Thanks for the invite....my campaing to help rebuild the public libraries is off to a great start....please join in at www.beatitudesinneworleans.blogspot.com and see excerpts, recipes, and news. My book, The Beatitudes, a paranormal thriller, will be out in the fall. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and receive notification to order. ALL ROYALTIES GO DIRECTLY TO THE NEW ORLEANS PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION SO IF YOU BUY THE BOOK YOU ARE HELPING NEW ORLEANS!
Thank you, Kathryn. I'm so glad you find it helpful.
I never knew that Durham was the "diet capital of the world." I wonder where that gem came from. Because I'm fairly new to NC (an hour and a half west of the Triangle in the Triad), my ears perk up whenever I learn something new about Durham and other NC places. --Chris.
Hey, I just had dinner with Deb Baker last night! We've been friends for about a year. I have a book coming out in January, and she's been a great help in telling me what to do, expect, and watch out for!
Thanks for the invite always nice to connect with another mystery writer. My hubby is a big Stephen King fan-He belongs to the Stephen King Library so he doesn't miss a book, not even the Bachman ones.
I love the title of your book - I'll bet it sells like Chocolate sundae's or Pralines N Cream Ice Cream = ). Good Luck with sales. Can't wait to read more.
Would love to be your friend. I love the dieting angle. Brilliant! You know it's been raining here since May basically (with one or two days every few weeks the exception). Yuck. But I'm married here for the second time and I guess I did something to deserve the English weather!
Hello again and all the best.
Thanks for the invitation. Your book series sounds great. Too bad there isn't an all ice cream diet! I, too grew up with Nancy Drew; did you know there's a new book called, "The Secret Files of Nancy Drew"? Very cool, I bought for my nine-year-old daughter (kind of).
Good luck with the books.
I’m looking forward to sharing writing experiences with you. Your book's plot sounds intriguing and I love the title. Right on the money!
I have “finished” a mystery novel, still needing some fact checking and editing. My plan is to hire an editor and then put it on a print and demand website such as lulu.com.
Reason: I don’t want the hassle of trying to sell and promote it. Yet don’t want it to land in a drawer, as some kind of hobby product.
Any thoughts? Any suggestions for an editor? Your opinions are welcomed.
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I had an African Gray that I kept on my shoulder as if I were a pirate. I walked out into the yard one day with him there. At the very moment I realized he was there, he realized he was in the great outdoors and he flew away.
At 5:13am on July 7th, 2007, JackBludis said...
I had an African gray that I kept on my shoulder like a pirate does. I walked into the yard one day and realized he was still on my shoulder at the same time he realized the outdoors. He won the race. I saw him once later that day. Then he was gone for good.
Hi Kathryn, and thanks for the invite. Thanks for the suggestion re the blog, too. As soon as I get more time (how long have I been saying that for?), I'll deal with it.
Pralines 'n Cream ice cream. Wow. My current craze is for Hotel Chocolat's Pink Champagne Truffles.
Good luck with the new series!
My dad bought the Spitfire brand new and had it shipped back to the U.S. from Germany where he was stationed in the military. He taught me how to work on it, and then gave it to me when I was nineteen. Sounds like we both have pretty special fathers!
P.S. I sure do miss the beaches, even though they're not quite as warm in the San Francisco Bay Area as they are in Southern California. We don't have any here in OK.