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Dawn LaBuy-Brockett
  • Mchenry, IL
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About Me
I am the author and composer of many things on amazon.com. Just search for "dawn labuy" and they all show up. I have 3 books: "All This Seems So Very Real," "Jailhouse Food," and "Another Voice Is Heard." I am a music composer and have 3 CD's on Amazon. One is a very unique religious Christmas CD, one is my symphony, and the other is the music that goes along with my first book, "All This Seems So Very Real."

I write fiction. I'm particularly interested in personification. I approach all my projects as a concise piece of artwork. I also have a degree in Math, which taught me how to exist in obscure environments, make your rules, and don't go outside the box you created. This results in consistency, my writing is cohesive, and everything is there for a reason.
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Quite honestly, I don't like to read. I like to write!
Are you a Kindle Owner?
No
Since when have you owned a Kindle?
July 31, 2011
Are you an Author or Aspiring Author?
Published Author
For Authors - Published Books?
All This Seems So Very Real, Jailhouse Food, and Another Voice Is Heard
Interests and Hobbies
Knitting and Woodwork
Homepage or Favourite Website
http://www.angelfire.com/blues/onedge

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At 12:20pm on November 27, 2011, Veronica said…

I did receive the short book, or essay, that you wrote. I am greatly attracted to the idea of boxes and mathematical patterns that inform our writing (but this is where I risk attributing to you things you might not have meant). I believe everything in a literary work should be there for a reason, no loose ends just for the sake of effect. And there's nothing wrong about thinking inside the box, as long as it's one you crafted yourself. You might have guessed from this that I'm a sworn enemy of cliches :-)

A new grandson! That's well worth a typo or two. 

Fort Collins holds warm memories for me. I visited there with some friends eighteen years ago, but have since lost touch with these people. 

At 8:32pm on November 26, 2011, Veronica said…

Hello, Dawn. I'm intrigued by your observation about mathematics and its connection to consistency in writing. There are so many things I risk reading into it :-)  Which of your works is the best example of this?

At 10:10am on November 26, 2011, Bo Fowler said…

Thank you. It's all true too. Though it happened along time ago... as most things seem to these days.

 
 
 

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