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Comment from: Tammie Darden [Visitor]
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07/31/10 @ 15:30
Comment from: Patricia [Visitor]

congratulations! and will we ever read another book from Gramarye?

10/21/10 @ 16:59
Comment from: Eniola [Visitor]  

Congratulations!! the baby is cute too. in all honesty, I’m not so sure I can claim to be a fan but about 10 years ago, I came across a few pages of M’lady witch…I was spellbound. Finding you hasn’t been easy because I didn’t even know your name. Is there anywhere in Nigeria where I can find your books? i have searched and searched. can’t do the online purchase thing because of the fear of internet Fraud (lol). please, please please…i really can’t bear the suspense any longer. I need information. thanks. ;)

p.s: I think you are a wonderful writer

12/20/10 @ 00:35
Comment from: Iain [Visitor]  


You may want to try Bookmooch if you’re not comfortable with online purchases. If you have some books you no longer want you can post them on Bookmooch to give away which earns you Bookmooch points which you can then use to ask for books that other folks are giving away.

If you were comfortable with online purchases I’d recommend abebooks.com and amazon.com.

01/03/11 @ 11:28
Comment from: cstasheff [Member]  

Thanks for bringing up he issue of loose ends. One of the problems with writing a series is exactly that ? the need to tie up the whole package in the last book. That means that, no matter how strong the first book is, the books in the middle will generate a hunger to know what comes next ? at least, if I?m doing my job right. When THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK came out, millions of moviegoers were very unhappy with it, and that was one of the reasons. It didn?t resolve anything, only added new unfinished business, such as Yoda. We were left wondering if Luke would ever become a full-fledged Jedi, having missed the crowning portion of his training, and the romance between Leia and Han, as well as? well, I could go on and on, and many fans did.

So, in the final chapter of THE RHYMING WIZARD, I will hopefully gather up the narrative strings in one complete knot. The problem, though, is remembering what all the threads are. Some readers have already helped, by pointing out that the link between the monarch and the land, so strong in the first book, is missing in the sequels. Ortho has seen the need for telling us what happened to the minor characters and has set out to remedy this with THE APPRENTICE WIZARD (more fan fiction is welcomed, by the way). I?d appreciate it if you, or any other correspondents, can give me a brief list of unresolved elements. If I do get to write the final volume (and I?m determined to, some day), that list will be a big help. Thank you for your kind comments.

02/19/11 @ 16:20