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At 4:36am on October 20, 2010, Geraldine Evans said…
Hi Linda, Sorry I took so long accepting your friend request. I've been squirreled away writing my next book. Best wishes. Geraldine Evans
At 2:19am on September 22, 2010, Richard Godwin said…
Hi Linda, thank you for accepting. Best, Richard.
At 10:12pm on December 16, 2009, RONALD FEASEL said…
Please add me my requests full. Checkout my entries here on my second novel I'm writing---Moral Dilemma at: http://www.freado.com/book/5100/MORAL-DILEMMA
And http://www.freado.com/book/5120/THE-RHYME-MAN
At 12:17am on August 18, 2009, Erin Hart said…
Hi Linda -- Nice to meet you! I see we share a similar taste in mystery writers...I'll have to check a few on your list I haven't read.
At 3:56am on December 9, 2008, Grant McKenzie said…
Hi Linda - yep you found me. A great international cast of crime writers hanging out here. I arrived — and bemoaned my rejection slips — even before I signed my publishing deal with Bantam.
At 3:58am on October 19, 2008, Larry & Barbara Payton said…
Howdy, Linda,
Thanks for the invitation. Let me issue a disclaimer right off the bat: I'm not a crime writer per se. I have yet to find a genre that allows me the freedom to say what I want to say. The crime and murder genre fills that need better than most.

I'm currently up to my elbows in two projects. One is espionage, tying Islamic terrorism to the illegal alien issue. The second is an old style western, with a bit of a murder mystery inside, as well as a paranormal twist.

I'll soon be posting a short story, based on the western novel, to get some feedback.

Barbara and I are retired. I assumed (really bad word) we would have time to communicate with friends and travel. Guess what! Didn't happen. Our writing projects keep us cooped up in a 12 by 14 office poring over our writings.

What a great way to spend retirement!
At 5:44am on March 27, 2008, Sheila Quigley said…
The finger was hell linda, I was sitting on that panel dosed up with what the hospital injected in me and my concentration was not at its best. I dont know if I will be on Harragate next year but I will be paying a visit. it is only an hour and twenty minutes from where I live. When you come over besure to visit the NORTH EAST. it is not called the lost kingdom for nothing, our coastline and our countryside is magnificant.
At 8:02pm on March 24, 2008, Sheila Quigley said…
Hello Linda, five minutes after I said the sun was shining yesterday it was bloody hailstoning.
The Road To Hell is finished but because I was blind for a good four months I was late and fell behind. I will let you know when it is coming out. I am now on with Thorn In My Side. A few weeks ago a comment in a newspaper made me smile, (Great books but there are more murders in Houghton le spring than there are in Midsummer)
so I thought time to take the whole Seahills gang on a holiday, So book no, six is set in the fantastic location of Holy Island. A hell of a lot went on there in the islands past,and it means I can escape from my desk to do research. Really it is only about an hour and fifty minutes away. But well worth going to if you are over here again Linda. When I get a date for The Road To Hell I will send you some more book marks for your customers.
At 8:09pm on March 23, 2008, Sheila Quigley said…
Hi Linda nice to hear from you, just recovering from this dreadful bug that is doing the rounds over here,but today the sun is brilliant and after a long hard winter what a difference it makes. sheila q
At 12:27am on October 31, 2007, Patricia Gulley said…
Hey Linda, I was on Royal Caribbean in May. Wouldn't it have been fun if we were on the same ship? Wish I would have known about the festival. Oh well.
Patg
At 1:32am on October 29, 2007, Patricia Gulley said…
Hi Linda,
Always interested in travelers. On a cruise this past spring had 4 New Zealanders as table mates. Loved them. Book buyer? Hmmm. Was at Powell's Books (very large books store in Oregon, used and new) and was selling a few oldies. I was there when their book scots were in. The idea facinated me. It keeps binging around in the brain pan as a book idea. Patg
At 6:23am on September 5, 2007, Daryl Nilbett said…
Finally logged on!!! Still getting the hang of doing my internet drossing at home instead of work. And now, I have to give it up to order our groceries. Birds.

Good to see you here!
At 7:32am on September 1, 2007, norby said…
Hey darlin' how are you!! Nice to see you here on Crimespace!
At 12:46am on August 31, 2007, Joseph Finder said…
Thanks for the kind words, Linda -- delighted you liked POWER PLAY!
At 1:33am on August 30, 2007, Sandra Ruttan said…
Hi Linda, nice to see you here!
At 11:35pm on August 29, 2007, Karen from AustCrime said…
Hi Linda and welcome to Crimespace - great to see you here - we're always looking for leads on NZ crime fiction!
At 11:31am on August 29, 2007, JackBludis said…
Some good authors on your list, but it's your job to know the good writers ... and Frazier is coming back in the fall in another series. Well, Kelsey Grammer is, not sure he'll play Frazier, but someone very like him, I'm sure.
At 6:43pm on August 28, 2007, Tom Cain said…
Excellent news about the sell-out. Hope you ordered more!
At 5:28am on August 28, 2007, Tom Cain said…
When a bookbuyer asks me to be her friend, I am only too happy, honoured and thrilled to accept! Just out of curiosity, have Bantam Press (or their Kiwi imprint) published The Accident Man in NZ yet?
At 12:22am on August 28, 2007, Martyn Waites said…
Hi Linda, thanks for the invite and good to see you again.

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