Mike Lunnon-Wood Message Board
Anonymous posts on 3/7/2008 12:58:22 PM
I'd like a honest vote, raise of hands how many of you would pick up a book on werewolves, vampires, magicians or cupid Psyche.
Anonymous posts on 3/6/2008 10:29:41 PM
Mike was a very kind and talented man. He will be sadly missed.
Anonymous posts on 3/5/2008 5:24:03 AM
so sorry to hear of the sad and untimely death of MLW, he will be missed.
Mike Lunnon-Wood posts on 11/7/2007 4:26:57 AM
Wow. M Fortseque?
Shenanigans of my grandfather? You clearly know more than me about this fellow. All I know is he had a radio shop in Southsea.
My twin brother's name is Mark.
Having said that and agreeing a bio would be a bit of fun - novels are better. I am working on a generational saga at present, set in Rhodesia between 1896, the Matabele rebellion and current tinpot Zimbabwe. Its taking time but I will post on this board when its finished.
Bill Starke posts on 8/5/2007 2:32:00 AM
Dear Mike will you be publishing broken as it has reverted to you ? I have all of your other books & have enjoyer them all .Will you be releasing any info on your new book i have a slight rapport with Rhodeia as while they where person non gratis with our government (Australia) i brouhgt a collection of Bougainvillas in via the back (Sth, Africa ) Bill
m . fortesque posts on 7/9/2007 1:51:42 AM
Mike should write a bio about the shennanigans of his paternal Grandfather, his Uncle Sydney, in UK, not to mention his father RAF war hero x-Spitfighter pilot Peter Gerald; his own life with twin brother Andrew, older brother Anthony and mother Jane pre and post '63 in remittance- man heaven viz: Rhodesia!
Maureen Cousins posts on 2/16/2007 10:10:29 AM
I and my family have enjoyed all your books, particularly Kings Shilling & Long Reach. Am unable to get a copy of Broken Square. Any ideas? Any info on what the subject of Broken Square is?
Henry posts on 11/28/2006 3:46:00 PM
I I have read all the MLW books, and am lucky enough to have them all, except heraklion blue! I would love a copy, and spend hours scouring the net for it - tried the library charity shops etc.
Any one got one?
Dark Rose is superb, mine is held together with Selotape now asit has been read mant times.
Any new MLW books due out? I hope so.
Patrick posts on 11/19/2006 3:44:13 PM
I have a copy of kings shilling, purchased some years ago... Sorry I won't part with it, however I did see one sell on Ebay uk.
Jack posts on 11/19/2006 1:17:00 PM
I've just finished reading my first MLW book, Long Reach. The story was so superb that I was looking to reach the author to say how much that I enjoyed it. I'll be looking to find more of Mike's books. Here in Canada we have used book stores that carry tons of paperbacks, usually sorted by catagory then author. Someone was looking for King's Shilling. If I find it, I'll post back here & perhaps I can get it to you.
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