Hi Simon-A short description of a book you deem unjustly forgotten or neglected. It can be just a few sentences or more lengthy-whatever feels right to you. I'll post it on my blog the Friday after you send it. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Love to have you participate if you have the time. You can see examples at http://pattinase.blogspot.com
Hi Simon-Wondered if you'd be willing to write about a favorite "forgotten" book for my blog project in August. You can find the last three months worth at http://pattinase.blogspot.com
If it's not your thing, I understand. Thanks, Patti
you sound really interesting. thanks for inviting me to be a friend would like to accept. am going through a manic patch right now with the second book deadline looming next month and crimefest in the UK, but please break my routine and drop me a message at will.
Hi Simon! Wondering how life's continuing to change for you (so much in so little time - citizenship, retiring from day jobs to be a full-time author, etc., etc.) and you're jetsetting around for all these conferences??? I downloaded more of the short shorts on the eBook, but have Diana Gabaldon's on there and it might be awhile before I can read something else. Also saw that you're getting a new site set up on your name domain and that's great! Will Paying the Piper also be available as an eBook?
I'm heading to Calif next week--I hope I-5 through the Tehachapis will be clear by the time I get there! And could you please call up some nice cool weather in the valley for my drive home beginning of Nov?
Hey Simon, looks like you survived the GOH at Silicon?! Your Anthony award pic has been in demand -- stay tuned to see it soon in several published venues. And yeah, we're still in recovery mode. Just got back from Homer on Monday. The Kenai Natl Wildlife Refuge bought almost all of Jessica's books and were thrilled we brought her by. I've been finding out how to describe a moose-trampled body from the local Fish and Game moose expert, so the MOOSE MURDERS is progressing at a great rate this week now that I could work on it. Life hasn't slowed down yet, but it's gotten much colder! And my dog has moved East -- NY no less! Jessica Speart took her home (permanently) and so no foot warmer with the Alaskan temps dipping down into the 20's and high teens. Had snow that remains on lawn and roof, and thick frost mornings. Brrr... so drastic change to be dogless in Anchorage! I'll have to put a dog in the MOOSE MURDERS to feel more human??? Looking forward to reading the PIPER (I think). I'm a little hesitant to dig in -- your writing does cause some gut reactions that few others do. Anyway, I better get back to describing that body in a town that in real life has not had one murder on record over the past decade! By the way - Anchorage has the 7th highest violent crime rate in the nation - that in the paper yesterday. Helps explain some of the activity we saw around the convention center/Hilton area, huh? Well, back to the body...