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Favorite Book
at the moment it's the Giver by Lois Lowry
About Me:
I'm Lyn Bardwell, a senior in the Professional and Technical Writing and Editing program at Weber State University.

I'm currently learning how to integrate Web 2.0 technology (wikis, blogs, social networking) and business. Some other classes I've enjoyed are "Magazine Article Writing," "Critical Approaches to Literature," and "Children's Literature."

I hope to make a living as a writer someday. But while raising my two beautiful boys, I wish to pursue only freelance, part-time, or work-from-home situations.
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http://bardingwell.wordpress.com

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At 4:40pm on November 8, 2009,
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Of course, I'm honored.
At 11:15am on November 7, 2009, John Gorman said…
Thanks a bunch. Behind the Book is truly an extraordinary foundation run by some dynamic women who are not only passionate about literature, but also about sharing the gift of literacy, learning, and exploring one's creativity.

By all means tell people about them. The flap of a single butterfly's wing can change the world.
At 4:16am on November 5, 2009, atharva p pandit said…
haaaaaaaaa!!!!! Thanks
 
 
 

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