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May 11, 2012


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What a touching story about that father. How wonderful that you've received such positive feedback for your books. That's definitely a huge reward for all the hard work of writing them.

Camille Minichino

It hardly gets better than that, Peggy. We usually think of only nonfiction as having great impact, but not so!

Susan Shea

Peggy, I smiled at your story about your first fan. I actually said something like, "Who, me?" the first time it happened to me! My brain went into shock - someone read my book without my asking him to?! A wonderful reward for all those lonely, frustrating months, eh?

Margaret Lucke

Thanks, all! It's true -- connecting with readers is such a wonderful reward. And Camille, while nonfiction can have impact, I believe good fiction has even greater power to move and inspire people.

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