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At 6:33pm on July 28, 2011, Luca Veste said…

Hi Sheila,

 

It arrived yesterday, thanks very much. Began reading it this morning.

 

Luca

 

 

At 2:10am on October 20, 2010, Col Bury said…
Hiya Sheila. Fancy meeting you here. :)
How're yer doing?
I'm still waiting n wondering... how long do these things take...?
x
At 5:48pm on May 2, 2009, Matt Hilton said…
Excellent. I hope it's what I think?
At 8:32am on May 2, 2009, Matt Hilton said…
Hiya Sheila, thanks for the support...again.
At 11:24pm on July 14, 2008, Maria said…
Oh no! a wasp sting is bad enough, sorry to hear that Sheila. Hope you are recovered enough for Friday/Saturday. I'll keep a look out for you between events. See you there x
At 4:58am on July 14, 2008, Maria said…
Sheila...what have you done to your toe? hope you're still going to Harrogate.
At 5:01am on July 12, 2008, Joanne Parker said…
You're at Harrogate again?

Brilliant. Hope the experience is far more enjoyable than last year. Looking forward to saying Hi again, AND reading book Number 5 of course...
At 10:20pm on April 24, 2008, Joanne Wake said…
Hi Sheila, i am really soory to bother you but i was just wondering if you could let me know when your next book is out. I have read all four and love them. I remeber your last book was released in time for my birthday so i can bug my dad to get it for me lol. My dad is Michael Wake he used to work in the Robbie Burns and says he knows you but i'm not so sure of that! Anyway enough of your time thank you, Joanne x
At 1:17am on April 15, 2008, Ian Gosling said…
Hi Sheila
And I thought life was tough because I get eyestrain from the computer and need a new pair of glasses. Hang on in there. Don't really like Stephen King all that much, but I love Ian Rankin.
At 2:02am on March 28, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Hi Sheila
I truly admire your tenacity. I hope your surgeries are a huge success and that you get to live your dream.
The Stand is one of my top four favorite books too.
(Along with The Handmaid's Tale, The Tomorrow File, and The Witching Hour.)
At 6:39pm on March 26, 2008, Linda Lee said…
Thanks for that Sheila, the last lot of bookmarks were well received. I am back in the UK next year for a month. Definitely going to Harrogate. It was just the best thing ever. Not so good for you with your finger. Will you be there 2009? Looking forward to the new book.
At 7:29pm on March 24, 2008, Linda Lee said…
Hey Sheila, the bug has been here believe me! We are having the most amazing summer, hot hot hot.
When is your next book due?
At 4:10am on March 19, 2008, shirley dicks said…
Hi Sheila, thanks and looking forward to getting to know you and your work. I'm still working on a couple of books now almost ready to finish them up. Shirley
At 10:18pm on March 18, 2008, Ken McCoy said…
I will be happily be your friend
At 10:15pm on March 18, 2008, Ken McCoy said…
I don't think this is the best photo of you
At 2:28am on March 18, 2008, Iain J Mackay said…
Hi sheila...excuse me if I go quiet for a while whilst I find my feet!
At 5:47am on March 13, 2008, David L. Hoof said…
Every author fears work being stolen, so it's always, consider the source. The rule in building a case in logic is that as the number of nearly identical coincidences increase, the probability of sheer creative coincidence diminishes. Unluckily, the law, at least in America, requires a series of connections between the alleged plaigerists and the alleged source. Absent that kind of chain of custody, and a near identity in story and character, it is difficult to make a case. Art Buchwald had a good one against Eddie Murphy in Coming to America, and won his case. Then it becomes a matter of collection, which is a problem in itself.
At 4:27am on March 13, 2008, David L. Hoof said…
Probably not at this point. Alibris has them as out-of-prints. I hope this helps. A note: there are not fewer than seven scenes in the movie The Fugitive that obviously 'borrow' from these two books, which, perhaps not coincidentally, are also set in Chicago.
At 3:04am on March 13, 2008, David L. Hoof said…
After your experience you should read my Spike Halleck novels, Sight Unsee and Blind Man's Bluff, both written as David Lorne. They deal with a blind sound effects man who solves a kidnapping using only acoustic clues from the ransom calls.

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