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At 1:21pm on March 1, 2011, Sherry Scarpaci said…

Hi Anne,

Thanks for friending me. Yes, I'm from the Chicago area and I've had enough of the snow and ice. I can't wait for Spring. I'd love to hear about whatever you're working on.

Regards,

Sherry 

At 8:26am on March 1, 2011, Monika Kalina said…
Hello :) Greetings!
At 4:58am on March 1, 2011, Lynette Hall Hampton said…
Hi Anne, Thanks for friending me. I look forward to hearing about your writing. Let me know when you get that first book finished. Best, Lynette
At 4:19am on March 1, 2011, Annaliese said…

Anne,

 

Yes, I'm a member of RWA, and Sisters in Crime.  Great meeting you.  And thanks for friending me.

At 2:47am on March 1, 2011, Meg Mims said…
Thanks for friending me! Yes, the snow is slowly -- sloooooooooooowly -- melting here. Good to know a fellow Michigander! check out my blog at http://lighthousemysteries.wordpress.com .... thanks again!   Meg
At 9:39am on December 14, 2010, Janet McClellan said…

Hey Anne,

Sorry about the delay. I have a book I am rushing to finish... dead line thing. Thanks for contacting me.

 

Janet

At 12:02pm on December 6, 2010, Bobbye Terry said…
Anne,
Saw your latest book is in West Texas. That's where I am, so let me know if I can help.
Bobbye
At 11:18am on December 6, 2010, Tom Cooke said…
Hi and thanks for adding me as a friend. It's my honor.
At 5:52am on November 18, 2010, Sam Peds said…
Hi, Anne. Thank you for dropping by. Hope to hear read more from you. By the way, if you have any stories about PEDs [personal electronic devices] and officials or the law please drop them by. I'm collecting them. How are they regarded in Texas?
Does it matter where in Texas? If you're say in Fort Worth, Paris, Henderson, or across the Llan Plateau, the panhandle, or the border from Louisiana, are they equally well served and received? Anyone?
At 12:34pm on November 17, 2010, Johnny Russell said…
Welcome
At 12:22am on November 14, 2010, Bobbye Terry said…
I'm a replant here, Anne, but I've lived here almost seven years this time so I think I've taken root. In the midde of the cotton fields, I have to be careful though, I could get plowed under. :)
At 2:18am on November 9, 2010, Sanna said…
Thankyou for adding me, you are my first friend on this page :) What kind of book are you going to be famous for?
At 7:36am on November 4, 2010, Susan Sitze said…
Hi Anne. I sent you a friend request, and then realized that I forgot to tell you I'm Legal Eagle from Nano. :)
At 8:24am on October 27, 2010, Ronie said…
Hi, Anne! Thanks for commenting and the compliments. FEel free to contact me via email: ronie [at] roniekendig [dot] com.
At 3:03am on October 26, 2010, C.S. Miller said…
At 1:44am on October 26, 2010, Milton T. Burton said…
There is. In the real world there is no such thing as a phylum or a genre. One thing blends into the next. These are artificial distinctions we have created to make reality manageable. They are useful but we shouldn't let them rule us. Is "Othello" a crime story or a classic tragedy? It is both, and we should never forget that Shakespeare, who universally regarded as the greatest writer in the English language, wrote commercial fiction for a popular audience. Not only that, he often padded his texts to increase their length. London theater audiences were very volatile, and could riot and damage a theater if they did not think they were getting their money's worth. To this end, Shakespeare included plenty of bawdy comedy, outlandish fight scenes, grotesque puns, obscene buffooneries, spilled blood and limitless gore--in short, all the Ramboesque departures from "good taste" the movies are accused of today.
At 12:45am on October 26, 2010, John Foxjohn said…
Hey Anne,

Don't mind at all if you contact me. My e-mail address is johnfoxjohn@yahoo.com.

Hope to hear from you.
At 11:31pm on October 25, 2010, Milton T. Burton said…
Don't worry about sub-genres. Just tell your story and leave the super classifying to those who have to super classify.
At 12:55am on October 25, 2010, Milton T. Burton said…
I write realistic crime fiction. Live in Tyler. Former college history teacher, former cattleman, former aid to the dean of the Texas House of Representatives. You can Google "Milton T. Burton" and find my books. What do you write?
At 12:28pm on October 24, 2010, Stacy said…
Hey Anne, just dropping by and imagine my surprise to see you are from Texas too! I'm from Houston. Howdy neighbor! LOL! Love to see all these Texas writers on the net!

Continued success and best wishes!

http://www.stacy-deanne.net

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