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Aaron Paul Lazar
Aaron Paul Lazar is obsessed with writing. Hehas made twenty literary publication awards, and's completed twenty-six books up to now. He writes suspense mysteries, romance stories, and more. You'll typically find him writing his heart out in the early hours of the day - rather at the dark hours when no one is awake in his family that is bustling. Visit his site at www.lazarbooks.com to sign up for a free publication and to learn about potential deals.
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