Gerald Morris Message Board
Hobby Hawk posts on 7/7/2007 11:37:28 AM
I love your books! I discovered them last summer and now I can't get enough of them! I'v read several more than once, I've read them aloud to my brother, and I've gotten my best friend hooked on them as well. I've read them all. When will the next one come out. And Why don't you have a website? I've looked everywhere and can't find one.
andy posts on 7/5/2007 2:53:11 PM
Gerald Morris I have readed all of your book. I live stratford Wi.can you writte your book faster please
Hi hi hi hi posts on 7/4/2007 4:27:30 PM
Oh good someone else dislikes foul language So DONT USE IT!
FireBird posts on 7/4/2007 3:46:45 PM
AUGH. I'm running out of books to read. >:-( Very annoying. I keep getting classics to fill in the time between newer books, but even classics get tiresome if you read them too many times.
My fav authors aren't coming out with new books any time soon, and I'm about to go bald from wrenching at my hair.
Any suggestions for good reading (I dislike foul language, so please try not to suggest anything like that) ?
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DramaticFanatic posts on 6/26/2007 12:36:43 PM
Hello! I posted way back in the early messages in this thread, and popped back in to see how it was doing. I'm currently rereading the series (a trip to a renaissance fair prompted me to brush up on my legend a bit) and am loving them as much as ever. I think it's great that Mr. Morris is actually posting here and I can't wait to read the new book.
I was wondering if anyone felt that there were enough fans to move over to a real message board (one with registered user names and mulitple threads and forums). There are some great sites that let you host a forum for free, and I'd be more than happy to set one up and act as the administrator for a while. Let me know what you think!
Gerald Morris posts on 5/4/2007 9:41:41 AM
Reply to Stephanie and Xam.
Stephanie, I would agree with the reply that you already received. Among the best of the original Arthurian romances are GGK and Yvaine by Chretien de Troie. To that list I would add Wolfram's Parzival. The most complete collection of Arthurian legends is Malory's 1485 Morte d'Arthur, but although the writing style is always fun, the quality of the story-telling is inconsistent. Some of it is great; some frankly reeks. All of these should be available in your local library, or if they aren't will be at a university library -- and most of those will grant you a patron's card to check books out.
Xam. Yes, the stories behind Savage Damsel and Lioness are very similar, aren't they. In fact, they even share a character. I have no doubt that Malory's Lynet and Chretien's Lunete are the same person, a stock character of the Arthurian cycle that both of them adopted. Good eye.
xaM posts on 5/3/2007 10:15:52 PM
Ok, I've only posted here once before (check the 10-20s) but I noticed Gerald Morris posted again. Sooooooo... I'm mainly writing this to recommend you to read my other post (again, check 10-20s... please) but I realize that there are few people that see this site. Anyway, putting things up on here helps, and I'm especially encouraged since Mr. Morris posts here, too. Hi Gerald Morris!! :)
stephanie posts on 5/3/2007 9:59:35 PM
Thanks, I have actually read a few of them, but that is very helpful!
laura ellen posts on 4/30/2007 8:22:08 AM
I know I'm not really the person you wanted to answer this question, but I just thought I'd tell you that you can find allot of them in most librarys or on amazon.com. I've read several of the ones Gerald Morris reccomends and 'Gawaine and The Green Knight' and 'Ywaine' are my favorites.
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