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At 1:32am on March 4, 2008, Christopher Valen said…
Daniel,
Thanks for getting back to me. I appreciate it.
Chris
At 4:48pm on February 28, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Just saying Hi and Thanks. I've accomplished more networking here than on any other site or list. And had fun too!
At 9:02am on February 22, 2008, robert walker said…
Yo Daniel -- I won something at Love is Murder, the Lovey Award for best historical novel of 2007 with Shadows in the White City, man! Very excited. Still on Cloud Nine. Hope all is well wid you and yours --

rob walker
At 2:57pm on February 6, 2008, emmalou said…
Hi Daniel - fantastic site. The only question is, as a book publicist with some of the world's best crime writers on my list, why have I only just discovered you??

Sigh...

Cheers, Emma
At 2:34pm on January 21, 2008, Geoff McGeachin said…
Hi Daniel, glad to be aboard. I have a feeling it won't be too long before #1168 is one of the low numbers.
At 3:03am on January 19, 2008, Nikki said…
Daniel, the authors section is bloody fab! New Years res for me is to 'appear' in the coveted authors section!

I've produced articles for magazines and the book is underway - bring on 2008.......
At 9:16am on January 17, 2008, David L. Hoof said…
Quite possibly. 9:42 is much more civilized.
At 8:42am on January 17, 2008, David L. Hoof said…
Bloody Hell, mate!
It's 5:42 in Washington DC and you're already on-line in Sydney where it must be 5:42 AM? Are you joking?
At 4:56pm on January 14, 2008, Amanda Howard said…
Hi Daniel, yes it's very tough to even get a foot in the door in Oz. They want you to be well-published, before they'll even look at you, that goes for agents too. But once you're in so to speak it gets easier.

I went O/S for my first four books, so now I'm getting bites from Aussie agents and publishers, but still nothing is assured.
At 5:48pm on January 11, 2008, Amanda Howard said…
Hi Daniel, I'm in Sydney too, perhaps we should put our heads together and complain about how hard it is for Aussie writers to get anything published here.
At 5:42am on January 2, 2008, Anne Frasier said…
Happy New Year, Daniel!!
At 6:03am on December 30, 2007, Tanja said…
Hi Daniel!
From Croatia straight to Australia - give my greetings to your father :) there are a lot of Croats there. I plan to see Australia one day when I have my own income... ;)
Btw, here in Rijeka we have a little legend about how Sidney got it's name and about how Croats actually named it :)
At 10:02am on December 27, 2007, bruceforester said…
Great work to have a seperate author section. I was reffered by the Mystery Writers of America so I have to believe now that this is separated from readersie socially interested.. you will get tons of members. Happy 2008.. All can visit me on crimespace.. and my space and my bruceforester.com web site to whet your interest in my mysteries. Now on book 3 of a 14 part series.. no I think 15 outlined..
At 1:55pm on December 24, 2007, Jackie Tritt said…
Hi Daniel

I noticed you wrote 'Finally, another Aussie' on Asra Pajalic's page. I think if you look around, you'll find plenty of us Aussies here, but maybe we're quiet? I've been a member for several months and enjoy the contact with crime (writing) lovers around the world.

Jackie
At 12:14am on December 7, 2007, Nikki said…
Hi Daniel, thought I'd just swing by to say that the site is great. Can't even begin to imagine how many long hours this took to set up! The resource area is 'kin amazing - thanks for putting this out there - just the kickstart I was looking for!
At 10:22am on December 1, 2007, David L. Hoof said…
Many drinks later, chundering is an essential natural reaction in a nation where the first form of payment for labor was always in rum.
At 6:42am on December 1, 2007, David L. Hoof said…
Daniel, Mate,
I've noted that 'new friends' are added in nonchronological order, or at least not all with the last moving to top left in the overall matrix layout. How do you assign a position in a group of 1 thru n photos, with n being the last (yours for me) in the set? This probably isn't something the average member notices (or even cares about) but if there is a method to your madness, well... it's like picking into the mind of a nonlinear organizer.
Best to all down under
Where women glow and men chunder
At 1:22pm on November 7, 2007, DADavenport said…
Yeah, finally figured out how to crop a family photo so it was just me there. I thought it was fairly authorish, LOL!
At 10:41am on November 7, 2007, Margaret Grace said…
Well, duh. Thanks Daniel; I guess I should have figured that out!
Margaret
At 12:03pm on October 15, 2007, David L. Hoof said…
Daniel,
Thanks for all of us. Perhaps there is some way that you could organize a reference system within crimespace, whereby those of us with certain niche expertise could make themselves available to those who need to know in order to help with plotting, and in turn be helped by those others who have niche wisdom we lack. This is just an idea, like the ones I write onto index cards and chuck in the bottom of a large box, sorting through every now and again.
Best,

David

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