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Julie Cross
NYT & USA Today Bestselling Author of HALFWAY PERFECT, WHATEVER LIFE THROWS AT YOU, TEMPEST, optioned by Summit Entertainment, LETTERS TO NOWHERE, THIRD DEGREE
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Moriah Chavis ✨📖 Dec 15
Starting BREAKING THE ICE by because - hello, Julie Cross. Hockey. And romance. ✨📖
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Julie Cross Dec 14
Replying to @EricaHaglund
This makes me so happy! If I still had extra copies I would be sending them all your way!
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Julie Cross Dec 13
Replying to @_Nicoleasaurus
Oh my...how tough for him. I really hope he finds a treatment that will give him longer breaks from flare up. It is a disease that is often so completely misunderstood
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Julie Cross Dec 13
Replying to @_Nicoleasaurus
Lots of young people posting and offering advice, lightening the mood when needed with humor
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Julie Cross Dec 13
Replying to @_Nicoleasaurus
It sounds you are a wonderful sister, supporting your brother! Warms my heart :) if your brother hasn't already discovered it, I highly recommend the Crohn's subreddit
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Julie Cross Dec 13
Replying to @_Nicoleasaurus
And that's where Marshall's story was born.
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Julie Cross Dec 13
Replying to @_Nicoleasaurus
Luckily I responded well to steroids and then once I had more time with the disease I began to think how much it would suck to be in high school or college, dating, etc...
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Julie Cross Dec 13
Replying to @_Nicoleasaurus
Though unlike Marshall, I was never a young person with Crohn's, I wasn't diagnosed until age 30 when I got very Very sick
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Julie Cross Dec 13
Replying to @_Nicoleasaurus
So glad you love Third Degree! That book has a special place in my heart because yes I also suffer from Crohn's disease
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EntangledTeen Dec 12
Once you pick up 's Breaking the Ice, you - like this reviewer - won't want to leave Juniper Falls!
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Taylor Fenner Dec 10
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EntangledTeen Dec 11
Looking for a book to give the teen boy on your list? 's Breaking the Ice has a strong male character in the hockey player, Fletcher Scott, who rings true!
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EntangledTeen Dec 11
: A study session goes to the dogs in 's Breaking the Ice in this exclusive excerpt on !
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The Fandom ☃ Dec 6
Enjoy Some Puppy Love In Our Exclusive Excerpt From 's !
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Julie Cross Dec 5
Replying to @EricaHaglund
I'm hearing from Stanford admissions people that so many top students preparing to write those essays have never explored voice or story telling
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Julie Cross Dec 5
Replying to @EricaHaglund
And empathy, putting yourself inside the head of a character. And voice! Writing college essays is now so much about voice and storytelling
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Julie Cross Dec 5
Replying to @EricaHaglund
This is amazing! What a cool assignment, writing from a different characters pov
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Julie Cross Dec 5
OMG....this is just beyond cool
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Penny Reid Dec 2
This is your friendly reminder that the views expressed by a fictional character seldom reflect the views of the author who writes that character. Because the character is fictional. Fictional. FICTIONAL. ... fictional.
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mele kaliKIMaka ☃️ Nov 28
: Breaking the Ice by ! I really enjoyed the first in this series, so I'm definitely looking forward to reading this one. 🗓 Release date: December 26, 2017 📖 Add on Goodreads: ➡️ Pre-order:
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