Thanks for leaving me a message - I hope that amounts to a Friend Request, in which case many thanks. I;m Brit, living in Brittany, NW France, but I know Seattle a little (particularly West Seattle) and I adore the place.
Has your book found a publisher yet? If so, please let me know - I'd like to read anything with a Seattle setting.
Thanks for filling me in on your association with Ed Goldberg. I'm glad to hear my uncle was instrumental in getting you published--that's awesome. Yeah, Ed is a pretty terrific guy! We're glad he's part of the family!
Hi, Michael! I am so honored that you have invited me to be your friend here on "Crime Space" and I look forward to getting to know you better. Congratulations on your new book, "Island Life!" Now that I know who you are and what your books are all about (they sound awesome, by the way!), I'm going to be sure to read them as soon as possible and let you know what I think. I believe it's important to always support your friends and now that you're a new friend of mine, please feel free to call on me if you need me, ok? Talk to you soon. Thanks again, ~Cynde
Thank you Michael W. Sherer's for the friend list invitation. I like your website and see that you are on the same reader/writer path on earth that I investigate as well. Many speculate that my specialist field as an investigator lends my energy more toward humanities chances that we may catch a break and actually make it past 2012 and my sharing information with online seekers is a way of sharing knowledge with others. This Crimespace, a place for readers and writers of crime fiction to meet, I hope will welcome my type of crimespace genre writing of future crimes. My husband is Thomas Morris and he is also a wellknown artist and writer. He concentrates on military crimes and spy novels. But, we both have an eclectic lifestyle and write as a passion. Thank you for inviting me to this website. I salute you and recognize you as a fellow reader/writer.
I also do biographies and enjoy UFOlogy as a writer's craft/investigations of trace evidence.