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At 11:19am on March 21, 2008, Jennifer Colt said…
Congrats on your debut. It sounds great!

The Thin Man should have been listed in my favorites. I'll correct that. I did the list in a big hurry.

Agree with all your movies - possible exception being Conan. (I should see it again.)

Also don't recall Outrageous. . .unless it's about a transexual? Cult classic?

Love Lee Child and many of the other authors you mentioned. Been meaning to read Spencer-Fleming and Ken Bruen for about five years! (Met Bruen at a convention. What a charming gent.)
At 9:01pm on March 19, 2008, Maggie Bishop said…
Your invitation is a great welcome to CrimeSpace. I live deep in the North Carolina mountains and highspeed internet is not available so I can't play your video. Cell phones don't work here either. I'll check out your video the next time I visit the library.
At 4:12am on March 19, 2008, Ailene Yasmin said…
OMG! You like JA Konrath too! He's such a cool guy. He said Jack Daniels was written with Sig Weaver in mind. But, of course, it's Galaxy Quest (buxom and svelte) instead of the 25-yo, Alien Sig. LOL.

Thanks for reaching out. I look forward to getting to know/read you. Congrats on all you've accomplished.
At 3:55am on March 19, 2008, Christian Heinke said…
Meredith,
Thanks for your invitation. I'm looking forward to read your novel.

Chris
At 2:16am on March 1, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Addictive, intense, and not for the faint of heart.
That sounds like my kind of book. My kind of life.
I'm adding it to my TBR pile.
At 12:28am on March 1, 2008, Jim Gracie said…
Hi Meredith.

Greetings from wet and windy Scotland (today at least), and thanks for the invite. I'm still trying to find my way round the Crimespace site, and I'll have to get my photo corrected.
At 6:50am on February 29, 2008, Chris Ewan said…
Hi Meredith. Thanks for the invite. I'm envious of your photo player widget - must go and see if I can get one of those to work on my page...
Cheers
Chris
At 1:19pm on February 28, 2008, Teel James Glenn said…
I wrote a bit for Mad almost twenty five years ago!! Nice to meet another member of the 'gang'.
At 6:38am on February 28, 2008, Betty Gordon said…
Hi, Meridith. Thanks for the invite and I, too like Christopher, look forward to reading "Lady Killers".

Betty
At 5:21am on February 28, 2008, Christopher Valen said…
Meredith,
Thank you for the friend invite. I'll add Ladykiller to my reading list. Good luck with your latest book.
Chris
At 5:15am on February 28, 2008, Loretta Wheeler said…
Hi Meredith! loved the quote from January magazine!:)excellent...I like the photo too:) luv the hair, and the humor:)

Loretta
At 4:44am on February 28, 2008, Margaret said…
Hi, Meredith, it's good to have you as a friend. I once was a copywriter/typesetter/general nuisance at a small agency in Florida. Janet Evanovich is one author I never miss. Have you read Carl Hiassen? He writes hilarious mystery as well.

Margaret
At 5:26am on February 17, 2008, Roddie Hunter said…
Thank you so much for the invitation i have enjoyed reading your page very much, i am from Denise Mina's city and like you think she is a grand writer.
At 6:26pm on February 16, 2008, Lynette Rees said…
Thanks for the add, Meredith.
At 10:06am on February 16, 2008, Geoff McGeachin said…
Thrillerfest in NYC? I bloody wish! As a Sag married to a Sag we tend to leave these things in the lap of the Gods and we pack fast and travel light. Actually I only recently encountered the thrillerwriters.org site and the first thing that grabbed me was the Thrillerfest promo. Have to sign up as a member before the next book comes out.

Sunny/cloudy/sunny morning here in beautiful Bondi. Been watching and loving MADMEN again. How does it rate with you guys on a modern Mad Avenue? As a youngster in a Melbourne photographic darkroom I once had to put together an ad for training bras in poplin. There were about fifteen paragraphs of copy encouraging mothers to bring their daughters in for a proper first fitting and I said to the agency creative director, ‘why not just say – Tweenage Bras in Pop-a-lin, pop along and pop-‘em-in!’ He gave me a strange look, walked away and came back the next morning and offered me a job as a trainee copywriter. I think the world is a much safer and happier place for the path that I chose.
At 9:02am on February 16, 2008, Wilfred Bereswill said…
Thanks for the add, Meredith.
At 8:51am on February 16, 2008, Bill Crowe said…
Thanks for the invite, nice to meet you.

Bill
At 2:55am on February 1, 2008, Laura L. Cooper said…
Meredith,
Thanks for the friend invite. I'll look for your story in the May EQMM.
--Laura
At 8:27pm on January 31, 2008, Neil White said…
Thanks for the invite, Meredith. I have a policy of not refusing anything to someone who takes boxing lessons. That has got me to 42 with a straight nose.
At 3:57pm on January 31, 2008, Geoff McGeachin said…
Hi Meredith,

That’s a hell of a résumé on your website – happy to be on board.
Love NYC! Lived on East 22nd for a couple or years in the 70’s and it’s always great to get back and visit. Last was in 2000 when my wife had a short film showing in a festival so it has been way too long. She works as my sounding board, muse and editor of first and last resort. You and your husband obviously have a great relationship and it looks like you might have a rather interesting sense of humour – launching an Avon book in a Penguin house indeed!
Cheers.

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