05/09/2012 8:23amWhen Ka Hancock caught her first glimpse of a laptop in 1985, she said to her husband that it would be perfect for writing a novel. He jokingly responded that the chances of her being published were one in 64 million. But this spring, Hancock beat those odds and published her first book with one of the world's most prestigious publishing houses.
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