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Julie Fletcher
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So now I'm officially disabled according to my doctor's letter yesterday. Will be applying for SSI with her support, but right now my family needs a little help. If you could pass this on, I'd appreciate the help. 
We're trying to raise funds to purchase, register, and insure a vehicle. We live in a rural area with limited access to any transportation
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Author JE Fletcher needs help employing the services of an attorney to recover rights to her novel.
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I'm running a giveaway for my novel, Blood Burn on FaceBook via RaffleCopter. If you enjoy werewolves, zombies, or zombies - stop by and enter. 
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My novel, BloodBurn will be released at the end of this month. You can keep up with me and my projects on Facebook: 
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My paranormal/zombie series has been picked up by Riverdale Avenue Books. Come visit my FB fan page for all of the news! Be the first to know about cover art and upcoming release day. 
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Hate fundraisers? Order from my shop instead. I crochet dolls, knit Cunning hats, and offer prints of nature photography or my paintings. Will be offering handspun yarn soon.
Handmade art, paintings, prints, and more!
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Impress everyone this Thanksgiving.
The end of July the kids and I went to the Phillip's Creek Mennonite Vacation Bible School. I'm not religious, but I felt that the sense of community that just radiates from the local Mennonites wo...
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Enter  to win a copy of my novel, Blood Burn. 
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Want to keep up with me and news about my upcoming release, BloodBurn? Think about 'liking' my author fan page on Facebook. Thanks!
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Book is finished and sitting in the hands of an epublisher. Waiting to hear more.
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Either do or do not. There is not try.
Introduction
I run around the Internet doing odd jobs, publishing short stories, and managing a handful of projects.

Currently working on starting a small scale homestead and a new blogged novel, ShadowBurn.
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I have 6 children and I'm just cool.
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  • Self
    Freelance Writer, 2005 - present
  • Self
    Publisher, 4 - present
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Julie Linder
Awful service, sick birds. One after another the khaki Campbell ducks I purchased had seizures and died- starting at day one, not an hour after getting home. Was replaced, that one died in a few days. Out of 8, 3 lived. As a Mother's Day gift my husband bought me some silkies and a few bantams. Same deal as the ducks! I wasn't the only one that experienced this, my neighbor had the same thing happen with khakis and Perkins from the Wellsville store. We both were told by an employee at different visits that there had been issues with the chicks and ducklings being picked up on time at the post office which contributed to weak birds. Manager seemed to not understand why I called to complain when the final bird died "You're calling about birds bought in April?" Yep! In The end of April and the first week of May (heck, it's the 3rd week)- so weak or sick birds would last a bit. Didn't seem concerned that the birds were crap from the get-go or that employees are telling customers that the chicks are going to the wrong post office and that they aren't being Picked up for a couple days when they DO make it to the right post office. Bottom line- shop in Hornell.
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