alike! ;-)

Cath


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