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March 27, 2009



I saw your comment over at Glad Chatter and it thecoud me so I thought I'd stop by your blog. I am so very sorry for your loss, and please know that although I don't know you, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, trusting that the God of all comfort will see to all of you during this time. Blessings!


A letter from Baroness James, pieerdsnt of the Society of Authors, was delivered to Hunt today informing him that there is "great anxiety" among writers about the funding of the Public Lending Right scheme, which gives authors 6p per loan up to a cap of 6,600 when their books are borrowed from a library. "Authors greatly value the modest income they receive when their books are read by library users free of charge," she wrote. "Many writers whose books are no longer in print rely on their annual PLR payments, which they see as a form of pension."


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