David Hines (hradzka) wrote,
David Hines
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note to the new people

Um, some new people here. Hi! Apparently John Ringo has been good to me. I guess this means I have to get to work on that write-up of Paladin of Shadows #4, UNTO THE BREACH, huh?

I tend to be slow about adding to my flist, so don't worry if I don't get around to adding you back. Friend or defriend me at will, depending on whether what I'm writing interests you; it's fine by me either way! Content is irregular; while I occasionally post fanfic and write about books, movies, and television, I spend a fairly hefty chunk of time these days writing about firearms. (If anybody wants a gun-geeky beta for anything, I'm happy to oblige.)
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