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Hi Everyone! My name is Ley Mesina and I just wanted to take a few moments to introduce myself to you. I'm new to the Kindleboards, but I'm definitely excited to explore the forums and meet new people. I just finished writing my book, Reborn - the first book of the Goddess of Night Novella series and it's currently pending on approval through Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. However, it is available on Smashwords.com at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/62170

I graduated with my Master's in Psychology in late 2010, I absolutely love to read, and I'm a huge fan of Main Streets, amusement parks, traveling, and cooking. I am also a big Soap Opera Junkie (I just can't stop watching them)!
I've been writing all my life...from short stories to term papers. However, Reborn (A Goddess of Night Novella: Book One) is the first book I have published.

I hope that some of you will read and enjoy it!

Regards,
Ley Mesina
Author of Reborn (A Goddess of Night Novella: Book One)
http://leymesina.blogspot.com
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Welcome to the KB

You will find lots of friendly folks here.  I think your soap opera addiction will be expanded to a Kindle addiction !  ha !

Good Luck with your projects
 

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Thanks for all the warm welcome! :)

@ NapCat: You're probably right! The Kindle is definitely opening up my eyes to whole new way of reading. Nice to meet you!
@ Sarah, Daniel, Teresa, Dara, Valmore, jherrick, jabeard: Thanks you so much and nice to meet you!
@ Jawar: Kindle does seem like a great way to interact with people from everywhere. Nice to meet you!
@ medicalhumor: Thank you, I appreciate that. Btw, I don't know of any party psych tests - but it does sound interesting. Let me know if you happen to find any.

Hope you all have a great evening!

Regards,
Ley Mesina
Author of Reborn (A Goddess of Night Novella: Book One)
http://leymesina.blogspot.com
http://twitter.com/leymesina
http://www.facebook.com/leymesina
 

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Welcome!

I've always thought psychology and literature work together incredibly well since when you analyse someone's novel, what you're doing in many instances is analysing their mind, not their writing. Perhaps!

All the best with the books.
JT
 
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