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At 10:21pm on January 2, 2008, Shirley Wells said…
Yes, Robert Barnard is a fascinating man and thoroughly likeable as well as being such a wonderful writer. I often see him at Crime Writers' Association functions.
At 9:32pm on January 2, 2008, Shirley Wells said…
Hi Peg, and thanks for the invite. Great blog you've got there. It puts me to shame. I'll try and get busy on mine. :o)
At 1:44pm on December 27, 2007, David Magayna said…
Hi Peg. Thanks for stopping by.
Keeping up with the reviewing part is the more difficult. I'm always tempted to finish one book and jump right on to another. It takes discipline to do those reviews first, though.

Dave
At 12:25am on December 27, 2007, David Magayna said…
Hi Peg,

Thanks for the invitation. Happy Holidays.

Dave
At 2:12pm on December 23, 2007, Graeme S. Houston said…
Alas it was that wrong turn at Loch Lomond ;)
At 12:17am on September 7, 2007, Maryann Mercer said…
Michael black's book? Loved it! I enjoy his series too, but the Heist was a great look at what can happen when the city goes dark. Have you read his others?
At 2:05am on August 29, 2007, Cheryl Norman said…
Hi, Peg. I enjoy reading your blog!

Cheryl
At 11:55am on August 24, 2007, Kelli Stanley said…
Very cool, Peg! I love the Elizabethan era--whenever I'm in England, I manage to squeeze in a trip to Dorset and some sort of Elizabeth I connection. Warwick castle has one of her saddles (a highlight of my visit, along with the torture chamber). ;)

I'm always glad to meet Five Star authors--we're an eclectic bunch! :)

Take care, and stay in touch!

Kelli
At 11:33am on August 24, 2007, Kelli Stanley said…
Another Thomas Hardy fan! Great to meet you, Peg. He's one of my favorite writers, and sadly under-appreciated.

I'm thrilled to see you at Crimespace. And enjoyed the "Stayin' Alive" blog, too! ;)

Take care,

Kelli
At 9:19am on August 21, 2007, Gemma Halliday said…
Thanks, Peg. Wonderful to meet you!

~Gemma
At 1:48am on August 21, 2007, Sandra Balzo said…
Left Coast Crime is one of my favorite conferences. It's really well run, wherever it is, and is the perfect size. Big enough to be very professional, but not as big as a Bcon, where you can't see everyone. You both should give it a try!
At 11:50pm on August 20, 2007, Julie Hyzy said…
Hi Peg,
Thanks for your comment. I'd love to come up with some quote-y sort of commentary for your presentation... thanks for asking! I'm running out the door this morning and I'll be out all day. But I promise to get back to you soon.
By the way - I'm also thinking about LCC - I've never been there either. But I've heard good things.
At 10:00pm on August 18, 2007, Peg Herring said…
Sadly, no. I've got a romance coming out in January, but nothing in mystery yet, and I just can't justify the expense, even though I'll miss seeing old friends. I'm looking seriously at Left Coast Crime in Denver, just because it's one I haven't been to yet.
At 2:19pm on August 18, 2007, Sandra Balzo said…
I think we did meet at Magna, Peg--are you going this year?
At 5:49am on August 10, 2007, Lyn LeJeune said…
Thanks for the PR information. I need it. My book, The Beatitudes, is a paranormal thriller set in New Orleans. It will be out in the fall and I am donating all royalties directly to the New Orleans Public Library Foundation. Libraries support the infrastructure of a great city, so I have started The Beatitudes Network to promote awareness of the importance of public libraries in NOLA.
The blogsite www.beatitudesinneworleans.blogspot.com describes the Network, has excerpts from The Beatitudes, recipes, and more. Merci mille fois. Lyn Lejeune.
Writers, please pass the word…..it’s for a good cause….don’t let the libraries of New Orleans or the US go the way of The Great Library of Alexandria. P.S. just posted an excerpt on my page here on crimespace.
At 8:50am on July 30, 2007, Linda Ladd said…
Hi Peg--I'm glad to meet you! I'm from a whole family of teachers. Actually, I used to teach myself for awhile, business. So I appreciate all those years you spent shaping/encouraging kids before you retired. Thanks for that.
At 5:58am on July 26, 2007, bruceforester said…
Clever like Miss. Marple.. Bruce Forester
At 4:33am on July 23, 2007, bruceforester said…
Love your rendering all true of the process of getting your ms. from your hands to a well espcted agent who is passionate about your work and then to an editor at a pub house who alo salivates. However all that effort when successful is quite the epiphany.
At 9:05am on July 22, 2007, Alan Cook said…
Hi Peg,

I have at least 5 copies of my new book,
HONEYMOON FOR THREE, to give away to Crimespace members. Let me know if you are interested. I will need addresses of the winners. My email address is alcook@sprintmail.com.

My mother grew up in Harbor Beach, Michigan (in the thumb). My uncle still lives there.
At 5:05am on July 20, 2007, Elizabeth Zelvin said…
Hi, Peg, thanks for the comment. I'm especially glad to make Friends who love the same authors I do on Crimespace, where many have a taste for Dark. I think we already know each other, btw. SinC? Guppies? Liz

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