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Andrea Penrose/Andrea Pickens/Cara Elliott
historical romance author
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We're all lucky to have have LOTS of wonderful memories.
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Thank you!
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Yes, seconding that, Anne. Our Wenchly community is amazingly special. Thank you!
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So glad you enjoyed it, Juanita. Thanks for being part of the Wench family!
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We so delighted you enjoy sharing our posts and books recommendations, Teresa. Trust me, we spend a lot of time isolated in the writing cave, so this special camaraderie we all have is really wonderful for us too. I find so many new-to-me books from our readers, so I love the monthly book post too.
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We love the international reach of the Wench family too, Vicki. As I said above, love of books, history and reading knows no borders, so it such fun to share what we find interesting with our friends all around the world.
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Can't tell you how much those sentiments mean to us, Linda.
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What a lovely quote, Janga. Thanks so much for sharing it, and your wonderful friendship with all of us over the years. I'm so glad (and humbled) that you enjoy the posts.
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Wow, I'm impressed LindaB! That's a LOT of reading! But so happy you are enjoying it.
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So glad you enjoyed the flower pics, Annette. Beauty is a balm for the spirits, and we've needed that this past year. It was special to put all these pics together for Jo, and I like to think she's smiling and enjoying her beautiful bouquet.
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Oh, please keep at the publishers, Faith!
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So glad you've enjoyed practicing your English with us, Laura. One of the wonderful things about the Wench family is that we're from all over the world, which is very heartening. Love of books and reading knows no borders!
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Trust me, Margaret, we ALL struggle. Writing is hard. That's why having the this camaraderie is special.
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So glad you enjoy what we do here, PJ! It's a mutual admiration society, as we love your blog and appreciate all you do for romance. Hope to see you at RWA! (What a lovely tribute to Jo!)
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Love and friendship is indeed important in life, Kantu. So glad you're a part of what we have here.
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Thanks for such kind words, Sue. The friendships we've formed with you and all our readers is incredibly special to us. I hope you sense how much the connections mean to us. That you enjoy our books means the world to us.
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So glad you enjoy the book recommendations, Kathy.I find so many great new ones from my fellow Wenches and our readers.
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Thanks so much, Theo! You aren't a stray—you are family!Looking forward to lots more yeard together!
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Yes, let's hope publishers realize how much readers enjoy audible, especially in this busy world. They are great to listen to while driving or doing errands. (Though I have to confess that I find my mind wanders with audible. I seem to need to see the words to keep myself focused.Maybe it has to do with my visual background.)
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Thanks, Quantum. That's such a lovely image—Jo telling stories to the angels! Glad you enjoyed our flower bouquet. How fun that you have a double petalled poppy!
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Thanks, Jenny!
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Thanks, Christina.So true about the sisters of the heart. And all of our readers are very special to us as well. It's a wonderful Wench community
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Thanks for all the lovely comments, everyone. We feel very lucky to have you all as part of our wonderful Wench family!
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Nancy, I agree—The Age of Wonder is an amazing book, and was the catalyst for me getting interested in Regency science. I heartily recommend it to any of our readers. And thanks for the fascinating description of the 3_D printer. I'm dying to see one in action—sounds amazing! (And if you get that regency gown, we need to see a photo!)
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I agree, Sue. My own experience in science is rather pathetic, but I appreciate reading about the people who excelled. And I also enjoy trying to grasp basic concepts that eluded me in school. It's fun to try to learn new things!
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