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In the pause: Pub Day for my book has arrived—Emerson Page now belongs to the world

unnamedToday, Emerson Page enters the world. I’m so excited for you to meet her. The book is now available on Amazon at http://amzn.to/2lgZykV. Thank you to everyone who helped us get to this day. What a feeling! I’m so glad and grateful I could burst. I hope Emerson has a long, inspiring life and that she enriches your life as much as she’s enriched mine.

I would love it if you would leave a review on Amazon and Goodreads. Also, I’d love for you to share a picture of the book on social media in any kind of creative way you’d like.

Thank you, thank you, thank you. Here’s to dreams chased and created!

 

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