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April 30, 2009

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Feeding the Grey Cells

Bravo to you for being a mommy first...always the rewarding choice.

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Natascha

Have a wonderful Mother's Day at home.

Mer

What a lucky kid to have a mom like you. My mom was always there for me and I appreciate her so much for sacrificing some of her life to help mold me into a young lady. Now as an adult she is my best friend although it wasn't always like that! Can't wait for the next Sookie! I reserved my copy yesterday at my local Borders. Happy Mothers Day!

miriam barnett

You are one of my fave authors these days because you know how to reach folks in all walks of life ~ your books, oddly enough, are amazingly comforting, I can't put my finger on it - perhaps its that they are like children's stories for grownups, fairies, maenads, shapeshifters, etc, but with an oddly innate joy streaming throughout. You have a great gift, Ms. Harris!

Charlaine Harris

Wow, thanks. My daughter is my last chick in the nest, and I'll really miss her. I still haven't gotten over the boys leaving, and now one has come back! I hope you all enjoy the next book, coming out this week.

kmhalde@yahoo.com

Charlaine you're writing is amazing; upbeat, mysterious, and humerous. I've read every Sookie book, including all the "in-between" and those within the compliation books you've done, Sookie included or not. I'm REALLY looking forward to the next book and then plan to read your other works. I'm really happy for you that you're taking the time to enjoy your family and participate in some of those memories that you only get one shot at. Have a wonderful Mother's Day, and please, KEEP WRITING!? Lol.

Hank Phillippi Ryan

Charlaine--you bring tears to my eyes. So lovely, and so wise.

But of course, you ARE traveling. Every one of your books that's in someone's home--you're there, too, right?

And without even going through airport security.

Happy Mother's Day. To all!

readerdiane

Enjoy your time with your daughter, it will never be the same again. But when you get back to touring-we'd love to see you in the Northwest.

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