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About Lori Freeland
Lori Freeland, author, freelance editor, and writing coach holds a BA in psychology from the University of Wisconsin and currently lives in the Dallas area. She’s been published in various e-zines and anthologies as well as written numerous blogs for new writers and presented at multiple writing workshops. When she’s not snuggled up with her husband and worrying about her kids, she spends her days dreaming up romance and messing with the lives of imaginary people.
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