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Ley Mesina – Guest Post

By Readingromances

When I was younger, my biggest inspiration was R.L. Stine. I really enjoyed his books and I wanted to write books just like him. Edgar Allan Poe also fascinated me, as well as William Shakespeare and Greek Mythology. As I grew older my interests expanded and I would read just about anything that caught my attention. I have a wide range of interests and that’s the way I like it. Life is too short to not explore (whether in real life or imagination).

How did you come up with the story for Reborn?

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