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August 06, 2018


Liz Milliron

Awww, thanks so much for the kind words, Hank and for having me today. (Yes, it is still baseball season. I am hoping my Pirates didn't blow it all last month!)

Anne Slates

Really enjoyed reading this. Can't wait to read the book! See you Saturday. With Jam.

Susan Neace

I spent my career as a legal aid lawyer in Ky. Many years ago the god of co-incidence sent me two unrelated cases where each client, after moving to Ky, got notice of a hearing in Washington state regarding their eligibility for certain benefits - one over food stamps, the other unemployment. The local legal aids in Washington each turned down the client referral. With the consent of the Administative Law Judge in each case, I represented each client in the phone hearing and won both
Woody Allen said in one of his books that 90% of life is just showing up

Hank Phillippi Ryan

Yup, just showing up. This is SUCH a great day..YAAAY! xoo

Liz Milliron

Anne, I forgot...JAM!

Susan, my public defender source is full of stories. I'm sure you are, too. And yes, showing up is so important. Thanks for commenting!


Congrats on the debut! I love how generous people are with writers because it means I get so many more books to enjoy.

Deb Romano

Congratulations! I've been following you around the Internet waiting to hear this good news! Looking forward to your book. If Hank likes it, I'm sure I will, too.


Liz Milliron

Thanks Mark and DebRo! I hope you like it, too!

Char James-Tanny

I can't wait to read the book! Congratulations :-)

Liz Milliron

Thanks, Char!

Marla Bradeen

What a lovely story, and one I can very much relate to. I tend not to want to ask people stuff. I always feel like I'm intruding on their time. But you're right. People are usually more than willing to help and very generous with their knowledge. Congrats on the upcoming release!

Liz Milliron

Thanks, Marla! You are so right. I also feel like I'm "taking up their time." Of course I had to get over that because there are things I needed to know. Fortunately, people were so wonderful in their responses it was easy to get past that "intrusive" feeling!

Liz Milliron

Susan Neace - you're the winner! Please email me via my website (http://lizmilliron.com) to claim your book.

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