I'm the guy who traded a red paperclip for a house. This is my blog. It has an AWESOME background. Thanks.
Hello Kyle. I know this is probably THE naffest way to get in touch with you but I just wanted to drop you a line and say hello. I have today just finished reading your book and I found it absolutely awesome. I particularly liked the under-lying theme that anyone can achieve a dream if they only stick to it and have faith in themselves. I had a dream too and mne started when I was only 7 years old which was prcisely when I decided I was going to be a writer. I turned 51 this year and last year had my first children's boo published, with the same publisher commissionng two sequels. That particular series has finished now but I have just started researching a new book.Don't get me wrong - I have had plenty of success along the way, published hundreds of articles, features and poems, earning some great commissions and winning anumber of awards, but that book was the first BOOK to be published by anyone other than myself and I knew I had wated my whole life for that dream AND I MADE IT just like you did.So many congratulations to yourself and Dom and everyone who accompanied you on your journey.And thanks for writing such a great book which I just know I will read again and again.And finally I was knocked out to find you have a blog on Blogspot because I started mine a year ago and mine is on:www.jphl.blogspot.com/Be good to hear from you but don't feel pressured.Best wishes,J P Henderson-LongEngland
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