e_moon60 (e_moon60) wrote,
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My First Movie Review

You gotta love an editor who, after you send her a wildly enthusiastic report on a movie you saw, says "Fine...add these bits and we'll put it up on Suvudu, the publishing house blog-site, with a link to your related book."   The movie was Temple Grandin, that I blogged about everywhere I could think of  (see, I sneak in another plug for it.)   That was late Friday, and then Saturday our internet was out, and I didn't think to look last night.   But it went up Saturday before the movie aired.

And look at the gorgeous lead-in she gave me before the review itself.  

I am one lucky writer!
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