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Josh-D. S. Davis

Xaminmo / Omnimax / Max Omni / Mad Scientist / Midnight Shadow / Radiation Master

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I've been surfing through the stuff I copied off of my mom's computer after she died.

No need to keep things like cookies, etc, but I kept most of her documents.

Then I found some drafts of some books written by Dr. Li, one of her favorite penpals. She liked writing to him because he was well educated and they had great conversations.

I'm not sure if they were still friends when she died, but we definitely didn't have a way to contact him.

Well, I searched on the title of one of the drafts, and here it is on Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/Where-Can-Find-Handbook-Immigrants/dp/0967598818

He's written a few other books.

I'm emotionally mixed up. It's been almost 4 years since she died. Should I try to find him or write to him via his publisher, or just ignore it all?

That's more rhetoric and rambly than anything.


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I'd recommend say hi through whatever channel she communicated at him with, if he wants to respond he will.

The problem with that is that it's unknown exactly how she communicated with him. We didn't find letters nor emails, just some MSWord docs she saved off. It might have been through one of many dating sites online. Just really not sure.

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