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Thanks for agreeing to take a look. E-mail me your e-mail address (my address is mail@christophertusa.com), and I'll send you the pdf.
Not sure if you remember me or not, but you reviewed my novel, Dirty Little
Angels, a while back. I'm writing because I'm almost done with my new novel, In
the Valley of Falling Stars, and I was wondering if you'd be interested in
taking a look at it and giving me your opinion. I can send you a complete
summary, but it's essentially about a mentally-ill man living in post-Katrina
New Orleans who becomes convinced that his wife is pregnant with Jesus Christ.
The book is still in process, but the entire book is sketched out, and I
currently have eight chapters that I feel are done. If you're too busy, I
understand. Just thought I'd ask.

Hope you're doing well,

Chris
Thank you for responding DH,
Have a good Thanksgiving!
-Adam
Hey DH515,
Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts on "Someone to Blame." I especially liked your observation on how we can affect children so much. That can be easy to forget.

Just curious, what's the other Christian book you read this month?
Thanks much,
Adam F. (from Zondervan)
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