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The release of my novel, THE UNEXPECTED CONNECTIONJanuary 28, 2019 by Dena Gartenlaub Levin (Register to contact)
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My novel, THE UNEXPECTED CONNECTION, has been released. It is available through Archway Publishing, *****.com and Barnes and *****.com. It is a provocative book filled with timely stories, insightful reflections, and humor that readers o0f all ages, gender, and personal status can relate to. As the tales are told of two women of disparate ages seeking male companionship and ultimate love, the reader becomes witness to the inner struggles and ultimate growth both Michelle and Vanessa experience. I thank you in advance for supporting my endeavor...Dena
Exciting news!October 30, 2018 by Dena Gartenlaub Levin (Register to contact)
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My novel, THE UNEXPECTED CONNECTION, has been released. It is available on Archway Publishing, *****.com., and Barnes and *****.com. It is a provocative book filled with timely stories, insightful reflections, and humor that readers of all ages, gender, and personal status can relate to. As the tales are told of two women of disparate ages seeking male companionship and ultimate love, the reader becomes witness to the inner struggles and ultimate growth both Michelle and Vanessa experience. I hope you will support this endeavor of mine. Thank you in advance.
Life goes onApril 11, 2018 by Randi Martinsen (Register to contact)
I recently retired as a Senior Lecturer in Geology and Geophysics from the University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY. I taught there for 33+ years. Although I maintain my Wyoming residency, last year I bought a "winter" residence in Denver where I had lived from 1974-1979. Since retiring from UW I have more time to devote to my consulting business and 2 of my 3 grandchildren. My house in Wyoming is located on a small river in the middle of a National Forest. Life is good.
RIPOctober 7, 2015 by Steven Saddleburg (Register to contact)
Jeff Tellerman passed away recently
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