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tom rainey posts on 3/9/2012 11:28:42 AM do you believe in reincarnation. Look at these two Basketball Players pretty eerie. Bias best game was North Carolina both are 6'9 Len Bias died Jun 19, 1986 drafted 2nd overall in the draft Boston Marvin William was born June 19 1986 and was drafted 2nd overall by Atlana Leonard Kevin "Len" Bias (November 18, 1963 – June 19, 1986) was a first team All-American college basketball forward at the University of Maryland. He was selected by the Boston Celtics as the second overall pick in the 1986 NBA Draft on June 17, but died two days later from cardiac arrhythmia induced by a cocaine overdose. He is considered by some sportswriters to be one of the greatest players not to play at the professional leve Marvin Gaye Williams, Jr. (born June 19, 1986 in Bremerton, Washington) is an American professional basketball player. He currently is playing for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association and is listed at 6' 9" and 240 pounds. Williams played college basketball under coach Roy Williams at the University of North Carolina. The Atlanta Hawks selected him second overall in the NBA Draft
Sarah Cortez posts on 3/5/2012 8:03:13 AM hi im sarah cortez im 12 and would like to make a movie off of the barcode tattoo. for more information please email me and i will give you all the details about the movie. thanks!
Sarah posts on 3/1/2012 10:18:59 AM Hi there! Just wondering if the Bar Code Tattoo and Bar Code Rebellion books will ever be available as Ebooks? Please let me know! :) Sarah

avery posts on 2/28/2012 5:16:34 PM I have read a lot of your books and have to say that I LOVE them all!! They have made me want to read more and more!
Mrs. S posts on 2/27/2012 5:57:25 PM Do you have a fan mail physical address? If so, could you please post it? Thanks!
Izzie posts on 2/20/2012 5:22:34 PM Miss Weyn...I picked up The Bar Code Tattoo after reading it years ago and I'm even more in love with it after so long. You're an incredible writer! Is there any way I could email you with a few questions? Thank you
Ally posts on 2/16/2012 8:05:07 PM Hi Suzanne. I love your books and would like to send you a letter. What address should I send it to in order to reach you? Thanks. Ally
Jenna posts on 2/6/2012 6:24:19 PM I love your Wildwood Stables series. I'm reading Taking the Leap now. Are you writing any more for this series? Wildwood Stables sounds like a great place to be. I write stories too. They are about animals, but mostly horses. I am in second grade and love to read. Would you like to read done of my stories? I would like to send you a picture I drew of all the horses from the series. Can you send me a mailing address please?
suzanne posts on 1/31/2012 2:21:30 PM Hi! Thanks so much for writing. I'm not sure what confused you FAMT, so I can't be much help. To Bar Code Fan, I WISH it would be a movie but someone has to want to make a movie and so far no one has stepped forward. There are some great student movies online if you want to check them out. And thanks Mikey. I'm happy you liked Bar Code Tattoo. Hope you like Rebellion just as much. I've finished the third book in the Bar Code story which has all the regular characteres plus some new ones. It will be out this fall so watch for it. Love you all! Suzanne
mikey posts on 1/26/2012 1:18:42 AM Hey Suzanne! I am a fan of your outstanding book The Barcode Tatoo. If there is one question I could ask you is why did kayla have to go through all that trouble although the trouble made each chapter better it seemed as though it never ended. Why? I would have loved to have Kayla be caught by Global 1 and find another way to escape. Your book was great and taught me that if you stay strong and lean towards others for help you can do anything you want to. It also taught me that not all people are trustworthy and you have to be careful before you fall into their pit of love or lies. But in the end there is always a friend that will stand by you just as Mfumbe did for Kayla. I am stoked about reading The Bar Code Rebellian and hope for many more in this series. You are an outstanding incredible writer. Your work pulls me into the story. It was as if I were in the hospital or on the mountains with Kayla. Thank you for your great work!:)
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