Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Round Two

I'm posting over at Novel Spaces today. Please drop by.
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27 comments:

Deka Black said...

Readed. And to not double-comment, i say today i'm finishing "Cugel's Saga" (Vance is one of my favourite writers). Then i'm going into a sword & planet travel beginning with Amulric, of course!

ivan said...

Charles,

To use a ten-cent word, you're ubiquitous--all over the web, and that is good.

Charles Gramlich said...

Deka, oh I envy you. I wish I had Almuric to read for the first time.

Ivan, if only there were myriads of me rather than one.

BStearns said...

Sure thang Charles, look forward to your post over there!

-Bryan
www.sff-hub.com

Deka Black said...

You eny me? that's new. The edition i have is a spanish translation (and a good one!). But you, maybe can buy the edition of the Paizo collection "Planet Stories". They have plenty of S&P stuff.

Charles Gramlich said...

Bryan, I appreciate that.

Deka, Oh, I've fot several different versions but I envy you for gatting to read it for the first time. I'll never have that chance again.

Charles Gramlich said...

Deka, I looked up Emilio Salgari. Wow, these sounds just down my alley. I see he's got quite a bit of stuff on Amazon so my next order will include some Salgari. thanks for the heads up.

Deka Black said...

You're welcome Charles ;)

Steve Malley said...

Will do. And thanks for buying my book! :)

Charles Gramlich said...

Deka, yep.

Steve, I'm enjoying it. I tried uploading to Smashwords and managed to get the toc to be clickable, but there are weird things in the text where format completely changes. Even though in my ms word file it is all the same formatting.

David Cranmer said...

Heading over...

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Ron Scheer said...

Someone said that we read books to know that we're not alone. I didn't know this as a kid, when I was reading the Black Stallion and Albert Payson Terhune's dog books. But along the way it dawned on me, especially when I didn't want a book to end and turning the last page was like losing a friend.

Charles Gramlich said...

David, thanks for commenting over there man.

Ron, I read the Jim Kjelgaard dog books. Still have such fond memories of both Farly and Kjelgaard.

Ty Johnston said...

I still often find finishing a novel is like losing a friend. I also think it's one of the reasons series novels are so popular.

Heck, I sometimes even have the feeling when I'm done writing and editing one of my own novels. It too feels like I'm saying goodbye.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Will do.

laughingwolf said...

pretty neat :)

Charles Gramlich said...

Ty, when I first finish writing a book I often have a period of great glee! then I go into withdrawal and some level of melancholy at its ending.

Pattinase,thankee.

Laughingwolf, thanks, man.

Stephen Tremp said...

Okay, I'm on my way over.

Stephen Tremp

Stephen Tremp said...

Okay, I'm on my way over.

Stephen Tremp

Stephen Tremp said...

Okay, I'm on my way over.

Stephen Tremp

Cloudia said...

`kay!




Aloha from Waikiki

Comfort Spiral

Charles Gramlich said...

Stephen, thanks. Looks like you got caught in an infinite loop there.

Cloudia, you're sweet.

Michelle's Spell said...

Hi Charles,

thanks for the update! But my favorite part of all of this is the adorable picture of you and Lana! That is so sweet . . .

Charles Gramlich said...

Michelle, we are kinda cute together.

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