L. N. Holmes

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LeeAnn Adams (pen name L. N. Holmes) was born in Wilmington, Ohio. She is a 2013 graduate of Salem College’s creative writing program. Her work has appeared in literary magazines, lifestyle magazines, and a newspaper. She is a foodie, a Christian, an award winning writer, and owns an absurd amount of books. You can find more of her work on her blog, A Vase of Wildflowers. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter @LNHolmeswriter. She currently lives in Nebraska with her husband, her two cats, and her dog.

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The course Global Literature: Modern Writings from Women of the Non-Western World was one of the most important college classes I’ve ever taken as...

The course Global Literature: Modern Writings from Women of the Non-Western World was one of the most important college classes I’ve ever taken as...

The course Global Literature: Modern Writings from Women of the Non-Western World was one of the most important college classes I’ve ever taken as...

The course Global Literature: Modern Writings from Women of the Non-Western World was one of the most important college classes I’ve ever taken as...

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The course Global Literature: Modern Writings from Women of the Non-Western World was one of the most important college classes I’ve ever taken as...

The course Global Literature: Modern Writings from Women of the Non-Western World was one of the most important college classes I’ve ever taken as...

The course Global Literature: Modern Writings from Women of the Non-Western World was one of the most important college classes I’ve ever taken as...

The course Global Literature: Modern Writings from Women of the Non-Western World was one of the most important college classes I’ve ever taken as...