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Jacqueline K. Ogburn

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Jacqueline K. Ogburn

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Jacqueline K. Ogburn Poorly. I am a horrible role-model as a writer, very little discipline, and way too easily stumped. There are several half-finished books on my comput…morePoorly. I am a horrible role-model as a writer, very little discipline, and way too easily stumped. There are several half-finished books on my computer, moldering away like half-eaten pizza.(less)
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“Yeah, yeah, whatever.” Allegra was trying not to smile, so I think she saw it too.”
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Kaethe I really feel honored by your friend request. Reading Scarlett Angelina Wolverton-Manning aloud to my daughter's first grade class is one of my best memories. Thank you for that!

Squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!

Okay, now I'll resume being an adult, but know I'll be fangirling on the inside.


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