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Authorgraph

Komal asked me to put my book on Authorgraph the other day so because I love her, I did.
I had heard of it before but never really paid much attention. It's actually really neat!

My signature looks AWFUL on it but it's still pretty awesome (if you can look past my poor penmenship anyway. You know those electronic thingies you have to sign when you get your prescriptions filled at the pharamacy or buy something using your debit/credit card and they make you sign for it?
Yeah, this is way worse.
At least you can use a psuedo-pen with those things, I had to use my mouse to sign my signature for Authorgraph. I don't even have a real mouse! I write on a laptop! LOL)

So, ANYWAY, my point is that if you are interested, I can sign your ebook versions of Lark now!

Just click on this link: http://www.authorgraph.com/authors/EricaCope3 and it should take you there.

Request my authorgraph and I will write you a personal message (but I'm not very good at that sort of thing so if you want to include a prompt as to what you'd like me to say (aka "to my #1 fan" etc), I totally would not be opposed to that.) :)

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