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Twilight changed my profession! It's true!

I am a Twilight Mom who loves all of the TW series!  Especially the first!  I was so inspired by Meyer's work, I wrote my own paranormal romance with teen vampires!  I love Twilight and now I have a new profession because of it!!!
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Re: Twilight changed my profession! It's true!

That's so cool! And good for you:smileyhappy: Is it published? Is so, what's it called?
"Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith." -Timothy 4:12
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Re: Twilight changed my profession! It's true!

That's awesome!!! Way to go! What is your series called and has it been published? I can't wait to read it. Keep on writing!
"Good. I was afraid for a moment that I'd killed you a bit too early."
"Waiting for a special occasion to kill me? Christmas is coming." :smileyhappy: