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My friend shared with us tonight that she typed out those words at the bottom of her manuscript.
Her teenaged son said that when you read a book, you don’t see those words at the end of the book. She pointed out that she didn’t give a damn about that. Putting those words down, at the end of a manuscript you’ve been working on for a long time is huge. And vital.
I know. And I am so proud and pleased for my friend.
I don’t feel like I can share much about her book today except to say that it is a memoir and a poignant story that came out of her extremely unique 9/11 experience. And it is heart wrenching and heart warming and thoroughly fascinating.
In time, I will tell more.
But for now, rejoice with me and her in those words that mark the end of a long journey, and which lead her down the path to the beginning of a new one.
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