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July 20, 2010

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Diane LaRue

I grew up near Canandaigua and this brings me back to childhood. I can't wait to read it and thanks for the info on the signing, I'll be there.

bermudaonion (Kathy)

I heard Ilie speak on a panel when I was in New York and she is just fascinating. It sounds like she was born to be a writer.

Dawn - She Is Too Fond of Books

Ooh! I hadn't read that the Clarisse character was inspired by a former neighbor on the lake - what a wonderful way to acknowlege the encouragement she gave Ilie when she was a very young writer.

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