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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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Julie Cross Apr 24
I thought killing beloved characters was tough, but it's nothing compared to characters who leave Hamilton at intermission ! ?
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Julie Cross Apr 23
I read Breaking the Ice by Julie Cross
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Julie Cross Apr 22
Replying to @Naduah82
sorry! I thought I pasted it in tweet. Here it is!
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Julie Cross Apr 22
Replying to @Naduah82
this video is also good, same basics as the article but goes into more detail.
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Julie Cross Apr 22
Replying to @Naduah82
You can still prove NA ancestry through sibling and other family results if small percentages don't show up in your test
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Julie Cross Apr 22
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husbands/wives with each bringing children into marriage. Probably no children were produced in my lineage from those inter-marriages
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Julie Cross Apr 22
Replying to @Naduah82
There is no doubt that my great-grandparents (2) married Native Americans, but I think the mistake comes from those marriages being 2nd
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Julie Cross Apr 22
Replying to @Naduah82
that is really cool! Can't wait to hear the results if you do test! I think most ppl with false NA family roots, there is some truth there
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Julie Cross Apr 22
I do have more Irish DNA than I expected. Results showed 34% Irish. A great-grandfather on each side of my fam was an Irish immigrant to US
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Julie Cross Apr 22
Replying to @Naduah82
up the line to show in your DNA. If you have siblings or older generation from same family side still alive, try to get them to test too
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Julie Cross Apr 22
Replying to @Naduah82
Well a 5th great grandmother is already a more likely story than what most tell of their family's NA history. Though it might be to far
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Julie Cross Apr 22
Learning how the misconception formed in my family history is very interesting. I'm learning lots of new America History facts too
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Julie Cross Apr 22
I'm now yet another person who grew up believing there was a Cherokee/Native American family connection and DNA proved this to be wrong
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Julie Cross Apr 22
just got my ancestry/DNA results...a little disappointing. Basically I'm the whitest, white person possible
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Julie Cross Apr 19
I have an assignment due at 11:59pm CDT and there is just nothing left in my brain to make this happen
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Melissa Montovani Apr 12
I've done this many times before, but this time I got Whatever Life Throws at You by . Maybe a re-read is in order?
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Julie Cross Apr 11
Replying to @Harpervalentin3
oh wow so technically you can and should use the comma with because depending on what the because refers to. Well that's helpful
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Julie Cross Apr 11
Replying to @Harpervalentin3
I think poetry and song lyrics have different grammar rules?
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Julie Cross Apr 11
Replying to @Harpervalentin3
Yes, but why is it wrong?? I must know. What makes because so different?
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Julie Cross Apr 11
Correction on that last tweet. "Comma" not "Coma" sorry 'bout that.
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