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October 21, 2006


les in ne

I agree with Andi. It's a great review and your picture is lovely. Truly.


Lisa, you look lovely (if a little serious) and you have blue eyes to die for.


Lisa Guidarini

Andi, you lovely person! Thanks so much for the kind words. Very glad you stopped by and hope the Masters thesis is going well, speaking of writing.


Lovely pic, and a fabulous review. Your writing ability continually astounds me!

Lisa Guidarini

Yes, on we shall go! Onward and hopefully upward, etc.

Right now I'm just glad to see the proverbial tail end of this weekend, and tomorrow I'll be able to sleep in 'til 7:00, which will be sheer luxury. Perhaps that'll put me in a better mood.


Aw Lisa, lovely pic and I think you are like the rest of us, I hate to see my own picture nor do I do much mirror time.If you knew the lengths I went to to get the only half decent pic of me onto the Transita website.Ruth took that whilest a group of us were visitng Carlyle's house in London about 2 years ago and I had to get her to crop it and edit it to portrait.
I too am loving the blogging/ freelance writing world and though it barely buys me 4 books a month in earnings I'm getting a huge buzz out of contact with writers and publishers.
We'll soldier on shall we!

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