Author Interview – Rebekah Raymond – “Life’s Defeat” & “Life’s Hope” (Mystery Thriller/Romance/Fantasy)

Hey there everyone.

Time for another amazing guest in the ongoing Author Interview Series.

It is with a huge amount of pleasure that I introduce you all to multi-genre author Rebekah Raymond, as she shares her writing experiences and we delve deeper into the world of her Mystery/Thriller/Fantasy series.

Thanks as always for reading and enjoy the show.

 

Hi there Rebekah, wonderful to have you over here to discuss your writing passions and your talent as a multi-genre author.

Thank you so much for having me.

Let’s start with your “Life Series”, where you have two books currently published – “Life’s Defeat” and “Life’s Hope”. Can you tell us a bit more about them both, the premise behind them, along with the series as a whole and how the events of the first book have lead on to the electrifying sequel.

The “Life’s Series” take place in a dystopian time where the government has abandoned support of the military after the failure of WW3. In response, the soldiers band together and employ genetic manipulation to make themselves strong enough for martial law.

Those who survive the procedure become able to self-heal, even to the point of resurrecting after their death. At least, until their genetic manipulation is exhausted and their bodies suddenly stop.

In “Life’s Defeat”, a soldier is abducted from the school she was raised and trained in. Brutally tortured and killed repeatedly by a sadistic criminal in search of the secret to her genetic superiority; she is eventually rescued and must decide how she will achieve revenge.

“Life’s Hope” is twelve years later. Tomlin is desperate to re-unite with our anti-hero, the soldier, when she returns after the death of their mentor and commander. But forces are tearing her apart, both physically and psychologically.

The “Life’s Series” is an exploration into the lives of these extraordinary people. Their intertwining relationships, their heartaches and terror, and the astonishing power of Life’s instinct to survive.

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I also notice that you are a member of NaNoWriMo, in addition to the Alexandra Writers’ Centre Society. Were both NaNoWriMo and the Writers’ Centre your main catalysts to encourage you to take the plunge to start crafting your Life Series?

I was challenged to join NaNoWriMo by a good friend. Yes, it prompted me to work on “Life’s Defeat” and flesh it out from a simple story to an entire novel, although I didn’t know at the time that I would pursue publishing it. Later I joined the Alexandra Writers’ Centre Society, and it turned out to be an amazing resource. I don’t use it as much as I should but I hope to change that in the future. The connections I have made through the society has definitely propelled my writing further however.

If your novels were to be made into films (or even a TV series), who would you cast in the lead roles?

Emily Browning for Seleah (the anti-hero soldier of “Life’s Defeat”).

Michael Fassbender for Tomlin (her love interest and co-main character in “Life’s Hope”).

Daniel Craig for Jakob StPatrick (their headmaster, commander and mentor).

Alfred Molina for Rochester (the villain of “Life’s Defeat”).

James McAvoy for Simonin (the villain of “Life’s Hope”).

What do you find the most difficult thing about writing? And what do you find the easiest?

For me, both questions have the same answer: the characters. Because I write by disassociation, the voices take over, and sometimes I find I can zone out, almost black out, for hours at a time. When I “re-awaken” I can then read what I dictated for them. Often, it is chilling. My people are tender, sometimes apologetic, but can also be horrifying and terror-driven. Sometimes it can be hard, knowing such words came from my own head. I try to be a good person. I believe in karma and balance and positive direction. So, writing a chapter where my protagonist is forced to repeatedly stab their lover until he bleeds out, or having another weigh the pros and cons of dying right now by bullet instead of later by an explosion, those can be terrifying to me.

However, I am only as proficient in my writing because my characters are so present in my head. My fellow writer friends often tell me how lucky I am to have so many voices talking at once, with such fleshed-out three-dimensional personalities. Seeing my friends struggle to put words to paper, I would have to agree.

Who are some of the authors and historical figures that inspire you?

I am inspired by the awesome gruesomeness of Edgar Allan Poe, the complex world building of Jacqueline Carey, the imaginative addiction of JK Rowling. I am humbled by the words of Maya Angelou and the dreams of Martin Luther King Jr. And there are so many Indies I have met and am proud to call my friends, who lift me up, who encourage and support me every day.

Lifes Hope Cover

What sort of research do you do to write your books?

My “Life’s Series” is brutal, gruesome, gritty and real. It involves murders, violence, suicide, drugs, weapons. I used to go to google and search for everything I needed, but since writing the first book I have learned that first hand knowledge and education is key. So, I have befriended people with degrees in these fields, read article after article of first-hand encounters. I seek out help from soldiers in the army and people who do martial arts. For the last book I finished in which the main character becomes blind half way through, I even went as far as to blindfold myself and observe the sounds of hand to hand combat, then recruited one of the masters to punch me in the face so I could experience receiving it without seeing it coming.

Why do you write? What inspired you to become a writer?

I write because I have to. Like music, like art, it is in my blood. I create because I MUST.

I have been writing as long as I remember, but becoming published was on my bucket list. When my daughter started reading and writing and creating her own stories, when I saw the way she valued books the way I do, that was when I really decided I WAS a writer, that I had to be one.

What keeps you motivated during creative slumps? How do you deal with Writers Block?

Thankfully, I have A LOT going on in my head creatively, at all times. So, when I have a block with one book I can usually jump to one of the others and edit, or write in it, or research for it.

Fortunately (sometimes less so) my characters are the bosses when it comes to the writing. I have had the odd character who has fallen silent, or literally tells me he doesn’t want to add extra strain to my schedule by making me write (no need to name names, he knows who he is). In these cases, I have changed focus to a new project, another short story, or divert my attention entirely by doing another creative project until the block passes.

Having said that, I have also used methods in the past such as writing a letter to my character, sending emails to them, or pretending to interview them. This usually irritates them enough to make them talk again.

You have access to a time machine. What advice would you give to your younger self?

Stand up, speak out, go for it and ignore what others may think.

I spent far too long worrying about what others would think of me. I could have done some very amazing things if I had just trusted in myself more than in the thoughts other people never had a chance to have.

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How do you spend your free time when you are not writing?

I love to create. I love to read. When I am not writing I either have my nose stuck on my kindle or in a paperback, or crocheting, painting, sewing. I make things for friends and family, craft with my children. Even when we are camping, something we do frequently in the summer, I always have ink and paper handy, my tablet with word, hooks and yarn nearby.

Tell us more about your upcoming projects. Are you working on anything specific or have plans in the pipeline?

I have the next book in the “Life’s Series” with my editor right now. It is called “Life’s Inception” and chronicles the life of Jakob StPatrick, who appears in “Life’s Defeat” and dies during “Life’s Hope”. It is going to be a game-changer. Written like a memoir, it is the first book in the series that does not have a single discernible villain from the beginning. It spans his life from birth to death, so we see a dynamic change in StPatrick’s growth, maturity, and opinions on life and love and the challenge of being one of the soldiers.

There will be another three books in the series, two of which have been completed and the last is in progress. At the voices request I have also begun a spinoff story.

On top of that I am always working on short stories that I would like to publish in a collection, called “Half-baked Truths”. These are stories from my own life. Anecdotes of events, milestones, all altered slightly and infused with humour or poignant viewpoint made to make you think.

Finally, are there any nuggets of wisdom that you can impart to other aspiring writers?

Write. When you stop, write more. Talk to other writers, connect with societies and fellow bookworms. Read, grow, learn you craft. Endeavour to improve, always. And remember, your name is on everything you put out there. So, make them polished. Edit, read, re-read, edit some more. Value your writing as how you value yourself. Then, you can’t really go wrong.

And that’s a wrap! Thank you for taking the time to introduce yourself to us Rebekah, we can’t wait to see what twists and turns your series takes as we delve into your written world further 🙂

Bio:-

Rebekah Raymond Profile Pic

By day Rebekah Raymond is simply Becca–Medical Claims Adjudicator, Academic Strategist, wife and mother of two. By night, she is Rebekah Raymond, Calgary writer of thriller/horror, romance, science fiction and fantasy.

Best known for her Thriller Life’s Series and her “half-baked truths” (read aloud at the local Open Mic Night), Raymond has a reputation of being overly kind and generous with sharing whatever knowledge and connections she has with other Indies.

Raymond is a proficient writer, working at her writing for hours nightly. She attributes her wildly disconnected plots and vivid characters to automatic and dissociative writing.

She is a member of NaNoWriMo and the Alexandra Writers’ Centre Society.

Rebekah can be contacted via the following Social Media channels:-

Facebook:- Rebekah Raymond – Author (FB)

Twitter:- @RRaymondAuthor (Twitter)

Website:- The Website of Author Rebekah Raymond

You can buy her books here:-

Buy Rebekah Raymond’s books in Canada

Buy Rebekah Raymond’s books in the UK/Europe

Buy Rebekah Raymond’s books in the US/Rest of the World

If you too would like to be interviewed on my blog at TooFullToWrite and you have a book or a series of books that you would like us to chat about then fill out the Contact Me form here with your details and we can arrange a future interview slot.

Still want more? Well, the protagonists in Rebekah’s books have an extraordinary and astonishing survival instinct, which drives them to solve the mysteries and injustice in their lives. For more articles on the theme of ‘Survive’ then check out the links below:-

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8. Poetry Moments – Rainy Sands
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11. Survive ~ Daily Prompt – Life as it happens to be
12. Invisible Illnesses – Infuse – Daily Prompt
13. Upside-Down Adventure – My Word Soup
14. Love Is Like A Wilderness – The Icognito Writer
15. Help Me Google Maps – Girl Writing
16. Hiraeth – Hiraeth
17. Survive – Having Fun Blogging
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19. “Survived to wander.” – Nomadic Adventurer
20. o que lhe inspira? – herrera blog
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25. Survive – Sugunag’s Blog
26. This, On Purpose – Habits (flash fiction)
27. Scottish Legend’s Blog – 200th post
28. He Will Survive – Life…As I Know It
29. A Spring Reprieve – stbarbebaker
30. The Showers of Blessing – God’s Healing Power
31. Liberty Leading the People – themanbehindtheglass
32. Moving Out! – the thoughts keeper
33. Bird Flying Solo – Preparing for Ramadan: a foodie’s view
34. They said that I’d survive – Debbie Gravett
35. THE ICONOPHILE – This Little Piggy…
36. Remnant of York Castle from the Time of the Vikings – Nes Felicio Photography
37. The rising of the dead – Sarahs Crazy Mind
38. Goodbye Ireland – I’m Sure We’ll Meet Again – Thirty by Thirty
39. Survive – Melinda J. Irvine
40. NeuroBead – Adrift
41. Swell Time – Salad
42. Survive – Tuba
43. Surviving Conflict – aroused
44. Abraham Lincoln survived how many of his four children? – This and That
45. World in chaos – World Imagined
46. Why Am I Here? – Focal Breeze
47. by a thread – Tiny Fawns Writings
48. Survive or Thrive – aroused
49. Survival Kit 101 – Kaleidoscope of my life
50. A Momma’s View – The Room To Be Yourself
51. Breaking through – By Sarah
52. Survivor – Dream Desire Achieve
53. Ifrikia Kengue – Revolutionising Media in Africa – NADJA
54. How my home save lives – The Agrotraveler
55. Survival – neilsworldofenglish
56. Survive… – My Random Ramblings
57. Survive – wayward content
58. what 3 months of TLC (tender love and care) can do – my sweetpainteddreams
59. The Miracles of Bayeux – Journeys of Len
60. I have to – prettydysfunctional
61. Alone – Leigha Robbins
62. Survive – travel387
63. Adrian Video Image – How to Survive 30 Days of…| #30 of 30-day Blogging Challenge
64. Not truly gone – kittysverses
65. Life On The Skinny Branches – Split Decisions
66. Survived, Hurt, Doesn’t Bleed – thoughts
67. To Survive, You Make a Move – LifeBlog
68. The connect – DeepikasRamblings
69. Survive – Awfully Charming
70. What Rhymes with Stanza? – survival mode
71. A Little Guidance (Episode 2) – Lifes Journey
72. y – they don’t tell you that
73. love letters and thoughts – Light Bulb: Persistence
74. Surviving Major Passages in Life-PHEW! – Shelby’s Starlit Crossing
75. Surviving self – abbisoul
76. Margret’s Life Journey! – Survive
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78. Light Motifs II – Seattle 2012
79. another quiet muse – The Corner and I…
80. Lessons learned… – Mum’s the Word Blog
81. Wading in the Deep – Making Muffins
82. Jibber Jabber with Sue – Little White Markers
83. Awe at mutuality – Your Creative Journal
84. Survive – Saige’s Stories
85. The Hypocrite’s Goose-egg – hannah t.k.
86. VirtuousParagon – Life is a Verb
87. Survive – The Hockey Mom Fit Life
88. Splendippity – Garden Goldfish
89. Tips Straight from the Horse’s, er Judge’s Mouth – jmwwriting
90. Survive – The Bag Lady
91. The Ubiquitous Burrito – The Calm Amidst the Storm: A Note from Melville On Surviving Ourselves
92. Feel – authoranonblog
93. Laurel Grove loves… – Dare you to try online dating?
94. Tangled Webs – A Call to Action
95. It’s OK not to be OK. – All Things In Time
96. 17 Ways To Be Inspired… – Success Strategies
97. ~144 Of 365~ – ……….365 Days………..
98. Persevere – Inner Whispers
99. a life-giving moment – Surviving the Crash
100. Overcoming my Quarter-Life Crisis: Gatorade and Aspirin are a Girl’s Best Friend – Jessica Ryan
101. How Appreciation Do Wonders?? – I Can Feel Around
102. Inquiry – Former Councillor Lorje – stbarbebaker
103. Life of a Nun – Playground game of death
104. Crusty Monkeys – Survive
105. To Survive.. – Golden Pink Journal
106. Life of a Garden Club, A Poem – The Apples in My Orchard
107. Giggles & Tales – The Daily Prompt – Survive!
108. Survive – britishsouthasian
109. Fear. Bravery. Courage. – Inner Alpha
110. RICHARD BERKSHIRE – Voluntary Eviction
111. Writing with Spirit – Gratitude in Adversity
112. Tips for Safer Summer Drives by Chris Woolston – Life off Uneven Pavement
113. Daily Prompt – Kelly Freestone – Survive
114. Evanescent..Just like Fireworks!
115. 13’th Invitationals of IPMS BA-Baguio – jenrcab
116. Forgive me, Father, it’s been 3 months since my last Breast Cancer diagnosis – Fox Fresh
117. LET’S PLAY LIFE – Rainbow
118. Born to Shop I’m not … – jansten56
119. I Survived – Adventures of a Busy Mom
120. Piqued by people – I think, I say, I do
121. Survive – A Thomas Point of View
122. Baby Bump – My Wife, the Stork.
123. Till Death Do Us Part – Phantoms In My Mind
124. Bubbles Bursting – thehouseofbailey
125. 83 Unsung Heroes – Beer Rates
126. A Tough Subject – Far Behind Me
127. WritersAndReaders – Learn How To Survive
128. Getting back to Primal instinct – EnVision ReVision
129. lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown – FORTUNATE MISFORTUNE
130. Netdancer’s Musings – Survive an 8 Second Ride
131. Hardy – Full-Time
132. Success Inspirers World – Humanity may not survive
133. Pirates – I don’t think I’m looking for too much in a man
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135. And Survival Looked Good on Me: An Open Letter – Inspiration & Adventure
136. Survive or Live? – The Indigo Pages
137. Sujiryun – Survive
138. Wide Eyed In Wonder – Where Do I Go To Next?
139. WOTD survive – Kimo’s Den Of Iniquity
140. Just This Thing – Laptop of the dome
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142. Survive–Daily Prompt – Fearless
143. The Romantic Quill – WEDNESDAY REFLECTION #18: free! free! free!
144. This One’s Reusable – A Lullaby – Felicity’s Mind Palace
145. Stuff, Things and Opinions – Manchester. A moment of peace.
146. Survive – short quote – In2Lauren
147. Survive – Book Meets Girl
148. A Final Fantasy Poem – Squabbles with Xouie
149. Inner strength – Self Evolve
150. Success Inspirers World – A word to leaders
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152. Who Ya Gonna Call? – Autism in Our Nest
153. Piper’s Adventures – Skipper’s Tall Tale: An Adventure in Persistence
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155. yochet – Surviving Disappointment -Crochet Puppet
156. Channeling Energy – Wind Kisses
157. The odds – Asma
158. Survive – Kerrstee
159. Lack of Direction – Zone of Non-being
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162. Survive Anger – Smell The Coffee
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166. Try something new – Don’t hold your breath
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174. This Moment – Open Your Heart!
175. SURVIVE – Grief Poetry
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180. I Will Survive – Run and Travel
181. The Things Of Us – A Short Conversation
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189. slideaways – MAYDAY !! MAYDAY !!
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191. Survive – Field Notes From Over The Hill
192. Survive, daily prompt – Blue Briars
193. Singer – for art lovers
194. La Tour Abolie – Pensioner in Crumbling Cliff-top Plunge, Almost
195. Exploring the World around us – Sea
196. Flowers and Breezes – Survive
197. 7 Reasons I Might Be A Survivor – Migraines From Hell
198. Crossing Colorado – Moved Back to the Metro Area of Denver, So What Now?
199. Enduring to Exist Eternally – As I was saying…
200. I can’t remember a time we were not about thrive… – cries from an unkempt garden
201. juantetcts – Daily Post
202. Heart Speaks xoxo
203. Everything and anything – Stop Looking
204. The Consulting Writer – After Two Relapses, Salvation Army’s ARC Got Us Through
205. Day 83: Success Is Found In Learning From Failure – Fifty Reasons Why
206. LadyLebz – Life as a Survivor on a Remote Tropical Island
207. Dodging Disappointments – stoneronarollercoaster
208. andsoitisborn – Survival
209. Messages to help people survive suicidal thinking – Bird Flight
210. Scrambled, Not Fried – Mids
211. Lost – Randomzb.
212. Charron’s Chatter – Die Hard
213. RoughHewnDiamond – Survive – A Memory
214. Survive? no! I wish to Thrive – whowokemeup
215. I’ve Been to Hellnar and Back – I’m a Writer, Yes, I Am!
216. Survive – Daily Prompt – Ladyleemanila
217. The silent victim of mental illness – thereforegodamaris
218. Survival in Digital World! – Vishal’s blog
219. Tequila 2 – pocket poet
220. DCMontreal: Blowing the Whistle on Society – Montreal Irish Community Has Old Sod Pulled Out From Under Them
221. War Torture – Zeckrombryan
222. The Last Pawn – Survive (Daily Prompt)
223. Survive And Thrive – Blissfully Bianca
224. Don’t Know How – emotionsoflife2016
225. The Differential Rates of Survival – Synapse
226. Code of the Wolf – THEGIRLVERSUSWORLD
227. Story Of A Leaf – Wings Of Poetry
228. Just Brittany Moments – NYC Driving!
229. AND THOSE…..SURVIVE – breathingpark
230. Do Not Annoy The Writer – A Thousand Acts Of Kindness
231. The Cat Chronicles – Daily Feline Prompt: Feline Survival
232. Drinking to Dead Relatives – CD-W, Author Flawed to Perfection
233. Survival Instinct going Extinct? – EnVision ReVision
234. The Summer that Might be Your Last – nosaintaugustine
235. Telling the Truth – Letting go my desire for survival
236. I am a Survivor – CEIN BEE
237. Guilt. Written in bone, not stone. – Zachary W Gilbert, Author
238. Tell the U.S. government to help living things (of all sorts) survive – Bird Flight
239. sixty, single and surviving – Beyond Survival
240. The View From My Window – A Thousand Winds
241. forget about me – writemebad
242. Chronicles of an Anglo Swiss – Survival of the fittest
243. Rickey Dobbs – How to survive in Utopia.
244. Write Here: Write Now – Sleeping with both feet outside the duvet
245. Kimberlee K. – Music Can Still Heal, Love Can Still Prevail
246. Relax – “I get by with…gonna try with…”
247. Stuck in Survival Mode – Joe Flair’s Mind
248. Walk with God – Got It Made!
249. Carry on – mslazyboots
250. Ups, Downs & Deviations – Rise
251. My Mother’s Daughter, My Father’s Son And My Husband’s Wife – The Lavender Diaries
252. Stress and Working in the Professional Service Industry
253. Stories That Survive Time – Site Title
254. Beautiful Slivers of Granite – Poetry, Fiction, Politics (PFP)
255. Traffic and Other Exhausting Problems with Living – Jacki Kellum
256. To All, to Each – Scribbles to Compositions
257. Vox Humbug – Survive and Advance
258. kwesi – survive
259. ….on pets and prisoners….. – daily prompt: survive
260. Winter Survival (a very short story) – Jittery Goat
261. Survival as My Revival – OneAndNone
262. Catapult to the afterlife – Afterlife Love Story
263. Survive – Ann WJ White
264. Another BIG step, just surviving – Depression, Stress, Money Worries and Me.
265. Strawberry smoothie bowl packed with flavor, protein and health benefits – art of being fabulous
266. Who Will Survive? – My Second Act, Scene One
267. Wanna Survive? – XDrive
268. Surviving Can Be Sad – damswriter
269. Rejected Regrets – Free The Truth
270. {mary’s chaoticwhitespace} – God is talking to me but my husband’s not listening
271. Cimmerian Sentiment – #8 What Are The Odds? (Waking Up Jayla)
272. Hot Dogs and Marmalade – Ominous Beginning
273. Survival is Not Mandatory – Michelle’s Multifarious Musings
274. Survive – wordsareallihavesite
275. a montanha luminosa – herrera blog
276. I wrote a book. Now what? – It’s a love hate sort of thing
277. Gloria Gaynor/Demi Lovato/Cake, I Will Survive – Lorraine’s frilly freudian slip
278. Cahlas Tawkin – Get On With It
279. We Survive – Written by Beth
280. An initiation into Tibetan history – Don’t hold your breath
281. Survival tips from Tornado Alley ⋆ Obsolete Childhood
282. Sea Turtle – Reactionary Tales
283. Piper’s Adventures – Soul Searching in the Grand Canyon
284. I Will Survive – The Mind of Nox
285. Five Bells – The Burning Archive
286. Dronstad – Desert War
287. All About Writing and more – Survive
288. Frank Prem – goodnight
289. Le Drake Noir – Week of prompts
290. Each Little Triumph – Essentially Rebellious
291. the15thday – intrinsically entwined with all that is being gay?!
292. Zombie Flamingos – Kitten Thursday, and not a moment too soon!!
293. The Flittering Soul – Of Sizes, Colours & Bad luck!
294. Survivor – My little storybook
295. Frank Prem – evidence to the commission of enquiry #5 left Flowerdale
296. Frank Prem – getting on (I said getting on)
297. sonja benskin mesher – .. in passing ..
298. thelonerose – A moment in time
299. Fortunate soul – My little storybook
300. Ride Hard: Bedroom Invite – Redux Of Rex
301. Buy Now, Pay Now – Just Writing!
302. Really Great Gift Ideas! – The Ridicule Of Boobies In Puberty: How Did You Survive?
303. Science Traveler – Holocaust Memorial, Miami Beach
304. Hot White Snow – Water, water, everywhere!
305. Review of Oliver Twist – Meg’s Magical Musings
306. Panic: Tracing it back to 1988 and earlier – Chronicles of an Orange-Haired Woman!
307. Muse of the Day – Everyday Strange
308. The Wandering Poet – Surviving the test of time
309. Designer Sophisticate – I’m gonna make, I’m gonna make it, I’m gonna make it…

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