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    Happy Birthday, Rich!
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    Happy Birthday Rich!
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    Hi Rich. Thought you might like to know the latest word on the forthcoming Doc Savage novels by Will Murry. This is a direct copy of his post on our yahoo group.

    While I'm not yet ready to make any announcements on new Doc Savage novels, there will be a startling Doc announcement at the Windy City Pulp & Paperback show next week.

    I can say that THE DESERT DEMONS is complete.
    I'm polishing HORROR IN GOLD.
    I have most of THE INFERNAL BUDDHA written.
    And I have been working on PHANTOM LAGOON too.


    By the way, thanks for your phone call this week. Gets lonely here sometimes.

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    Nice to see you stop by. Things are going well for me -- life is busy, as usual. . .work for the wife and me (something we're very fortunate to have), taking care of our two daughters, reading, handy-maning. . .pining for Spring and Summer. . . In comics, I've gotten totally into BPRD, a Hellboy spin off, that's super good.

    How are things with you and yours?
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    Hi hi. Thanks for wishing me a Merry Christmas, sorry for not responding. Hope things are well for you
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    He is around and well- birthday is coming up next week, so I am planning something special. We are both pretty broke these days, and live in different cities, so haven't seen a lot of each other. You haven't blogged much lately- how is life at AAA? I am missing your funny stories and crankiness .
  7. I know what you mean--I actually get nervous when things are going smoothly windering where the shoe will drop. Too bored these days to argue but always ready to encourage if possible. How is Allard these days--have not noticed his presence as much of late or am I missing something??
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    Technically all is well- but life is never that simple, is it?
    I've been lurking around Lit-Net and not really commenting. Not enough energy to argue with people or form coherent sentences . Also working and riding most of the time! xx
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    hey, just dropping in to say hello, Riesa
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    Merry Christmas and Happy New year to you, as well- the foot is just fine, my friend I'm a little more worried about the nerve damage in my upper thigh thanks to a horse bite, now! ::
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Jane Austen in Very Concise Summary

by mtpspur on 01-13-2015 at 01:40 PM
Recently finished a collection of Jane Austen's Seven Novels and came away well pleased with her writing but not her plot solutions. In these more modern and sophisticated times much agony and heartbreak would have been avoided with simple statements or honest answers to questions--just saying--tongue firmly in cheek.

Lady Susan: "Lady Susan aren't there any other family members you could stay with?" (Asked by anyone she's living off of for months at a time.)

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Updated 01-13-2015 at 04:14 PM by mtpspur (usal hasty typing)


Strange Authors from The Saint Magazine

by mtpspur on 07-06-2014 at 08:02 PM
Spent the afternoon going through my copies of The Saint Magazine. These were mystery digests published from 1953-1967 with a very three issue 1984 revival. Missing 36 of the original 141 issue run and the last two issues of the revival. The idea was to index any author I had an interest in so I could locate them later when wanting to read them.

Some authors noted were a bit of a surprise. Isaac Asimov (06-56), Pearl Buck (04-58, 04-66), Ray Bradbury (06-84), Erskine Caldwell (05-56),

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Career Move

by mtpspur on 06-03-2014 at 02:28 AM
It has been a huge amount of time since being here. The fault is mine as I have been actually swept up in Facebook relationships that have become very meaningful in their in my life.

The biggest change occurred May 14h last month when Allied AAA decided to move the dispatchers form the Dayton Call Center to Lexington KY. I did not desire to move so after 22 and half years I am now released from my second career in life. The first was the Air Force for a little over 21 years. The

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Updated 06-03-2014 at 10:46 PM by mtpspur


And Yet Back Again

by mtpspur on 08-18-2013 at 06:42 PM
Still not in love with the format changes here. I never entirely want to go away but on the other hand my life has changed a bit. The debt load has substantially gone away--paid off a debt consolidation loan and took a pension payoff (which will be made up by social security when the time comes-thanks to my military retirement check I'm fairly good). Just now getting set up with a view to saving up for next year's taxes and next year even taking a real vacation and not the stay at homes they

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A Look Back

by mtpspur on 06-04-2013 at 06:54 PM
Time has been flying these past few months and my dislike of the format changes here continues to hinder my participation herein.

Pretty much Anna Karenina was the last real literature I have read. More recent reads were the Complete Cardigan--4 voulumes by Frederick Nebel and the Complete Donahue by same. Have read about four Spider pulp novels and he is best experienced in short doses.

My finances took major step forward end of last year when AAA offered an pension

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