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At 5:10am on September 20, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Congratulations! That's exciting news.
I have everything I've ever written, including a collection of scripts that I'd love to see "in production."
At 5:08am on September 20, 2008, Austin S. Camacho said…
Hey, David! I came up with Hannibal well before the Lector guy. His father wanted to name him after an historic military figure and Hannibal was the only great African general he knew. Maybe the stigma will lessen when they make the A-Team movie. then people ask me if I named him after Hannibal Smith. ;-)
At 6:20am on August 19, 2008, Debbi Mack said…
Thanks for the tip, David. The chapter published its second book with that press and has released its latest through Wildside Press, but if they're looking for short stories, I'll keep them in mind.

I don't have enough of my own for a whole book, so it would have to be part of an anthology they (or someone else) are putting together.

BTW--nice photos!

Debbi
At 12:33pm on August 13, 2008, David L. Hoof said…
It's a great resource. Lots of folks, all open and most willing to trade info depending on your needs. That means me, too. Welcome.
At 10:18am on August 13, 2008, Tory Richards said…
Hi David, thanks for befriending me! I'm so new here that I haven't had a chance to explore yet.
At 12:37pm on July 22, 2008, Katherine said…
David -- Sorry I have been away. The book came, but I haven't got it in my hands yet. But I am getting it delivered to me. Can't wait! Sorry to be so long in replying -- talk to you shortly, Katherine.
At 8:57am on July 21, 2008, Austin S. Camacho said…
Hey, David, Now that I look more closely at the photo I guess it is you after all. LOL! Great talking to you again, and all the best with Hollyweird.
At 1:18pm on July 17, 2008, Neil Ian MacKillop said…
Your homepage photo is an out-take from the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, no?

Yes it is. Come back Conrad Viedt.
At 5:15am on July 12, 2008, Liam said…
Do you have to send snail mail samples to Spitzer? I think I emailed before and never heard back.
At 7:11am on July 5, 2008, Katherine said…
Great photo -- what a mean dive! I usually stand at the shore with my toes in for hours and give hateful looks to anyone who thinks about splashing me. I hate cold water, and have acquired a fear of fish somewhere along the way too. Not so much the sharks, but those little pike and trout that live in those deep dark lakes and brush up against you when you're swimming. Could be I have the same fear with this group -- but I'm sure eventually I'll make it to the deep end!

I was interested in your book and movie selections -- you mention a lot of things that touch on Canada. Sara Polley's Away from Her was such a wonderful film. I'd really like to read your book set in the Arctic. It is a big interest of mine, and spent some time interviewing an Inuit woman for a book I'm considering. They have the most interesting murders up there!
At 8:17am on July 1, 2008, Michelle Gagnon said…
LOL, David! Great pic.
At 2:22am on June 16, 2008, Lisa Perry said…
Thanks David, appreciate the suggestion, I may just grab his book first to get a better feel for his work, then i'll go harass him :)

Lisa
At 1:07am on June 12, 2008, realmum said…
So theres hope for me yet hooray! I might have to read her book, she sounds inspirational. I know someone similar (book stolen) but happily she won the case and has since been published. Good Vs Evil. good always wins doesn't it?
At 10:50pm on June 11, 2008, realmum said…
I Love Bill Brysons books I think it was published as Down Under, here not sure though. Perhaps there are two books? If so I would love to read he other one, he is so funny. I can't remember the title but the english one is great too. Did you visit Manly in NSW or Qld. Glad you like Australia and all us Aussies.
Happy scribing to you : )
At 4:17pm on June 9, 2008, realmum said…
Thanks for your witty welcome David. Yes I am from the land down under, ever been? Do you like living in D.C? Is it as political as it seems in books, movies etc? Love your photos. Happy scribing to you : )
realmum
At 12:16pm on June 7, 2008, Yvonne Mason said…
David,
In real life bailbondsmen have the ability to act as hunters. In fact in the state of Florida the bondsmen association lobbied to keep hunters out. They do their own hunting when necessary so not as to have to pay the hunter.
So I guess you could say that Max Cherry could be both a bondsman and a hunter.
I will read the book now because you have nudged my interest.
Yvonne
At 12:04pm on June 7, 2008, Yvonne Mason said…
that is a good question. I have never read that particular author. However, I will and if you will allow me I will get back to you on that question.
At 4:40pm on June 5, 2008, Ange said…
Thanks for clarifying. See what too much gin and too little sleep will do to an otherwise perfectly good brain? I am interested in looking for The Suicide Diary, just because it seem so crazy good. Your work is now on my list of writers to explore. I will write more once I read you!
At 4:46pm on May 6, 2008, Lee Weeks said…
thank you for inviting me to be your friend. i look forward to lots of discussions .. Lee
At 1:46pm on April 26, 2008, Daniel Hatadi said…
Many people seem to take a while to get their profile pictures up, and others aren't so technically literate. I don't really mind either way, but it does look 'neater' when everyone has a photo. :)

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