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At 7:07am on July 5, 2007, Lynda Fitzgerald said…
Very true. We were in Ashville just last year. Beautiful area.
At 5:13am on July 5, 2007, Penny Rudolph said…
Hi Kathryn,
Congrats on the new book release. And I love the graphics on your site here. You must have a good mind for website design. I, too, have fought weight-gain all my life--show me a woman who hasn't and I'll show you a woman it might be easy to hate. Actually, I'm short and dumpy and my best friend in college was 6 feet and about 110 lbs. Hmmm. That's almost a plot.
Best of luck with the new book.
At 1:13am on July 5, 2007, Kathryn Lilley said…
That's true--I'm always amazed at how intimidating the entry process is when returning from overseas. This was true even before 9/11, and must be much more so for nonAmericans. But once you get past Customs, it's all one big party, lol.
At 7:06pm on July 4, 2007, Tom Cain said…
All is forgiven ... Well, I know that applies to the overwhelming majority of Americans, who - in my experience going back more than 35 years - are the kindest, most welcoming, enthusiastic people one could ever hope to meet. But I wish someone would inform the people at the Immigration desks at US airports, who make British visitors stand in line for hours and then treat us all like terrorist suspects. And don't even get me started on the clowns from the IRS. (Dare say a good few Americans feel the same way about them ...)

Have a great Fourth of July, by the way ... speaking of Anglo-American strife!
At 6:37pm on July 4, 2007, sue neale said…
LIke your post about sand walking. Sadly I live about as far as you can get from the sea in the UK, in the middle, so brisk walking is around my village with views of the hills. Sandwalking on holiday in Cornwall, or cliff walking for that matter, is good. Lots of great settings there to use, and disappearing tourists might be fun as a theme involving people wanting independence for Cornwall. Glad to accept you as a friend.
At 1:27pm on July 4, 2007, Regina Williams said…
Thanks for the invite, Kathryn.
At 12:35pm on July 4, 2007, Marta Stephens said…
But you said,

"It started when I was a kid, growing up in a small town in Indiana. I was often bored." :)
At 11:49am on July 4, 2007, Marta Stephens said…
Okay, I guess I hadn't read far enough. Where in Indiana???
At 11:45am on July 4, 2007, Marta Stephens said…
LOL There's a story happening every minute!
At 10:23am on July 4, 2007, Skye L said…
Thank you Kathryn..I'm on my way to check out your blog now...
At 9:42am on July 4, 2007, Lynda Fitzgerald said…
I love that area, too. A bit north of Thomas Wolfe's home, but lovely country all the same.
At 8:51am on July 4, 2007, Gammy L. Singer said…
Hi, Kathryn,
Just putting my toe into the waters--not sure what Crime Space is up to, or I'm up to, but I guess I'll find out!
At 8:33am on July 4, 2007, Angela Wilson said…
Thanks for the comment on the Intensity post. )I wrote a more coherent post on intensity at www.WickedWordsmith.com.) My friends thought I was nuts because the Blair Witch Project had me sleeping with the lights on. It's because of that darned imagination, and once it got tapped, oh boy, was I in for some nightmares!

Your series sounds FAB. Let me know if you will have any ARCs for review for PopSyndicate.com. We'd love to review.

ang

PS - I was in journalism for 10 years - radio and print. I cannot imagine how difficult it would be to deal with weight (the bane of every woman's existance) and snarky editors/producers at the workplace. OMG. Bless you, you are still sane!!!! =0)
At 7:10am on July 4, 2007, Lynda Fitzgerald said…
Kathryn, what made you set your novels in NC? I live in Georgia and set all mine at the beach. It's my greatest love.
At 6:33am on July 4, 2007, Marta Stephens said…
Hi Kathryn,

Thanks for asking me to your group! You book sounds like a fun read. Uh! The "D" and "E" words. Those have been my hurdles all my life. Sometimes I'm good, but for the most part ... I'm not.
At 5:46am on July 4, 2007, LJ Roberts said…
Hi Kathryn. Thanks for inviting me. I lived in Boston for three years and loved Revere Beach. I, too, am a Red Hat member. I lost 75 pounds several years ago than was rear-ended twice in one month and now gained back all the weight and more but am happy to finally be walking again without pain. I love your talent for finding four-leaf clovers. My hunt is to find a natural faerie stone. No luck yet, but I am ever optimistic.
At 12:16am on July 4, 2007, Tom Cain said…
You're quite right about the spotlight - having spent years interviewing celebrities, I've concluded that best-selling authors have the best form of fame: paid a bundle, can get a restaurant table any time, but unrecognised on the street - perfect. As for those Tarheels, it still sounds like they were fighting my people!
At 7:23pm on July 3, 2007, Tom Cain said…
One thing I've got to know ... after you lost those 90lbs, did you get that TV job? Then again, even if you didn't, the results were clearly worth the astonishing effort - a new body AND a book series: how much better does it get?
At 5:19pm on July 3, 2007, Jackie Tritt said…
Hi Kathryn

I love the sound of your book (in fact it sounds a lot like the one I'm working on now, though there's no fat farm in it, and it's set in Australia).

Jackie
At 3:36pm on July 3, 2007, Amanda Stevens said…
Hi Kathryn--I love the premise of your series. And the cover of Dying to be Thin is very cool. Looking forward to reading it.

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