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At 12:30pm on September 10, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
I missed being on the mountain this year. (You can't imagine how much!) I had family issues I had to deal with this year, so couldn't get away this summer. Boy, do I need a vacation. I hope you've been finding time for your writing along with this huge project you've undertaken.
At 4:32pm on September 10, 2008, Gary Floyd said…
Hey nice to be here. Wherever here is? I'm a big fan of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Remarque (All's Quiet on Western Front), Sherwood Anderson, Thomas Wolf, Sinclair Lewis. Hopefully I didn't forget anyone. I'd apoligize to them personally but then I guess there's no need.
At 11:28am on September 11, 2008, Jules Riley said…
Glad to hear from you Les. I hope to get to Wildacres for Fall Gathering. Are you and Susan coming up? I'll forward a photo soon although The one you have for me is most becoming. See you soon.... Jules
At 4:02pm on September 11, 2008, Gary Floyd said…
This is a way cool site Les or as we say in Boston it's wicked cool.
At 4:41pm on September 11, 2008, John Leslie Butchart said…
Dude, thanks, and we've just begun! Seriously, I appreciate the feedback. We'll be adding more and more videos over time, plus groups and forums and such. Feel free to invite some friends -- especially writer friends. All the best, Les
At 7:13am on September 12, 2008, Lois Gray said…
Thanks, Les. This is a great idea. I will upload some photos in due course. I'm looking forward to participating and just enjoying what the site has to offer. Cheers, Lois
At 11:59am on September 14, 2008, Gary Greer said…
Dear Les, Susan,
Life is treating me about the same as I treat it, as has long been the case. Betty, however, had to get a new knee in July and only this week has she begun to be free of pain and to be a bit more mobile. Hannah was merciful when she came through Washington, NC and did not damage our boat, thank God. That's about it since Wildacres. We hope all goes well at your house.

Gary
At 4:03pm on September 14, 2008, Janice Fuller said…
Hi, Les. Sorry not to write or call before now. My aunt that I look after broke her hip a few weeks ago, and that has occupied so much of my time. Maybe I can call you tonight after I visit her this afternoon.

Love to Susan and you,
Janice
At 4:17pm on September 17, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Hi Les,

You can send a note about writenow.tv to the Maryland Writer's Association's e-newswire. I think that will get the word out to many writers in my area. The person to contact is Kim Williams. She can be reached at kimberly.s.williams@gmail.com. Tell her I suggested you contact her. This is exactly the type of project our association likes to promote. I can also have some announcements made at our meetings. Also, my husband and I are going to be participating in the Baltimore Book Festival in a couple of weeks. If you have pdfs of any written material, we can hand copies of those out there.

I hope this helps.

All the best,
Sherry
At 4:25pm on September 17, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
The Stephen King video is hysterical! Loved it!!!
At 4:31pm on September 17, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Another question, Les: How does one go about getting a book listed in the Bookbed? The anthology "New Lines From The Old Line State: An Anthology of Maryland Writers" is now available on Amazon (and includes some of my writing). It would be wonderful to have it included on this site.
At 6:16pm on September 17, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Hi Les,

I don't know if the email I sent you went through since the address said "do not reply." The following is the address for the anthology on Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw_0_10?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=new+lines+from+the+old+line+state&sprefix=New+lines+

I think adding the subtitle may have caused a problem.

All the best,
Sherry
At 12:20am on September 18, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Thanks so much, Les, for your kind words and for listing the anthology on the Bookbed. I think you're doing a fabulous job with this site. I love the Stephen King video. I laughed my head off. :)
At 6:44pm on October 16, 2008, Greg Turner said…
Thanks! Great site, Les :)
At 1:12am on November 12, 2008, Sherry Audette Morrow said…
Hi Les,

I just want to let you know I've really enjoyed the David Foster Wallace videos. What a heartbreaking loss of an incredible talent. Thanks so much for sharing these with us.

Sherry
At 8:25pm on November 15, 2008, Justin said…
Hey Les,

I like how the site is coming along, the videos seem very helpful.
I am going to try to start writing more often. ^_^
Like for pleasure, cause you gotta have a dream, cause maybe one day it could come true.
Could you tell me if I need to take, or add to, my profile page? I don't know if it is good enough yet.......

-Justin
At 12:02am on November 16, 2008, Carole Mehle said…
Hi, Les. Good job on the site. Glad I finally got around to getting here. Hi to Susan too.
At 9:22pm on November 22, 2008, Justin said…
Hey Uncle Les!
SEE YOU ON THANKSGIVING!
At 3:07pm on November 24, 2008, Neve said…
I'm gonna say novels by default. When I write poetry and short stories I usually end up feeling dissatisfied - there's so much more that you can put into a novel. A lot is to do with genre as well, I don't think I could bring myself to write a fantasy short story. Also, novels call for illustrations and I love doing them too!
At 2:33pm on December 29, 2008, Justin said…

Hey Uncle Les.... I FINALLY uploaded a picture.... But I remodeled it and made it different, I posted the remodeled one on this comment.. Which should I use?? The one with my friend and me? Or the remodeled one?? Thanks, Justin
PS: See you at New Years!

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