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Many people have asked me why I decided to use a pseudonym for my suspense novels, and I have never had a quick, simple answer. If you're wondering why someone would take on more names than they could comfortably hoist around, then read this.
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Kate, glad to see your blog! I have been a fan since your first book. Keep up the work.
February 27, 2007 at 12:44 PM
Thanks Shelby! I'm glad to see you at my blog. Out of over a hundred people who have browsed here, you're the second to speak up. It reminds me of an online writing course I used to teach. It was a college course and people were there earning credits, so I had to track participation. Strangely, some students consistently showed up (invisibly, in cyber space, like hovering ghosts) but never spoke up. I guess that's just the deal with the Internet: it's easy to hover and lurk, but you never have to make your presence known. Anyway, welcome, and thanks for the hello!
Kate Pepper |
February 27, 2007 at 07:50 PM
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