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What do YOU want to know about Little Red in the City?

by ysoldateague May 14, 2011

Creating this book has been quite the process and I thought you might like to know more about either that or the content. But in order to tell you about it it seems to make sense to ask what you want to know. So leave a comment with your question about anything relating to creating the book and I’ll try to answer some of them in a post. I’m sure I can rope in some of the other people involved to answer questions specific to their field of expertise too – they’re all super passionate about what they do. If we answer your question I’ll enter you into a drawing to win a copy of the book. If more than one person asks the same question the first to ask will be entered and if the winner has already ordered the book they’ll be able to choose other patterns of equal value or select a friend to gift the book to. So ask away!
I’m going to close comments on Tuesday 17th.

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