A FEW WORDS FROM YOURS TRULY

   Not much to say this time around — except for the fact that I’m currently working on my latest writing project, the details of which I can’t reveal right now.  (More on that in the next few days.)

   As for the original drawing sandwiched between this blog article’s two paragraphs — well, it has nothing to do with my current writing project, but it’s connected to another writing project that I’ll reveal in the near future, not only on my various sites, but also YouTube.

   To quote an ever-familiar cliche — stay tuned.  

   John Lavernoich is the author of the novels Code Name: Chameleons and Chameleons To The Rescue, as well as close to three dozen articles and short stories that have been published in print and on the Internet — to learn more about Mr. Lavernoich and his writing achievements, please visit his official website (http://jlavernoich2008.web.officelive.com/default.aspx), as well as his pages on Windows Live Spaces (http://cid-ef88d131988ab38f.profile.live.com), Facebook(http://www.facebook.com/john.lavernoich?ref=name), MySpace(http://www.myspace.com/jlavernoich), and Twitter(http://twitter.com/JLav65).  Mr. Lavernoich also maintains his own video channel on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/user/JLav65?feature=mhsn).

©2011 John Lavernoich.

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About johnlav

I've written five published novels -- including the first two in the CHAMELEONS, INC. book series -- as well as various non-fiction articles and short stories that have been published in both print and on the Internet.
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