Brianna Martini
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About Me:
Published author, poet and cookbook author.
Books And Authors I Like:
Too many to list:D
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Call moi an oldie goldie but I love MacMillian and Wife, Hart to Hart, Colombo, CSI and a few others.

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At 5:01am on December 22, 2008, Sheri Fresonke Harper said…
I hope you have a merry Christmas and happy holiday season :) Sheri
At 3:09am on January 1, 2008, Larry W. Chavis said…
Happy New Year, and all the best in your writing in 2008.
At 12:08am on July 14, 2007, carole gill said…
Hello. Thanks for that. Sure, I'd like to be your friend. I'm new and it feels so strange (but friendly). all the best.
At 10:03am on July 12, 2007, PulpStar said…
Thanks for the invite, Martini. Here's pulp in your eye! (Shaken, not stirred.)
At 3:50pm on July 11, 2007, Brianna Martini said…
:D hehe.
At 11:01am on July 10, 2007, Michael Allan Mallory said…
Hi Brianna, I was a huge fan of MacMillian and Wife when if first came out. I preferred the first episodes with Mac and the mustache.
At 5:24am on July 10, 2007, Brianna Martini said…
Great to see another Torontonian on board.
At 12:44am on July 10, 2007, Ken Isaacson said…
Hi Brianna:

Thanks for finding me here on Crimespace. I've only just arrived, so am feeling my way around...

At 5:19pm on July 9, 2007, Declan Burke said…
Hi Brianna - Thanks for the invite, I really appreciate the welcome ... as soon as I find my feet on Crime Space, I'll drop back again to say hi ... Cheers, Dec
At 6:03am on July 8, 2007, Joan Merrill said…
I’m looking forward to sharing writing experiences with you.
I have “finished” a mystery novel, still needing some fact checking and editing. My plan is to hire an editor and then put it on a print and demand website such as
Reason: I don’t want the hassle of trying to sell and promote it. Yet don’t want it to land in a drawer, as some kind of hobby product.
Any thoughts? Any suggestions for an editor? Your opinions are welcomed.
(My icon has no meaning; it was the only graphic I had stored in my computer.)

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