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April 19, 2007


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Janet Grace Riehl

Deb, I love the photo! It's a wonderful example of a creative life in its own right. You've also set up the interview and the information in a very helpful and cozy way. Good luck on your trip. May all be well.

Janet Grace Riehl, author "Sightlines: A Poet's Diary," www.riehlife.com

Ray and Bernadette

Deborah, thank you for highlighting the point, “To center you will need to step outside the culture.” Eric’s response is good fuel for our fire. As creatives, “looking conspicuous” is something we both had to come to terms with the minute we made the decision to publish our book. It is a challenging process to wear so many hats and still maintain a sense of balance as a couple. We look forward to many ten second moments! All the best.

Ray and Bernadette
Publishers, “Bernadette’s Pages: An Intimate Crossroad,”

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