Posted on November 18, 2013, in Debut Authors Guest Series, Guest Posts and tagged Alex Bledsoe, Debut Authors, Debut Authors Guest Series, Freya Robertson, Guest Posts, Jason M. Hough, Jaye Wells, Jennifer Williams, John Jackson Miller, Joyce Chng, Juliet E. McKenna, Kenny Soward, Laure Eve, Liz de Jager, Marianne de Pierres, Mhairi Simpson, Michael J. Sullivan, Names, Names A New Perspective, NANP, Patty Jansen, Ros Jackson, The Importance of Names, The meaning of Names, The Significance of Names, William King. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.
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