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Re: atlantia list concerns

Poster: "L. Ray Sunderlin" <ray@janrix.com>

Unless I've missed the boat completly, I thought that the main idea here
was to learn about medieval history and relive the better parts of it.
Any question tha pertains to the period gives all another glimpse of 
things as they were.

Keep asking, we all learn.

Hargrove the Wanderer

Bob & Diana Cosby wrote:
> Poster: Bob & Diana Cosby <cosby@erols.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
> cosby@erols.com


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