Hello, Meredith. Thank you for getting in touch. It's also nice to see some UK friends on your site. I'm on the sunny south coast of England, and once I get the hang of this site I will post some photos because I live sandwiched between two areas of outstanding natural beauty - Langstone and Chichester Harbours -where we sail-weather permitting. I was also interested in your comments about Bouchercon, I know some of my UK author friends attend. I like the way you have added book reviews to your page. This site looks so comprehensive and lively with lots of new authors and books to discover. I think I need to dedicate a day or two to sussing it all out and exploring it more fully.
Greetings from water-sodden Worcestershire - actually things aren't quite so bad. My daughters no longer need a canoe to visit. If you're wondering why I'm twittering it's because I'm trying to think of something new to say. HOWEVER, I love your film choice! E.V.
Thanks for the add. I'm really enjoying this site, especially getting to meet crime fans from further afield than Cambridgeshire. What a diverse taste in films you have, I don't know Blood Simple so I'll check it out, all the best, Alison
Hi, Meredith, thanks for the friendship. I am happy to meet so many people with similar interests. I like your taste in movies, too. I consider 'Blade Runner' , though I didn't mention it on my page (who could list all of the good or even great films in their life in such a limited venue?) as one of my favorites, too. And you're a boxer, too. Maybe you'll challenge Ali's daughter one day. I'll be happy to hold your coat for you. You'll find me standing over here, near the exit door. No, over here at the one a little farther away. Can you hear me from there?
Thanks for the invite! I see you are a fellow New Yorker. I was born in Brooklyn and grew up on L.I. My dad was a NYC cop. I consider myself northern/southern. I love the city and the snow but the climate in NC is great. I never know which I like better. I try to get to NY when I am feeling homesick. Good to meet you!