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Wendy (Gwen) posts on 7/30/2007 10:21:26 AM Been so long didn't know what name I used! (Blame this on my parents, they named me one name but called me by another - unless I was in trouble!) I've checked AP's site and see that a new Pitt will be out next year. Will there be a new Monk to follow? I couldn't find anything on the site to indicate that. I'm taking the plunge and starting her WWI series this summer. I don't know why I've been so tepid about the series but thought, as I really enjoy her writing, will read them anyway! Hope all is well with everyone!
Derrick (Surrey) posts on 7/30/2007 8:31:05 AM Hurray its back for the first time since February. Just finished the last of the WW1 five, I won't reveal how it ends it case you have not all read it yet. Greatings A. M. Gray in Ohio and all the other regular correspondants like Amanda.
Gwen posts on 7/29/2007 5:52:16 PM Hello. I haven't heard from the board in so long that I thought it had disbanded. Good to see that it is still going. How is everyone? We have been having amazing weather here (+30 c for over a week now - we don't normally get this hot!) I see that Britain has been flooding lately.... Hope you're all doing fine and not being too affected. And the States seems to be having lots of "weather" lately too. (Ahhh, when you don't know what to talk about, talk about the weather!)

A.M. Gray - U. S. (Ohio) posts on 7/28/2007 6:01:01 PM Have we forsaken the AP message board or did something happen in my long absence? Derrick, if you see this, please write to me via a. m. gray 58 at yahoodotcom (with no spaces). I would like to re-connect with the Society. Thanks.
Derrick Graham posts on 1/5/2007 7:25:35 AM PMS call up another of our regular entrants and ask. The Message board knocks it out now
pms posts on 1/1/2007 11:18:54 AM How do I join the Society? What is the address? Pat
Pittmonk Society posts on 12/6/2006 3:37:09 PM Wendy, if you want to contact another member of Annes reading circle do so through the society.
Wendy (Ontario) posts on 12/6/2006 2:49:32 PM Thank you so much for the offer of the book PMS! I should be getting it soon from the library here but it's very nice of you to offer. I'm looking forward to the next Pitt book - I really like the titles. (Weird reason to want to read a book; but that sometimes is why I do.) I put titles intentionally too as there seems to be a few different ones for the next book. We'll have to see which one is finally decided on. Sort of off topic but I've always wondered how authors choose the title for their books. I enjoy the ones where I've read the title and looked at the book jacket and can't quite get the connection. Then I read the book and its, of course, .... Anyway thanks again for thinking of me. Have a great day!
pms posts on 12/6/2006 12:26:28 PM Wendy, I have the Christmas book and its pretty good. I wish there was away to get your address. I would be happy to send it to you. Ofcourse you could keep it. Derrick, is there any way to get an address with out going public. I belong to a board that has a personal message board.
Derrick (Surrey) posts on 12/3/2006 2:54:01 PM Thank you for the message but strangely enough my local library has no notice about it yet, nor is in our bookstore.Only 3 weeks to Chistmas too. The bookstore has however got the paperback of Southampton Row which Anne dedicated to me for the research so I've asked the family for it for Christmas. Over here is is listed at £6.99 which at the current rate on the dollar is $14. Anne asked me to do research on the exploitation of the native Rhodeisan copper miners some time ago so I expect Pitt in Africa is the outcome.
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