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February 01, 2013


I'm sorry, Sharon. But I know you will soon be doing something wonderful!

The best is yet to come. You have my admiration. You had an idea, and saw it through and made it a success. I always loved seeing those Mobile Libris cards at readings and was proud to tell the bookseller that I knew you, that we're friends.

What a beautiful success story. Are you ready to create another one?? How about Nuclear Family? It's just waiting for you to write it!!

So proud of all you have done and I can't wait for what will be!

Aw, I'm sad to just now hear about this! (I was just looking up the site to recommend it to a friend.) I loved working with Mobile Libris when my YA books came out several years ago. Mobile Libris came out to sell books at two different bars in Manhattan and at the Bowlmor Lanes Union Square location, which is also no more. They did a great job and took all the stress of selling books at an event off my shoulders. Mobile Libris will be sorely missed!

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