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At 5:48am on February 16, 2008, Gigi Vernon said…
What a great owl photo! Love birds of all kinds.
At 7:00am on October 4, 2007, Dianne Day said…
hi --yes, that was a long time ago. I trst you're well etc. I've been slowed down, WAY down. by a broken right elbow. Typing left hand only so not very prolific right now.
At 4:41am on October 4, 2007, Lo Monaco said…
Hi, Dianne,
Remember me? I'm Lo Monaco and I used to correspond with you from Italy. I lost track of you and just found you again today. I've been back in CA since 2002. I'm really glad I found you again. =)
At 7:33am on June 15, 2007, Nikki Leigh said…
I've found that lighthouses are great for mystery and suspense stories :) Lots of possibilities and there is so much rich history to use :)

Nikki Leigh
At 7:07am on May 16, 2007, Dianne Day said…
Hi Lois. I got tired of the snarking on DL. Seemed to me like everybody had lost their sense of humor. It's nice to see you here, and thanks for the kind words.
At 9:08am on May 14, 2007, Lois Reibach said…
It's good to see you online again. I was sad when you left DorothyL because you were the first author I ever got a personal email from, and I loved your books. Hope you are healthy.
At 9:49am on April 19, 2007, Dianne Day said…
Hi Robert. Thanks. It's good to know people still remember Fremont!
At 8:05am on April 19, 2007, Robert K. Foster said…
Greetings Diane. I too am a fan of the Fremont Jones books. Nice owl picture also.
At 6:20am on April 16, 2007, Dianne Day said…
Amanda, I don't think the Fremont Jones books are still in print, are they? Anyway, thanks for the memories. For the record -- I don't think she's keeping it a secret -- when Amanda was at Bantam she was one of my Fremont Jones editors, and truth is, she was the best editor I ever had. I was very sorry to see her leave, though I totally understood why she did.
At 2:35am on April 14, 2007, Amanda Clay Powers said…
I'll chatter back! I love finding old friends online. So much fun to see you again here...even as an owl. I still recommend Fremont Jones to anyone needing a good mystery.
At 8:54am on April 11, 2007, Rose said…
We used to have a huge snowowl that would be sighted in our neighborhood. Was around for many years. Saw it myself a couple of times. This is in the inner city, but we are very close to the Mississippi so figure it was hunting around there.
Owls rule. Maybe once I decide to grow up, I can acquire some owl type wisdom.
At 7:01am on April 11, 2007, Dianne Day said…
Andrea, Children of Men wasn't ever typical of any of the rest of PD James's books, and I'm sure once she sold it to the movies she lost control. I haven't decided whether or not go rent the DVD. I wish I lived in the woods! I have a patch of them quite near my house, can see from the window, but I'm out where the developer put the houses.

Rose, Owl Fans Rock!

And Sparkle, it is WONDERFUL to see you!
At 4:31pm on April 10, 2007, sparkle hayter said…
Hey Dianne!
At 3:34pm on April 10, 2007, Andrea Campbell said…
I wanted to check out your page because owls are underestimated. I live in the woods and they are fierce, melodious and wonderful.

I do have to say I used to like P.D. James quite a bit but I recently saw a film version of Children of Men and found it scattered and unsettling. We really would have preferred a different movie at the end of the day.

Gee, retirement, something I'll never know. I hope you are enjoying yours.
At 10:40am on April 10, 2007, Rose said…
Diane, I love your pix.
I am an owl fan from way back.
At 6:33am on April 7, 2007, Dianne Day said…
Or maybe I should ask "Whooooooo"?
At 6:32am on April 7, 2007, Dianne Day said…
So if I chatter, who is there to chatter back at me?

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