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Subscriber since: May 2011
Location: Avon, IN
Author of fiction novels, including action/suspense thriller: The Thread.
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Its multiple, diverse meanings allow me to tease the reader over the true meaning of the title of my novel, The Thread.
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It embellishes without adding anything meaningful.
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