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Re: atlantia list concerns
Poster: Donald Wagner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To the Cosby's, The Honorable Lord Falcone writes:
Don't get your manuscript pages in a bunch over that note, please.
We are a smattering of every day people(like every other group) and we
always will have one or two malcontents like any other sampling of
America(though probably less than most groups). Go figure.
I won't speak for anyone else, but I have enjoyed seeing your posts for
two reasons: I learn alot; I get to see how much this crew knows and
that makes me proud because I am a part of it. Cool, huh.
Keep asking your questions. That one silly yahoo doesn't speak for me
or anyone else other than him/herself. Please continue and make sure
you let us know when a publisher picks it up.
Bob & Diana Cosby wrote:
> Poster: Bob & Diana Cosby <email@example.com>
> To whom it may concern,
> I received a private e-mail today asking why you (people of atlantia
> listserve) are writing my book for me. Honestly, I was surprised by the
> comment, and it was the last impression I would ever want to give
> anyone. I'm sorry if anyone feels that they are 'writing' my book for
> me. My novel is a romance, not a non-fiction work in the medieval era.
> My questions along with my research are to ensure that the base plot is
> sound nothing more. For example, if a knight couldn't send his wife to
> a nunnery for unfaithfullness...then that fallacy in my plot would stand
> out like a sore thumb.
> If you feel that my questions on this link are in error or I'm
> offending anyone with my presence, I sincerely apoligize and please let
> me know; I will no longer post them and leave this list. I sincerely
> appreciate the answers to the questions I've posted as they've helped me
> 'tighten' the base plot, that which the romance will be woven around.
> If the book is bought/published, my intent is to 'give' credit to
> several people on this link who have been very patient in answering my
> questions as I try and learn/understand this complex era. I also plan
> on giving thanks to the people of atlantia for their assistance in the
> credits. Thank you very much for your time and Happy Holidays.
> Diana Cosby
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