Hello Anna Creek. The heroine in my new novel about an Australian Cattle Ranch--life on it.
Set during the Vietnam War.
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Hello, Cooperpedy. You probably didn't realise it, but the content you posted at Cooperpedy was a copy of an old Wikipedia article, originally posted at John W. Flores. The article was discussed, and it was decided that it was not suitable for Wikipedia, so it was deleted. The main reason for that is that the subject did not appear to satisfy Wikipedia's notability criteria. Before trying to create any more articles, I strongly recommend having a quick look at the general notability guideline, and, for any article about a person, the guideline on notability of people. That should help to prevent you from spending time and effort on creating pages that are certain to be deleted because of lack of notability. JamesBWatson (talk) 23:30, 15 December 2013 (UTC)