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Get Ready For January 2013!

Hey you beautiful guys and dolls! I'm ready to tackle the New Year and my New Ink in the Book!

Tomorrow, I'll be posting the complete and full (crammed full, actually!) schedule for Operation Agent Ink, which will lead up to the Pitch Opportunity Feb. 8 and 9!

I will also be posting my reflections of 2012 and the changes I anticipate for the coming year.

And, I'll reveal the brand new Ink in the Book and the plans I have for my lovely blog. (Yes, I love my blog, my followers and all those who visit on a regular, or not so regular basis!)

I hope you all had a marvelous Christmas and a Happy New Year. I feel so refreshed and ready to tackle the writing world. I can hardly wait to get back to my ink pen!!

How about you? How was your holiday? Are you excited about the new year and what it holds? Have any new plans?

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    1. It's great! I promise! Well, I think it is anyway!See you tomorrow!!

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  2. Happy New Year! Look forward to your plans and reflections!

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  3. Don't you just love new starts and fresh ideas? I do! I love what I learned about myself and my writing this last year, and I love the doors that are already opening this year. A bit scary? Indeed. But exciting!

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  4. My Holiday was great, and I'm hoping that yours was too! I'm excited for what you're doing to the blog. It's going to be awesome, I'm sure!

    There's nothing like starting new and fresh for the New Year. It always makes me excited. :)

    Best,

    Alexandra~

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  5. My holiday was wonderful, thank you. And congratulations on your good news! There are some new additions on the way for my family as well! On Monday, Jaiden Thomas made his way into the world and my 2nd nephew, and at Christmas dinner, I got the news there will be 3 nieces joining us soon! Not that I don't love my nephews, but now there will be little girls to buy cute things for! :)
    I will admit to being a little lazy during my holiday vacation, and I am ready to get back into the swing of things, thank you do much for organizing this and working hard for us!

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