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fool posts on 6/14/2007 5:19:48 PM Kate you are ridiculous! Peri Livermore needs to s-u-c-k up to Larry. She wouldn't hesitate to call his roadkill exquisite. There is nothing exquisite about Craft unless you call her unsightliness exquisite.
Elaine Palmer posts on 6/14/2007 1:47:08 PM Hehehehe! OK, lemme try my hand at writing! Picture this...it's morning, and our heroine is up early, and approaches the laptop with some trepidation...will I be able to resist today, can't I just be NORMAL and read the news, maybe talk to the dog? A bowl of Cheerios perhaps? But NO! I can't *not* do it! I can't possibly not visit the Melanie Craft message board. I click on my bookmark, and it takes me here to the site, to where I fuel my own inner rage. I feel sick doing it, so why can't I stop posting? God, why can't I just take control of my own life? The tears begin to flow. Tears of pain! Of anguish! Of extreme ennui! Oh, for my OWN life, for a life of meaning! But no, it is not to be. I post yet another scathing comment about the author, and for just a moment, I feel whole again, and at peace. But then I remember that I am just a big fat loser who has nothing better to do, and that makes me sorta, I dunno...sniff sniff...sad. hahahahaha! Oh you dumbass stupid bizzo. You are so very very sad!!! Hahahahahahaahah! Dumbass!!!!!!
fool posts on 6/13/2007 9:02:10 PM IAM, looks like you're that quote dummy now. Hey all you losers! There are so many exciting authors who actually don't rip off (i.e. plagiarize) other books and you concentrate on the torch novels (Wall Street Journal quote) of this pathetic burnout? Robert = Melanie Craft Elaine Palmer = Denise = Melanoma Craft



Elaine Palmer posts on 6/13/2007 8:31:34 PM Wow, I came to this site to learn a bit more about what reader's thought of Craft's books, but I seem to have stepped in to a hornet's nest! There's obviously one very sad person here, whose notion of a fulfilling life is to tear others down, and some folks trying to talk sense into her (her? Yeah, I am guessing her). Word to the wise: Don't try to talk sense to a crazy person...that's why they call them "crazy". That said, I'll try and leave a *little* bit of this post on-topic (hint hint): I liked Melanie's second book, but can't find her first...anybody out there with a word about whether it's a fun read or no? Thanks.
Robert posts on 6/13/2007 2:06:19 AM Jen, Larry has NOT invited you to his keynote because he has no idea who you are. When will you delusional losers posting stuff one this board and get back to your pathetic lives as 7-Eleven clerks. (And sfgirl and jen are the same person.)
Sarah Jessica Mayer posts on 6/12/2007 10:45:19 PM Hello Denise, Welcome aboard! Her first book, A Hard Hearted Man, was written in 1998. I believe I read somewhere that Melanie began it as a school project, so you never know when one of your books might be published. Personally, I thought the hero needed to have more of a sense of humor, but it was a great book. Africa was a unique setting. Good luck in your class Denise!
IAM posts on 6/12/2007 6:34:36 PM why can't this "quote & quote" person write normal? No one can decipher what the heck this person is trying to articulate. User name should be "Dummie!"
Denise posts on 6/12/2007 2:09:14 AM I was really interested into learning more about Melanie Craft's writing for my summer Lit class. Seems like their are a lot of posters here, but no one is answering my questions. Can we get back to discussing her books?
Kate posts on 6/11/2007 2:42:44 PM Perhaps this would put an end to the whole "is she or isn't she ugly" debate. I've figured it out, Ploomy! Peri Livermore described Melanie as "exquisite". You keep calling her ugly. Who would have so much charge about it if not the "charming, witty and self-deprecating" Melanie herself? It's the "insecure" bit that gave it away. It's not that I don't appreciate wealthy celebrities needing attention, but some of us need to get back to work...
Robert posts on 6/11/2007 2:47:27 AM Hey Ploomy, Stop telling us about Melanie and tell us about you. Better yet, tell us where we can see YOUR picture on the net. Tell us about the books YOU wrote. Who are you anyway? You seem like just another jealous loser living her pathetic life around internet posts.
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