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At 11:32pm on June 24, 2007, Donna Moore said…
Hi Rosemary, thanks for the invite!
At 12:44pm on June 24, 2007, Dave Zeltserman said…
Hi Rosemary, that was kind of a wakeup call about all the work we're going to have to be doing... It looks like we're both going to be going through the same stuff around the same time, with you maybe one month before me. We'll have to keep in touch and trade stories about what's working, what isn't. --Dave
At 6:07am on June 23, 2007, Dave Zeltserman said…
Rosemary, thanks for the invite. Sounds like quite an exciting trip you're on now.--Dave
At 12:29am on June 15, 2007, Robin Caroll said…
Congrats on your book coming out in February!
At 12:39am on June 13, 2007, Craig Clarke said…
Herbert Marshall is great. In Trouble in Paradise, he represents to me the epitome of confidence, style, and grace (especially considering he manages to "glide" the way he does on a wooden leg).
At 7:19am on June 6, 2007, Harris Channing said…
Heck yeah we do!
Thanks for adding me!
~Harris.
At 2:21am on May 31, 2007, Sheila Connolly said…
I think we did collide. It's like being a kid in a candy shop--so many authors I have admired for years, up close and personal.

Sheila
At 10:08pm on May 30, 2007, Mary Saums said…
Nice to see you here. Congratulations on your new book deal - best of luck!
At 12:16am on May 26, 2007, Bill Kirton said…
Thanks for the invitation, Ro. And congratulations on the publication. Your dislike of the word 'executive' reminds me of my first job. I was a trainee manager, which involved spending a few days looking at and/or doing every job in the factory. One guy, who was responsible for a specific machine in one part opf the manufacturing process, offered to sum up for me the difference between the two of us. 'You see,' he said, 'You're an executive, and I'm an operative. Now, operatives know a lot about a little and as they go on, the get to learn more and more about less and less. But executives start by knowing a little about a lot of things and then get to know less and less about more and more, so that, in the end, they know bugger-all about everything.'
Bill
At 7:33am on May 25, 2007, Rosemary Harris said…
No probs...I felt like I walked into a party and recognized a couple of people...
At 12:50am on May 25, 2007, Beth Walker said…
Hi Rosemary. Thanks for stopping by my crimespace blog. Congratulations on your upcoming mystery book. :-)
At 5:21am on May 24, 2007, Steven Torres said…
Can you say more about building the library in Tanzania? Offlist, of course. Welcome to Crimespace and to the SMP family.

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