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One-Liner Wednesday – The line

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Considering my job is to throw the worst that could happen at the characters in my books, is it any wonder I worry about my kids all the time? Which leads to the question, where is the line between parenting and fiction drawn, since life is stranger?


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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

39 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – The line

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  3. “How will I know where to draw the line, If I don’t cross it a few hundred times?”
    – from the song “Young and Crazy” by Frankie Ballard

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  5. That is a good question!

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  29. It’s natural to worry about our kids. Being blessed (or cursed) with a lot of imagination takes it to another level. Sometimes I catch myself and tape over the worst case scenario by imagining the best.

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  32. Oh, life is stranger, for sure.

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  35. Writing and parenting are both difficult to wrestle.

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  36. Personally I don’t think there is a line Linda. Being a parent is the scariest job I have ever tackled….it’s so the best …. occasionally.💜💜💜

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