N. Lee Wood Message Board
n lee wood posts on 9/27/2005 4:30:22 PM
Hey, Lorin. Thanks very much for the kind words! There's no sequel planned for 'Bloodrights', I'm afraid. All my books are very different from one another, but I hope you'll enjoy the variety. And let me know what you think! Cheers, Lee
Lorin Rivers posts on 9/27/2005 3:22:37 PM
Lee, Just discovered your work and am reading Bloodrights right now and enjoying it immensely. I hope you consider writing more fantasy and even a sequel. I found this site while looking to see if a sequel was available. Thanks!
n lee wood posts on 9/14/2005 8:23:44 AM
Mev - you're a treasure, as always.
Gwenn - I haven't received any mail forwarded from my publishers, but it's always slow, takes time. I've been on the American University in Cairo website, searched their faculty list, ran a general list for you anywhere, nothing found. As you can see, public forums like this are vulnerable to some rather strange commentors, so don't post your email here! I'll just have to wait for the letter to arrive, and ask my editor next time I speak to her. Cheers, Lee
Mev posts on 9/8/2005 4:40:22 PM
(looks like you've got some kind of little ignorant juve-type posting msgs) Ha.
Anyway, Lee, just wanted to let you know that no matter what you write about -- love, sci-fi, disaster, cops, crooks, etc. -- your research shows through. This helps to get points, information, things to ponder, etc., across to readers. Thanx
lemony fan ** posts on 9/8/2005 7:50:10 AM
hey no one i answers me DEOS E LEE WOOD EAT WOOD i shure hope not! LEMONY SNOCKET DOES NOT so read it it would be the best thing you do in you life
gwenn posts on 9/8/2005 3:05:55 AM
Lee, I did send my details to your publisher, but haven't heard from you - did you receive my email address? Anyway, here it is, it's on the webpage of our department - I've tried to post my email address but this site says it's too long, so look me up at American University in Cairo - it has my email address. Contact me outside this site, I'll be over your way this winter. Look forward to hearing from you. Gwenn
lemony fan*** posts on 9/7/2005 8:08:19 PM
hey does N>LEE>WOOD eat wood lemony snicket does not so read it
Mev posts on 9/7/2005 4:45:11 PM
Hey, My Friend,
Looking forward to any and all future books by you. Here in Santa Barbara, CA, you are gaining followers. If you have anything new coming out by Christmas, please let me know so I can get them here for some of my "reader" friends.
The Much Younger Sister posts on 9/1/2005 8:20:32 PM
Having read your stories for a number of years (am I your #1 fan now?), the idea of a happy ending for one of your books makes me bark with laughter.
You really should tell Marta that you don't spend time on chat boards because you're busy reading enough political news to rival a professor of PoliSci, and I should know....
n lee wood posts on 8/24/2005 3:59:22 AM
Hi Marta, Thanks - it's nice to actually 'meet' people reading my books, outside of my editors! I'm not really all that computer savvy (vast understatement, right, Dave?) and wouldn't know the first thing about making my own website. I regularly visit one other chat room type thing, mostly for fellow writers, to have a bit of fun with people I do know personally, but this board and that one is about the only 'website contact' I indulge in. Storm's website is certainly quite impressive, but way out of my league as for anything I'd know how to put together, or would take the time to maintain. At some point, I might figure it out, but for the being, I'm happy enough 'chatting' with all my friendly readers here! As for Robinson - this is the cat that wasn't supposed to survive past last Christmas. He's got FIV (Cat AIDs), diabetes, arthritis, cataracts, renal failure and most of his teeth removed after a bad case of gingivitis (caused by the FIV). Not that you'd know it: He gets his pill every morning (thinks it's a treat, easiest cat in the world to pill, has his breakfast of blitzed chicken breast (microwaved, no salt, no sugar, no fat, no taste!) and promptly visits K and D for more morning treats, either mackerel or turkey slices, and whatever milk is left in D's cereal bowl. He spends most of the day outside, if the weather is nice, alternating between shade and sun by my car. He wanders in and out of everyone else's house in the village, the dogs all fear and respect him despite his old age, and he's so beloved by everyone. He was on interferon injections, which did wonders, but he's getting to the point of diminishing returns, so he's had some acupuncture and steroid injections for his arthritis to keep him as comfortable as possible. He's given up jumping fences, but doesn't seem to care. I keep his back coat combed because he can't turn far enough around any more to keep it groomed, which he's not fond of, but tolerates. And he still demands to be picked up for a cuddle at the most inopertune times, usually when I'm trying to write, to sprawl on my lap upside down and have his tummy rubbed. He's a happy cat, despite it all, and busy using up some other cat's nine lives! Thanks for asking, as you can tell, he's my best mate and the light of my life. Cheers, Lee
SC's books are terrific, but guess what? So are yours. Why you don't have a website where we can have fun (by "we" I mean the readers)Come and visit SC's and have a laugh with all of us, we would love to see you around, and you can weare whatever you want, that's the dressing code. How's your cat? Cheers Marta
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