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I want to take this opportunity to thank Nancy Greene for dedicating her valuable time to help us with this blog, The Writers’ Block, as a way to connect to our readers. It has been a rewarding experience and I look forward to work with her again.

As a nonfiction author I get to speak and write about inspirational themes that helps me explore my physical, emotional and spiritual nature. Many of my readers identify with my themes, I believe they are universal and I welcome everyone to contribute to my entries. I want to thank all my readers for faithfully reading my Official Blog which will continue to be updated almost daily and I’ll look forward to read your comments.

At this moment I’m revising my next book which I hope to release this year, please visit my site and blog to find out about the date. Don’t miss the opportunity to participate on my regularly host contests and giveaways!!

Wishing Nancy and all the authors here the best of success!

Sincerely,

Clary Lopez, author
Simplicity, Richness of Life
http://clarylopez.com
http://clary.wordpress.com

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Being a part of The Writers’ Block has been a truly rewarding experience.  Had it not been for Nancy O. Greene, I would’ve never started blogging.  I can’t thank her enough for asking me to join The Writers’ Block and showing me how a writer can reach readers, make friends, and create fans through blogging on a regular basis.  Now, in addition to the time I have spent here on the Block, as well as continued contributions to The Book’s Den, I have a thriving blog of my own where I post my thoughts on books, films, current events and my latest writing projects.

While I put the finishing touches on my next manuscript (a political thriller of sorts), my twisted hit The Thief Maker continues to gain acclaim as it was recently named a Finalist for the 2008 Eric Hoffer Award in Independent Books.

Readers can continue to find me at:  http://davethenovelist.wordpress.com

Originally written April 13, 2008

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