Anne Perry Message Board
Derrick(Surrey) posts on 10/23/2006 11:31:30 AM
I've been bombarding Anne and her agent about the board for nearly 2 months, what a joy it is working again. Just finished reading Twisted Root (my own copy!) absolutely brilliant with a very good twist at the end. Anne's new WW1 book is in the bookshops and I'm first on the list when it reaches our local library
Wendy (Ontario) posts on 10/23/2006 10:35:45 AM
Good to hear that your treatments are over. Hope everything is going well. Glad to "hear" that someone is out there. I generally respond when someone else puts a message "out there" but have not had anything come through since August. So, hope everyone is still there and reading Anne's books! Can't wait for the new one.
A. M. Gray (U.S. - Ohio) posts on 10/22/2006 8:42:09 PM
This is just a test email to see if this message board is still working. A month or so ago, I contacted the WebMaster to let him know there were problems. Hopefully one of you regulars will see this and post something soon as well. Hope everyone is fine. Now that my treatments are finished, I'm catching up on Anne's holiday books.
posts on 8/14/2006 3:30:57 PM
Wendy, I was exchanging e-mails with Anne yesterday (I had her provider wrong) and I'll try again to tell her about the problem. Only 3 weeks to go before the next book on WW1 and then the Christmas special with Inspector Pitt
posts on 8/14/2006 11:24:03 AM
Is there any way to contact .... (tried to put this site's name here but my message got refused) to find out why things like this are happening. I'm concerned that we're missing messages because they're not being posted and, therefore, missing some great "chats"! :(
This is the second "post" as it refused my original note as, I assume, I used the name of the site? (I'm pretty sure that it wasn't baby talk that made them refuse it. But then again, maybe I'm getting so old I'm starting to do it unconsciously!)
posts on 8/13/2006 9:30:23 AM
Just had my fourth message deleted listing the next 3 books Anne is publishing. Wonder if I've upset their computer?
posts on 8/10/2006 1:24:42 PM
Hi everyone. I also LOVE British mysteries. (And comedies - they're usually so dry). We get BBC-C and I've been keeping an eye out for that detective series but haven't seen it here yet. If you've got it in the States we must not be far behind! (I hope!) How are things going in London this morning? Travelling is so distressing for some adding things like this are just... Extremists of any country make me very nervous. Can't we all just get along?
posts on 8/9/2006 6:14:17 PM
I watch a lot of BBC A. Right now my favorite is HEX. I loved East Enders. And of course Dirty Dan was my favorite. I stoped watching when they killed Arthur. Many British programs started on Public Access TV. When BBC came to cable I was very happy. I love the Miss Marple seris. British mysterys are great. I like the "cozy" mysterys.
posts on 7/20/2006 8:34:13 PM
I don't believe the computer idea although I've now had three messages not get through this evening. Its got to be 'tweenies!
posts on 7/20/2006 12:42:26 PM
Thank you so much for your caring. Pat, the Anne Perry message board is pre-programmed not to accept certain or offensive language, advertising, websites, etc. so the webmasters for All Readers don't have to read every message, esp. since they maintain quite a number of message boards for the different book genres. Wendy, do you watch the BBC-A much? That series that Derrick mentioned starts Monday - it's about a cop who, in 2005, somehow finds himself back in the 1970's.
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