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At 2:30pm on October 16, 2012, Wanda Campbell said…

Charles, Thankyou so much for the welcome! I am looking forward so some interesting reads. I am also thinking about adding a insert from the book I am working on "Grandma's Biscuits" for some honest opinions. My Best to you, Wanda

At 3:19pm on October 15, 2012, Jim Casada said…

Charles--All of this stuff is pretty much a mystery to me, but I think I've pushed the right buttons to add you as a friend.

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At 8:29pm on July 15, 2010, Rob Neufeld said…
Charles, thank you for keeping in touch with me. I’m interested in your upcoming book. Which of the others have a southern mountain setting? Yours, Rob
 
 
 

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