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Amy Clipston

Amy Clipston has been writing for as long as she can remember. Her fiction writing "career" began in elementary school when she and a close friend wrote and shared silly stories. She has a degree in communications from Virginia Wesleyan College and is a member of the Authors Guild, American Christian Fiction Writers, and Romance Writers of America.



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Who Am I Without Him?: Short Stories About Girls and the Boys in Their Lives Who Am I Without Him?: Short Stories About Girls and the Boys in Their Lives
Flake, Sharon G. (2004)
This book is a good book. It has parts of different things that go on in this world. It is good for pre-teens to read this book to learn a little about what goes on with boys!
- Nina from California
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