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At 6:56am on January 18, 2008, Kevin Wignall said…
Tiffany, just a brief note of thanks for your generous words about "Who is Conrad Hirst?". It's great that you enjoyed it, and for all the reasons I'd hope for.
At 11:13pm on August 5, 2007, Allan Guthrie said…
You're way too kind, Tiffany. Really delighted you enjoyed "Hard Man" so much.
At 1:55am on June 12, 2007, Kevin Wignall said…
Tiffany, thanks for the invite and for the kind words about "People Die". It's particularly gratifying when someone compliments you and then you discover they have great taste in books, music, films, etc.
At 4:54pm on April 24, 2007, a g bennett said…
Thanks for accepting my invite. I don't watch much TV either-it's too time consuming and disruptive to more creative pursuits. (plus the fact is, in this country, unless you pay for Foxtel to watch the things you used to get for free, there is nothing worth watching anyway).
At 5:16am on April 20, 2007, Donna Moore said…
Thanks for the invite Tiffany. I love your videos...The Cure, The Specials...wonderful stuff :o)
At 6:44am on March 24, 2007, Morgan Mandel said…
Hi Tiffany,
Starbucks seems to be the latest craze around here these days.
Morgan
At 9:42am on March 21, 2007, Thomas O'Callaghan said…
Likewise, Tiffany. It's very nice meeting you! I see you're a fan of Lawrence Block. My guess, his Matthew Scudder series. Or . . . the Bernie books?
At 1:36am on March 21, 2007, Ali said…
Anyone who likes H P Lovecraft, Richard 'Altered Carbon' Morgan and Larry Block has fine taste

Ali
At 5:26am on March 20, 2007, Alison said…
Bleak House & Middlemarch fighting crime, I love it! They could crush evildoers with their combined weight & gravitas.
At 11:11pm on March 19, 2007, Brian Thornton said…
Hi Tiffany- saw somewhere (don't ask me to pinpoint the source) that you were contemplating jumping into the canon of William Faulkner. All I can say, beyond, "Wow," is if you're going to bother, I recommend you start with "The Sound and the Fury." The rotating POVs (especially Benjy's) are interesting examples of stream-of-consciousness stuff that actually works.

I remember it being very difficult, but equally worth it (and how often can one honestly say that in connection with "lit-ra-chuh"?).

Oh, and I love Wilder and Sturges, Capra and Hitchcock (Lubitsch, too, come to think of it). Lastly, it's nice to see that someone else still remembers "Newsradio" fondly.
At 8:24am on March 17, 2007, Megan Abbott said…
Hello, Tiffany--good to meet you!
Oh, boy, you're a Wilder-Lubitsch-Sturges fan too--
At 8:33am on March 16, 2007, Angie said…
Yep, not many fans of mediocrity here! Welcome to the fab madness of Crimespace.
At 12:20pm on March 13, 2007, Daniel Hatadi said…
"Passionate activist against All Things Mediocre."

You'll find plenty of like minded souls here, Tiffany. Welcome aboard.
At 12:15pm on March 13, 2007, Duane Swierczynski said…
Welcome, Tiffany Leigh. I'm a rabid fan of many of those same genres, too...

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