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At 2:59am on February 11, 2011, Richard Godwin said…

Hi Alison,

I like your place here, please add me my requests are full

http://richardgodwin.net

Best,

Richard.

At 10:23am on July 12, 2010, Copper Smith said…
Check out 'Inseparable' at A Twist of Noir!
At 12:11am on December 9, 2009, RONALD FEASEL said…
Please add me my requests full. Checkout my blog entries here on my second novel I'm writing---Moral Dilemma
At 1:19am on March 6, 2009, Matt Rees said…
Glad you like my profile photo, Alison. But unlike you I needed a prop to catch the eye!
At 4:55am on February 10, 2009, roger smith said…
Taken in Cannes. I have it on the wall beside my computer! Enjoy your dinner.
At 4:42am on February 10, 2009, roger smith said…
I'd like to look like Robert Mitchum (circa 1948) and write like Pete Dexter (circa 1984)
At 4:33am on February 10, 2009, roger smith said…
Not so sure it would be flattery. They used to call her Moronica Lake . . .
At 4:25am on February 10, 2009, roger smith said…
No problem. I imagine you were either writing or doing your Jean Harlow impersonation. Or is it Mamie Van Doren?
At 4:15am on February 10, 2009, roger smith said…
Hi Alison. Thanks for the response.
At 10:03pm on July 7, 2008, carole gill said…
Hi there, thanks for the invite! it's a pleasure.
At 6:06am on May 14, 2008, Tom Cooke said…
Great B movie. You scream like a star. Tell your hubby I really like the sound track too. It sounds like he has just a touch of rock a billy somewhere in his background. I was really a little surprised to hear that East Texas/Louisiana phrasing in the lyrics.

Hope your projects are going well.
Tom Cooke
San Antonio, Texas
At 3:39am on April 30, 2008, Julia Buckley said…
Thanks, Alison--good luck to you as well.
At 12:16pm on April 22, 2008, HELI COP said…
Hope you had a nice day, Thanks for being a friend. enjoy your evening.
At 7:15am on March 28, 2008, Craig McDonald said…
Night of the Hunter is a favorite, Alison; both the film and the Davis Grubb novel...
At 1:51am on March 28, 2008, Mari Sloan said…
I laughed, the pacing on it was great and it was wonderful finding someone else having fun creating with their husband. My husband and I are involved in all of our projects as a team, and it bonds us, even when disagree on something. I feel bad for couples who can't work on things together without damaging their relationship. A little friction makes warmth, and sometimes sparks are GOOD! :-) Mari
At 1:35pm on March 23, 2008, Mari Sloan said…
I love your Scream video! It was fun to watch, looked like it was fun to make. VERY well done!
At 12:25pm on February 20, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Thanks, for both comments. I'm certainly tenacious,
and, without luck, that is what it takes in this business.
At 2:16am on February 20, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
I've always lived in two worlds at the same time. I believe with all my heart that someday I'll be a successful novelist. Yet I make decisions, career-wise, assuming that I won't and that I'll be fine anyway. It's odd, but it works.
At 1:59am on February 20, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Hi Alison
Writing scripts is a nice break from novels, every once in awhile. Congratulations on your breakthrough year.
At 4:57am on February 7, 2008, Ian Gosling said…
Hi Alison

So Mike Barton has beaten Gary Goodhew to the streets of Cambridge by several months then. Although in The Puppet Master he only lives there - Duxford actually - as a device to set him up for future books, and the book has nothing whatsoever to do with Cambridgeshire. Something that was rather lost on the journalist from the Hunts Post - but never mind any press publicity is good; I'm learning that accuracy is a bonus. I hadn't realised that your first book was non-fiction. I'm going to buy a copy as it may come in handy for future reference. Part of my 'formula' is that all of my crimes will have roots somewhere in the past. I am desparately trying to finish off the first of my series set in Cambridgeshire, but I am spending a huge amount of time promoting the Puppet Master at the moment - press interviews, arranging book signings etc. I have a book signing every weekend until the end of April. Also spending time on the internet - facebook, my space, you tube etc - these were all totally alien territory to me until a few weeks ago and I'm still working out how to use them. I don't know where you live, or what you do during the day, but maybe we could get together sometime and compare notes. As you say there is plenty of room for two detectives in Cambridgeshire - but it might be a bit embarrasing if they turned up at the same crime scene!! Look forward to hearing from you. Best Wishes Ian

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