Mean people are notjust mean but quite often stupid too. Yes, sometimes it gets to you. I think you interview was wonderful. Of course a good deal of the focus was on your books, you are an actual published author that is something to brag about!
O tanks! I bawt it off amazon, da collectible one. WooT! O, and if yu did wunt dat book, i's nawt wunting munnies fur it. Juss a good home, and I figgurd yu cud find it one. There was a civil war site dat had one ob da later editions and a doctor gived his emayle add. in case sumbuddy had anything for sale. One ob da editions was going for $80 on amazon. Dats 'bowt all I knows. If its up to me, i'd just donate it to a museum of the civil war era. So maybe yu cud find a true history buff and maeks munnies off it. xox
Oh, and a p.s.: When I am ready to unload my collectibles, I have a couple of old books you could sell in your book store. One is an original 1st edition (doesn't say it in the copyright section coz it wuz da 1st! lol) pharmaceutical book called "The Medical Formulary" by Benjamin Ellis, M.D. Philadelphia. H.C.Carey & I.Lea-Chestnut Street.....1826. Apparently this was the book used in the civil war and is well known by civil war enthusiasts. So far I haven't seen anyone with the original 1st copy, just the 3rd,7th, or 10th editions. So if your interested in it let me know. It need a good home. It's in really good condition considering that it sat in a hospital storage/junk room for decades and decades. I've had it since 1971. xox
OMGOSH! Yu is da Feechured User! WooT Clappity clappity and kongrats! I wuz juss fixin' to comed ober to yur dash to tell yu how much I luvd yur last book!!! I keep furgitting I know famus authors! It wuz sooo eggsiting, all da way thru. I dint wunt to put it down or for it to end! Pleez to write anudder sequel! And can I git a signed book yet? Let me kno. Hugs and smoochies! xox
Thanks for that link! I never heard an ad like that and you know I like funny commercials. Ever hear of Whamco commercials? They're not real like that phone call but I think they've held up well over time.