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Burnt Hills writer puts novel on hold, enjoys short pieces

Wendy Hobday Haugh holds two books in which her essays have been featured.

Local author Wendy Hobday Haugh holds two books in which her essays have been featured.
Local author Wendy Hobday Haugh holds two books in which her essays have been featured.
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Wendy Hobday Haugh’s great American novel is coming, slowly but surely. Until it’s done, she’s been very happy producing magazine articles and getting her short stories and poetry published. Soon perhaps, if her grandchildren don’t keep her too busy, she hopes to switch genres and produce a full-length novel, something she’ll be happy to share with the public instead of just a few family members. The first draft is pretty much done. It’s a suspense ...


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