Madeline Mora-Summonte

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Madeline Mora-Summonte is a writer and a reader, a beach-comber and a tortoise-owner. She is the author of the flash fiction collections, THE PEOPLE WE USED TO BE and GARDEN OF LOST SOULS. Her work appears in many publications, both online and in print, including HINT FICTION: AN ANTHOLOGY OF STORIES IN 25 WORDS OR FEWER (W. W. Norton, 2011.) Please visit her online at www.MadelineMora-Summonte.com.

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I love a good scary movie, but because I am a giant chicken, I rarely venture out to the theaters to watch them. I much prefer curling up on the couch with popcorn, my husband nearby, and the remote control in my hand so I can press "pause" if I get too freaked out.

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“My turn shall also come:
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“The time will come
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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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