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Good luck Jill. I don't know where you're going (figuratively, literally). But I look forward to finding out.

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Hell yes. Enjoy the time. And FWIW, you got yourself a customer right here whenever that book is done.

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I’m intrigued. Good luck.

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Love this. Envious of the train journey and the setting aside of time. With words like these we are all confident that something of substance will emerge. Excited to see what it is. There’s a quote it put me in mind of - β€œBe the person who works in humble, quiet isolation, then emerges from hibernation having completed something of substance” - Bobby Powers

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Jill, you write so beautifully. You have asked me to wish you luck, so: good luck. πŸ€

You don't need it, though. You've got you. 😊

I'll be buying that book, of course, but no pressure! 😘

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Fuerza! And secretly (well, now less secretly) proud I could tell this was coming....

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Good luck! And even the words of your quick update are a joy to read, as always 😊

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Savor your time, Jill. I look forward to reading the new project.

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Good luck Jill. Happy travels.

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Enjoy your pause, and good luck.

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Good luck, bonne chance, buena suerte, Jill! Safe travels - me time is the new pilates. πŸ–€

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Luck!

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Je vous souhaite une bonne route... Lovely piece...

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Wish you the very best, Jill! Like many here, I look forward to this book as well whenever it is ready.

Maybe I too should get going on that book about my experience with the independent music 'scene' here in India that I've been threatening to write for a while :-)

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Enjoy! and good luck!

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Love me a literary adventure, especially when it involves nobody else but the self.

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