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At 4:06am on December 5, 2007, Todd Robinson said…
Thanks much, Kelli. If you wear the smae hat in your pick, I think bourbon is simply going to HAVE to be the direction we take at that Con.

best,
-T-
At 1:56pm on November 13, 2007, Sophie Littlefield said…
definitely...see you in december! and next month's book is Cruel Poetry (Vicki Hendricks) and the date's 12/6 - I unfortunately will be at a high school band concert :)
At 1:36pm on November 13, 2007, Sophie Littlefield said…
Kelli! so great to finally find you again! I misplaced your card. :( Hope you're well!
- Sophie
At 1:57pm on November 2, 2007, Eddie Vincent said…
Hi Kelli,
Tana mention Crimespace to me earlier today, so I thought this would be a good way to show you what we do and have a way to communicate back and forth about your cover. I am really looking forward to working with you and Tana.

Eddie
At 4:28am on October 10, 2007, Shannon Chenoweth said…
Thanks for the welcome Kelli!
At 1:56pm on October 4, 2007, Morgan OReilly said…
Hey Kelli! Am so glad I got to meet you at B'con. Hope you had fun in Anchorage.
At 2:02pm on September 23, 2007, Laura Benedict said…
Travel safe!
At 12:56pm on September 10, 2007, Jordan Dane said…
You are sooo cute. When we have a drink at BCon, I'll tell you some of the other titles I had. :)
At 7:46am on September 10, 2007, ITW Debut Authors - First Kill said…
Hey--I hear there's a Roman Noir dude on the First Kill page. You should check it out. Roman Noir is HOT right now!!!
At 7:57pm on September 5, 2007, Fabrizio Fulio - Bragoni said…
wow, i used to be a big fan of Dylan Dog too,now it has changed a bit, and is not half as good as it used to be...
you are right about Buzzati, he's a good one... I like his short novels very much...
bye,
fabrizio
At 2:25pm on September 5, 2007, James Roberts said…
Hi Kelli:

Brad J. Smith's "One-Eyed Jacks" is a marvelous novel set in the late 90s -- 1990s. I follows the Brando movie by several decades, I think. I *highly* recommend him. Smith's work is undeservedly underrated and I've been giving his books out hand-over-fist to anyone who's a fan of well-written crime fiction.

What I like is in each novel he creates a powerful series of events that threaten characters you've grown to love. When I've put down a Brad J Smith novel, I feel as if I've lived a chunk of life with men and women I've grown to have great affection for.
At 10:30am on September 5, 2007, Fabrizio Fulio - Bragoni said…
I'm glad you accepted...
sure i've seen the movie, and i liked it very much...
have you ever seen Pasolini's Accattone? it has a much obvious "neo-realistic" touch wich reminds me Rossellini's movies (might be just the plot, and not the style...).
Anyway i really like Pasolini's style, as a director as well as a writer (are there any good translations of his books in english?)...
Again, i'm Glad you accepted,
bye for now,
fabrizio

P.S. I'm very curious, was it for your job that you lived in Italy? (stop me if i get too personal...)
At 7:37am on September 4, 2007, R. Barri Flowers said…
Hey, Kelli -- I just watched for first time the noir tale, Clash by Night, with Barbara Stanwyck, Paul Douglas, and Marilyn Monroe. It was terrific and highly recommend, if you haven't seen.

I know Barbara mainly from her role at Victoria Barkley on the Big Valley, so it was great to see her as a younger woman on the screen. -- Best, Barri
At 12:00pm on August 29, 2007, Mark Haile said…
Ah yes... I remember one particular only-in-San Francisco night, watching a man with a length of chain chasing after his human prey!

The immediate neighborhood is a lot more gentrified now - but not by much!
At 6:19pm on August 27, 2007, Declan Burke said…
Hi Kelli - yon Pytheas of Massalia - I presume he's the Pytheas of Barry Cunliffe's book? I picked it up a couple of months ago, and it's been doing the up-and-down shuffle on the escalator that is my reading pile ever since ... I really have to get into it. By the way, I run a writers' Q&A over at Crime Always Pays ... if you fancy taking part, just drop me a line at dbrodb(at)gmail.com and I'll forward you on the questions ... Cheers, Dec
At 2:07pm on August 27, 2007, Kevin Allman said…
Sometimes a man just feels like clip art.
At 11:39pm on August 25, 2007, Michael Haskins said…
Kelli, I have sent a request to the yahoo email you passed along. I will let you know if there is a problem, but if it's for Five Star authors, I can't see why there should be. Thanks again for the heads up!
At 8:36am on August 25, 2007, Gigi Vernon said…
Kelli--
You mentioned you have a short story coming out. Where? When? I must read it.
I just finished writing (well almost, still have to do some revisions) a historical mystery short story set in 1934 West Virginia. Very different for me. Very fun.
At 6:54am on August 25, 2007, Michael Haskins said…
Kelli, please tell me more about the yahoo group. I am in the MWA Fla yahoo and Thriller Writers yahoo, but this is the first I've heard of a Five Star. Appreciate your help.
At 5:15am on August 25, 2007, Declan Burke said…
Hi Kelli - That sounds great, I'll definitely get my grubby mitts on Nox when it comes out. Re: the Romans and Ireland / Hibernia ... Ptolemy would have known of Hibernia courtesy of the Greeks, who traded with coastal areas of Ireland long before the Empire made it to Britain ... my own home area, Sligo in the northwest, has a history that acknowledges this ... there are also suggestions (unproven as far as I'm aware) that the Phoenicians made it as far as Ireland for (what else?) trading purposes ... I don't know if you've ever been to Ireland, but flying into and out of Ireland, you can see all the winding, twisting roads in Ireland, compared with the arrow-straight roads practically everywhere else ... as sure a proof as any, if any were needed, that the Romans took one look and said, 'Sod that for a lark.' Cheers, Dec

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