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Fabiola Sully
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  • uniondale
  • United States
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I have been writing since I was seventeen. I work in the medical field full-time and write part-time. My book of poetry, "Finding the Way home" was pubishing by in 2001. I currently looking for a new publisher and updating my book. I have wriitten new material since 2002. I am also working on my first novel. other than writing, I am into reading, arts & theater, watching movies, music, bowling, and hope to travel more in the future.

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Posted on July 29, 2009 at 7:04pm

my book release

Hi everybody. I have great news.
My book of poetry, "Finding the Way Home," was released as of June 2009. I published with (They are affiliated in Colorado). You can purchase my book on my site.

peace and blessings.

Posted on July 29, 2009 at 6:30pm

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At 10:47am on March 30, 2010, Kate L gave Fabiola Sully a gift
I just wanted to introduce myself and my blog, The Book Buff: Book Reviews for Regular People. Check it out at
At 12:52am on April 22, 2008, John Kremer said…
Welcome to the network. Look forward to hearing more about your new novel.

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