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Brenda Hampton

Brenda Hampton is a native St. Louisian, with a gift and passion for writing. She maintained journals for several years, but it wasn’t until she read Terry McMillan’s Disappearing Acts that Hampton was prompted to explore writing in ways she never thought were possible.
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