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VL Towler

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VL Towler last won the day on September 12 2016

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About VL Towler

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    severedanovel.com

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    Portsmouth, NH
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    squash, squash, and more squash. good food. Arabic music (newly discovered....like R & B); languages (can't count 'em); Black people (but I don't live near them, unfortunately).

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  1. I want to thank Mel Hopkins for her exhaustive review of Severed, A Novel. I am so grateful for her insights. It's fascinating to see how people interact with my characters. It's even more intriguing when they see things I did not see myself.  Watch her space. She's up and coming. We need more writers like her who are willing to put the time in, to be thoughtful, critical, yet supportive. Thank you, Mel. You do me the greatest honor, to critique a novel written for Black women. 

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    2. Mel Hopkins

      Mel Hopkins

      I adore you, @Troy ! Thank you for all you do for us writers, readers and everyone in between!

    3. Troy

      Troy

      Back at you Mel.  When we connect I wanna hear more about your NDE Sounds like a tragic accident became an enlightening experience. @VL Towler I don't recall.  Have we ever talked about your Wheatley award experience?  Did you attend? So far every book I encountered was positively reviewed--it looks like a good reading list...

    4. Mel Hopkins

      Mel Hopkins

      "When we connect I wanna hear more about your NDE Sounds like a tragic accident became an enlightening experience. "

      Yes it was! I will do my best but it is a winding road that took me off a path.  At times, I don't even feel like myself but then I can remember my life as far back as 2 years old... so at least no one walked-in to my body.  I think "they" just kept the door open.

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