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March 10, 2009


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S, Krishna

I listened into the last half and really liked it! I can't wait for the Adriana Trigani chat!


I was so glad to hear Ms. Hendricks say she didn't start writing until she was 50. I've always wanted to write but never have found the time...yet. Lately I've been thinking it's getting too late, but she gave me hope that maybe it's not!

Sheri S.

I really enjoyed the discussion! Ms. Hendricks hinted that she may end up writing a follow-up to "The Laws of Harmony" and I really hope so because I really loved the book :)

My review of the book can be found here:


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