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I have your art work – “The OIder I Get” and would like to purchase additional pieces. Are they still available?
Sorry, I just found this note! I don’t think Abbey Press has any more. But I do have something akin to that print, if you’re interested – similar thoughts.
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I too love your writing “The Older I Get” Had purchased several copies, framed them and given as birthday gifts.
Congratulations on your new book! As you know, if it wasn’t for the Godcidence of you calling me, I wouldn’t have had the nudging and encouragement to write my memoir, Meet Me In The Mountains. Thank you for your time, talent and appreciation to help others and also write your own stories. Blessings,
Well, it was YOU w/the courage to plunge in, Candy!! My life and lots of others’ lives are richer for your bravery–your story needed to be told.
Congratulations on your new book, Gail! I’m in Arkansas now, but the beauty of email is that I still got this announcement. Thanks for keeping me in the loop. Blessings,
Hi Suzanne –
Yes, it’s great to keep in touch. Hope Arkansas is treating you well. And I hope that wonderful story about Jerome is still in the works?
How thrilling to be able to put out yet more of the goodness within you. Congratulations. And thanks for prompting me to write in your classes five years ago. Another memoir is in the offing. Love, Carol
Way to go, Carol! And thanks for the encouragement.
Gail, Thanks for the nice comment. Give me a shout at my included e-mail.
Hi Chuck – I don’t see that e-mail you included?
Hi Gail! I am so excited to hear from Sharon Srock that I won your book, Catching up with daylight. I am not sure who to give my address to to receive it. Just feel free to email me with the answer, hope to hear from you soon and thank you soo much for being so generous!
Sounds like a good book. God bless you on your writing journey
I JUST found your note here – I oughta visit my site more often, eh? Anyway, glad we got connected and you received the download. Hope you’re enjoying it!
Congrats on your book. Can’t wait to read it. What an inspiration you have been (are) to me. Your encouragment to keep plugging away is great. It’s my therapy for the week even when the assignments aren’t finished. Hugs.:))Mary
Gail, I just received my copy of a friend’s art/poetry book (to which I contributed); and I saw your name and wonderful piece, “The Older I Get.” I couldn’t believe it. You and I lost touch several years ago, and I’m delighted to see your name appear in my life again. I just ordered “Catching Up With Daylight” and can’t wait to read it. Blessings on your life and work!!
Oh my—it’s SO good to hear from you. Bev told me about her connection with you, and I’m excited to be back in touch. So sorry I haven’t checked this until now, but please friend me on FB or message me on LinkedIn or SOMETHING so I can get your e-mail address.
Thanks so much for writing!
Being “the always last to” kind of gal I am, I just bought a copy of your book, Catching Up With Daylight. I am excited to read it. Hope all is well with you and the New Year brings many wonderful blessings your way.
You made my day! I hope you enjoy CUWD and tell a kazillion people about it – smile. I’m available to speak w/groups about writing/creativity/spiritual growth, etc. AND I just received my first fiction contract –whoa…that excites me no end.
Take care…stay warm.
Congratulations on your first fiction contract. Good things are beginning to pop. I’m sure other titles will receive contracts for you as well.
Thanks, Carol. That’s certainly my goal.
Stay warm up there!
Have been sick in bed for 3 days, with the Juniper “fever..” I have NEVER had allergies–this is not much fun! I missed out on your Memoir class this year but I am praying you will offer it again –as I really want to take the whole class! This year of moving full time to the mountains has taken so much effort and the amount of change has been breath-taking at times.i am a little run down, but I hope when I perk up form this allergy thing we can have a nice visit over a good cup of tea!! Here is a link to another Memoir teacher who thinks like you do..
So sorry you’re sick, but you have been “burning that candle”, girl!
Next year will be great for memoir class–it’s a real commitment, and you’ve already got plenty of those!
We actually met a couple of years ago at Fall Festival, where you happened
by my stand . I am an aspiring writer, who has finished a memoir. Do You
have any ideas about obtaining funds for publishing?
I came across this while at work as we had a patient by the same last name. I am in total shock and so happy to have the opportunity to order some of your books. I am going to do the shopping this afternoon after I get home. I went to high school in dear old Dumont and still live in Az by the way. If you winter here give am a shout and maybe we can get together.
Sheryl Springer Crawford
So glad to see you here, Sheryl. I just sent you an e-mail about getting together – so hope it works! Check your spam…firstname.lastname@example.org