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04-17-2008, 08:36 PM
lol this comes one day after i ordered a book! :rotfl:should be here tomorrow!
Sorry, Rivet--but you're a hero :D and able to enjoy it right away! :up:
04-17-2008, 09:46 PM
Looks like I was first in line to sign up for the drawing. I signed your guestbook and fired off an e-mail, pronto. I hope it's a good sign! :D
To be honest, I've been wanting to get your book but finances have kept me from doing so. I suppose now is my big chance to get to read "Kingmaker" by this summer.
I told my brother-in-law to get your book and to help spread the word. He's into novels dealing with espionage, intrigue, and Cold-War style plots. I suppose some of his interest comes from his college degree in history, where he studied a great deal on WWII and the Third Reich.
I've said it before, thank you for having this contest and please also give my thanks to your publisher.
Now I feel like a kid waiting on Christmas. I can hardly wait to find out the results of the drawing on May thirty-first! :up:
By the way, glad to see you're still around. :yep: Your posts in the SH3 section have been kind of sparse, lately.
Indeed, you are the first. So I wish you luck.
Spreading the word is good. I really appreciate that. If you brother in law is a history buff, he will get double the enjoyment from the geopolitical sub plot woven into the story.
The sort of stuff that makes the reader think.
04-18-2008, 07:21 AM
First is not always best...so I went for quality.
Did I happen to mention that it would be appreciated if it could be a signed copy?
04-18-2008, 08:04 AM
"Signed Copy"! :D
Now that would indeed make for a great selling point in the contest. :hmm:
Not to say having "Kingmaker" with your John Hancock scrawled inside the flyleaf wouldn't be icing on the cake, Brag, but I'd be happy with a copy of the book even if it were dog-eared pages with a creased cover! :yep:
As for your next novel, It's a toss-up between "The Gelwitz Cipher" and "Angry as the Sea" for me. Both sample chapters had me hooked and wanting more!
I definitely am going to need to start saving my pennies, so long as you keep writing, Brag!
It will be a signed copy with an International Spy Museum book plate. :D
I'm working ar fixing The Gelwitz Cipher. Angry as the Sea requires more work as it is the first novel I wrote.
Yeah, save your pennies :up:
Bumping as it is a freebie :D
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