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November 14, 2009

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Kate

I will try to swing by the Biography Bookstore. And if anyone is upstate, I recommend Red Fox Books in Glens Falls, NY.

http://www.redfoxbookstore.com/

Violette Reid

I try to support many indi-bookstores. They are in need of business and usually have great service. There are some truly awesome ones here in Atlanta like Bound to be Read Books, Medu Books, Shrine of the Black Madonna, and many more!
Violette L. Reid, author of "The First Chronicle of Zayashariya: Out of Night" and "Violette Ardor: A Volume of Poetry." www.violettereid.com

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