Thank you. I believe that communication using the fewest words is a most desirable art. Over the years I have reduced my wordiness considerably. Hopefully in a few more years I will be a true master and not needs words at all. Imagine if you will a novel of 400 pages without a single word. Glorious!
Thanks for your request. I am no spring chicken (72 in December) but have an interest in what is going on in the world. I taught high school English for over 15 years and worked in public libraries from 1979-97 but went on to partime for another few years (Sundays) and finally "retired" to a PERS lifestyle. Widowed this year, I have time to pursue my love of reading and writing.
Thanks for inviting me. I will check out your shorts, and your book. I am always looking for new authors to read. I also think that I could have gone on and on about who I read, what I saw. I'm interested in your short about San Francisco. I was on the East Coast at the time, and missed the cauldron that was S.F. at the time.
Thanks for the message - raising sheep is in no way exotic - I have "L" plates on, was not born or raised on a farm, so learn something new each year - mainly about death.
Highland Library don't seem to offer your books, nor many of the authors who feature on this website. I have to assume that you may be well known in USA, but haven't got this far in UK. So, I have made a note of all book details and will attempt to get the service to get hold of copies of books. You might get a wider readership "overseas" if nothing else - we live in hope.
I realise, I haven't exactly left many details about myself, so I will go an attempt to update my "profile". At the same time, I'll see if your books are available in the Highlands Library Service - as your published book sounds just terrific. My nearest bookstore by the way is around 100 miles away.
Hey, glad to meet you. Nice smile.
Thanks for the invite.
I think writing a crime story is better than composing children books, at least I think it's more fun. Hey, I love children, matter of fact, I'm working on a parenting manuscript. But writing crime is awesome!!
Hi, I'm excited to hear from you. Does this mean I have to change my profiles that say I don't know the authors personally (in the interests of full disclosure)? I look forward to reading your work and blog, and to exchanging thought on thrillers. For some reason I haven't tagged my blog with the word "thriller", but it is just an oversight of an infant blogger: a read thrillers quite avidly. So, you have already given me ideas of what to write next. Best wishes, Jim