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Dog Days of Summer e-chap


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  1. Gorgeous photos in this, Kristin. And your story - delish! Peace...

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  2. Kristin,
    As always beautiful photography. So many cute puppy dogs. What a treasure. I loved your Night Chores. Her reality is as refreshing and real as that cube of ice.

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  3. Thanks, Linda and Jodi. The voice in "Drip" is so strong. "Solstice" crept under my skin and stayed with me for a while. It's amazing how much can be done in just 101 words. I'm honored to be among you fantastic writers. I'm putting this e-book in my virtual library on my website.

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