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    09-19-2023, 10:25 AM
    I thought you could probably identify, Bounty. I seem to remember you were/are an educator. Speaking of archetypes, here’s Bob Nelson running...
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    09-19-2023, 12:26 AM
    Thereís still a couple of weeks in MLBís regular season, but football is back! Gotta say I donít have much interest in the NFL, but I do like going...
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    09-15-2023, 02:23 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Nature Writing in General Literature
    Hereís one from Ridgeline by Michael Punke. Crazy Horse, one of the main characters and also a real historical figure, has been tracking a small herd...
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    09-14-2023, 01:04 PM
    So I finished The Ridgeline by Michael Punke, a historical fiction novel about the Fetterman Massacre in 1866 out west between various bands of...
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    09-12-2023, 05:06 PM
    Nice. Also a good hook, which I only say because I do believe Iím hooked. By way of comparison and contrast hereís the first two paragraphs of Demon...
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    09-12-2023, 10:35 AM
    Alright, my friends, youíve convinced me. As soon as I finish Demon Copperhead Iíll dive into David Copperfield, or maybe The Pickwick Papers. Iíve...
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    09-11-2023, 11:49 AM
    Sit back and enjoy the ride with Frontiers, eh Danik? Also **palm slaps forehead ** I did not make the connection between Demon Copperhead and...
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    09-10-2023, 11:34 AM
    Yup, Iíve been suckered into buying a book with a highfalutin prize sticker on the cover more than once (hasta). But Iíve come around to Danikís way...
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    09-09-2023, 11:39 AM
    Haha! Homework. Great characterization, Danik. Those books feel like something I hafta read rather something I get to read. After struggling...
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    09-07-2023, 11:26 AM
    Hah! I only use google to diagnose serious illnesses. My first thought after reading your post was ó hey I didnít know McPherson wrote a book...
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    09-06-2023, 12:54 AM
    Is that James McPherson any kin to the Union General of the same name? There used to be a Fort McPherson in Atlanta named for the Union General who...
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    09-05-2023, 12:22 PM
    Good point. Reading is a great way to travel, and not just to a place but also to a time. I can read about the Iberian peninsula and then I can visit...
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    09-04-2023, 02:54 AM
    Danik, you’ve got eclectic taste. I’m not sure I can keep up with the breadth of your literary interests. And thanks, I thought we all might like...
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    09-02-2023, 10:54 PM
    Iíll start. Iíve been reading The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store by James McBride, and Iíve been enjoying it immensely. Thereís a warmth and humor in...
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    09-02-2023, 10:49 PM
    Greetings fellow bibliophiles, bookworms, constant readers, bookstore lurkers, and library-card holders. This is the thread that asks ó What are you...
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    09-02-2023, 10:44 PM
    Sancho replied to a thread Nature Writing in General Literature
    Nice. I read his book about The Mann Gulch Fire, which was a fast-moving fire near Helena, Montana back in the 40s: Young Men And Fire. It was a...
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    Hi... thanks for voting in the 2015 Annual Short Story Competition finals.
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    Hi Sancho! It's good to be missed! Everything is well. My son and I started a business and it is very busy in December. Plus money. When you start a business you have to think and worry about it a lot more. We're doing well, and I will be giving my attention to it's growth, but that shouldn't preclude enjoying litnet, now should it?

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    Jake Melrose was my own creation but there are plenty of role models in the US so he's not exactly an original. Another manufactured character was my own favourite, Wally Finkelstein but many of the dramatis personae are based on real people. It's true that I did use the leading character as a mouthpiece for certain of my own views but that's pretty much par for the course in novels where personal experience is often to the fore.
    Anyway, thanks for reading it and apologies for not having contacted you earlier. I might be producing another book later this year.

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    Are you starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel?
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    understand, the last couple of months have been hectic for me.
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    All quiet on the Georgia front, you still out there?
    I'm taking Texas own "Deep Eddy Vodka" on a maiden voyage mixed with a little Fresca and and feeing a bit a eeze. In the words of Jed Clampett "Mmmmm doggies!"
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