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At 11:15pm on July 11, 2008, D. C. Hawkins said…
Until I saw it on your page, I didn't know we could do music here. I'll have to see what I can do with it this weekend.
At 8:53am on July 11, 2008, D. C. Hawkins said…
Love the new look; and the sounds -- super. To make it perfect, your juke could use a 78 of Take Five.
(I have an mp3 if you would like a listen.)
At 5:23am on July 1, 2008, Paul McGoran said…
Proud to call you friend, Carole - or should I say Phyllis - I jus' love that fuzzy white sweater. Damn, your site is so-o-o-o perfect! If ever you want to read one of my shorts (stories, that is), I'll send it right on.
At 12:08am on July 1, 2008, Lisa St. James said…
Thanks so much for the good wishes :)
At 2:06am on June 30, 2008, AVI LAP said…
Hi Carole,
Thanks for the recommendation. this website looks like real fun.
Glad to see you around.
Avi
At 8:03am on June 28, 2008, Carola Dunn said…
Hi, Carole,
Glad to hear you like Daisy.

As you live in the Northwest (of England--I live in the NW of the US) and are keen on theatre, I wonder whether you've been to the Theatre by the Lake in Keswick. My niece, Krissi Bohn, is or has just had a very well reviewed one-woman show there.

Carola
At 5:25am on June 27, 2008, Leigh Lundin said…
>I had the pleasure of seeing Cab C. in the Broadway version of Hello Dolly with Pearl Bailey. also saw it with Channing but Cab and Pearl were better!

Oh, man, I'm envious. I always love him in the old Betty Boop toons.
At 5:19am on June 27, 2008, Leigh Lundin said…
I was sure that first song was Cab Calloway!
At 9:09am on June 26, 2008, Donna Carrick said…
"Double Indemnity" is a royal classic! We've been catching the Turner Classics lately, hubby and I, and getting a big kick out of it. You forget how much drama and character development was required before they could be replaced by huge special effects. Don't get me wrong, I love the new big screen stuff too, but there's nothing like watching Bogey's face when he's speaking to Lauren -- he hardly needs the words at all!
Donna Carrick www.donnacarrick.com
At 10:44pm on June 25, 2008, Donna Carrick said…
Great site, Carole! I've always been a noir fan, it's probably what led a lot of us mystery types into the genre in the first place! Love the music and pics as well.
Fun Stuff!
Donna Carrick www.donnacarrick.com
At 5:02pm on June 25, 2008, Snood1 said…
Damn. I though I was being serious about Agatha. Now what i have to do is find a five year old to help me upload a phoyto of either me or Spike Malone, my three-legged cat.
At 12:32am on June 25, 2008, robert walker said…
Thought I'd drop by. Lovely what you've done with the place. I am a big noir fan. My next novel with Five Star is a modern day nod to Bogie and noir, set in Atlanta and dem woods out there beyond the city. Creepy thing called DEAD ON. Won't be out for another year. Anyone wishing to see first chapters or a full download, just contact me on Crimespace and it's yours!
FREE - FREE- FREE as is my blog on myspace on writing the query letter, the author bio, and the synopsis for fiction books. I've sold over forty.

Check out my Friday the 13th interview with the Charleston WV Gazette at:
http://wvgazette.com/News/200806120572
At 10:25am on June 23, 2008, Grant McKenzie said…
Thanks, Carole.
It's easy to dish advice when you've had as much rejection as I have on the long road to publication ;-)
At 12:10pm on June 21, 2008, Greymalkin said…
Carole, thanks for stopping by. Love your set up here...VERY classy! I think it's interesting that you're in the UK and writing a book taking place in NYC. As a drone in the hive that is Manhattan (Wall Street), let me know if you need any help with research. Cheers!
At 5:29am on June 21, 2008, Lander Marks said…
Hi Carole,

I hope you had the opportunity to record her voice tellinh you these stories of her youth. You never know when they will become part of your next manuscript.
SLM ;-)
At 3:52am on June 20, 2008, Lander Marks said…
HI Carole,
That picture is from the German expressionist Otto Dix and certainly begs to ask if this is from the era of burlesque and cross-dressing. Thanks for your comment. Keep coming back.
SLM
At 4:29am on June 17, 2008, Chester D. Campbell said…
Thanks, Carole. You can read the first two chapters of The Marathon Murders on my website and see how I slipped in some backstory a sentence or two at a time.Good luck with the new book.

Chester
At 11:47am on June 14, 2008, Paul Greenberg said…
Thanks Carole. Now how 'bout that spin-a-roo thing they do? Ya got to love 'em!
At 9:38am on June 13, 2008, Jean Henry Mead said…
Carol, how do you do your own slide show photos on your page without them going on the main page? Thanks!
At 4:34am on June 13, 2008, Jean Henry Mead said…
I forgot to ask. Is that Vivian Leigh pictured above with Robert Mitchum?

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