Linda Erday
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About Me (Biographical Stuff):
I'm a mom, a small animal veterinarian, and a person who writes to sort out life.
Writing Interests, Goals & Published Works:
I like writing short stories and some short creative non-fiction. I've had a few stories published here and there, but am still waiting for a big book deal.

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At 11:19am on September 10, 2008, John Leslie Butchart said…
Where ya been, gal? Good to see you here.
At 3:59pm on September 11, 2008, Gary Floyd said…
Hey Linda nice to see you. We missed you this year.
At 12:55am on September 12, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Hi Linda! It was sad not to be on the mountain this year. Let's hope that the fates smile on us and we'll see each other next summer.
At 12:10am on November 16, 2008, Carole Mehle said…
Linda, It just didn't feel right not having you on the Magic Mountain this year. Come back!
At 10:34pm on November 16, 2008, Carole Mehle said…
Hi, Linda. That picture of me is from my brother's wedding this summer. I was the maid of honor. I couldn't find one of me from Wildacres and I don't think I look much like Mark Twain. Emily Dickinson, maybe...
At 9:48am on January 9, 2009, charlotte Matthews said…
hey there friend....this is neat.

Charlotte

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