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Date: February 18, 2012, 6:04 am

From: Agatha:
What a wfruenodl photograph. I can see why it is one of your favorites. I love that both the mom and the dad's hands were used to make the heart. So sweet.

Date: March 2, 2014, 11:43 am

From: Hendra:
regarding # 16 - I think it's because of the igmeary that comes up. There are so many shades of color within the African American race that it's natural to use terms like that. I see nothing wrong or offensive about it. To me, it helps me picture the character better. All you have to look at the make-up counter for the foundation colors for women of color and you'll see some of those same names. I also think it stems from authors being told they have to vary their words.I also know several teens with, I guess it would be "older sounding", less current names. Parents want their children to be able to get a job and hopefully not get teased about their names because they were named Marmalade or Can'Dace or something else outrageous. And I know a few teens who still use the old fashioned pen and paper diary. As for the chewing on the lip, fingernail biting and biting the tongue, that's a natural reaction or tell for some people. And not uncommon. Also I think authors may do it to show instead of tell.So my question is, is this list in jest, a warning on what not to do, or meant for some other purpose.

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