JoAnn’s Open Forum

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What’s on your mind?

  • Are you a fellow blogger who’d like to make a guest post?
  • Has something I’ve written, whether blogged or published incited you to post an impression or comment here?
  • Feel like posing a question to one of my characters, whether Charly, Dwyer, Genny, One of All, House,
    Marluk, Wardluk, or Sloydie?
  • Want to share an idea or thought related to a comment found on another page?

Here’s you opportunity! This space belongs to our community.

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5 thoughts on “JoAnn’s Open Forum

  1. It’s official! “The Last of Her Kind” now has readers in the United Kingdom and Germany…the first Kindle editions were downloaded this weekend. If any of my readers from overseas visit this page, I hope you’ll leave a comment!

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  2. I am really excited for you!! This has been a long time coming. It must be an awesome feeling to know that others are experiencing your long time labor of love.

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    1. Thanks…I hope more readers post reviews, good, bad or indifferent on Amazon and Goodreads.com. It is a process, sending your baby out into the world, ever prayerful it will be seen, heard…and find a life of its own.

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  3. Hey J. R….Just finished reading Last Of Her Kind and I loved it! I’m not just saying that because I like you either. I had a feeling you could write but WOW! Your descriptions…your imagination…your words….their meaning…..loved it all. CONGRATULATIONS! I can’t wait to tell people I knew you when…. 🙂
    Jim

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    1. Coming from a fellow writer whom I’ve long admired, ‘Wow’ back at ya! Thanks for taking the time to post! I may never have gotten this far had you not inspired me to self-publish. You were the first to use on-demand publishing, way back when it was in its infancy. It’s great to reconnect after all these years.

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