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BLOG JOG DAY


Thanks for stopping by Recent Musings on www.dardennorth.com. While here, please explore my website which includes the book trailer for my third novel Fresh Frozen. When you're ready, jog on over to http://www.thegoldenpathway.blogspot.com/. If you would like to visit a different Blog in the jog, go to http://blogjogday.blogspot.com. Enjoy! Darden North

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MissV said…
Just waving hello as I jog on through!
Susan Whitfield said…
Hey, Darden. I enjoyed interviewing you recently on my blog at www.susanwhitfield.blogspot.com and yours looks great. Congrats on Fresh Frozen. I'm looking forward to reading it.I'm sure this cover will be up for The Whitfield Cover Award in December. If you haven't voted for this set of finalists, cast your vote before May 31st.
Hi Darden,
Fun reading about you, your life and books.

Please join me over at:

http://authorcharmainegordon.xanga.com

Best to you.
Charmaine
Joylene said…
Nice Blog, Darden. Love the cover.
You are quite the talented and awarded novelist. That and a doctor, too. Da Vinci and you, right?

Come check out my blog, WRITING IN THE CROSSHAIRS, if you have the time or inclination.

May success continue to be yours, Roland
Carol said…
Hey Doc,
Thanks for participating in Blog Jog Day. You're one of the only men who posted at all. The rest of them flaked out on us! You rock!
Carol

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