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February 05, 2013

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Paula Perkins

I can't even imagine trying to run your life and be responsive to everyone who would like a connection .... you have no reason to ever feel sheepish. I just love your books, that's all. Thanks for sharing your awesome writing skills with us all, we are all better for having picked up one (0r more) of your books, and having made it part of ourselves.

Guin

Meh - it's be great if you had time for everyone, sure. But you have a life and shouldn't feel guilty for it. Thank you for such a lovely contribution to this librarian's life! :)

Christine Jarmola

Where or how would I go about discussing the possibility of booking you for the Oklahoma Writers Federation Inc. convention in May, 2014?

Tonia

Lol, that is an awesome response!

Regina Sirois

This is one of my favorite posts from your blog and I've been following you for years. Thanks for keeping it real and for the nice words.

Julia

Hey, this is a good enough response for me! :)

Caitlin

I definitely don't think anyone blames you. I surely don't! You take care of two toddlers, write amazing books, keep up with a blog, and attend both tours and signings... well, let's just say you have a lot on your plate! And, in truth, you have responded to all of our comments - by writing wonderfully unique books!

Ali

You shouldn't feel guilty at all, to respond to everyone and live your life would be impossible! Thanks for writing great books and an awesome blog.

Jessica

You were already my favorite author and you just got more amazing!

Hilary

Hehe!

Michelle

I consider each of your insightful/clever/funny blog posts a personal letter to me. It makes me happy/excited/thrilled each time I see there's a new one in my reader.

Stephanie

You are amazing. I'm recently unemployed and I still can't seem to keep up with my email. I would be frightened if you responded to everyone.

Sondy

*big smile* You made me so happy when you recognized my name when I met you at the National Book Festival, Shannon! And I still tweet you when I blog about your books. But do be aware that those of us who have any clue to your life ("Mother of twins." Say no more.) don't expect a response any time soon!

Liz

So that's why you never responded to my "Please reply now to claim your million dollar prize" emails.

Maybe I should start forwarding those on to your agent.....

Keanu

I saw the API doc on controlling the furceenqy/etc via the HID interface (python-libhid on Linux is really simple by the way).Has anyone got GnuRadio module to control this? I believe that the audio input is just as per sound card giving I/Q Cheers,Mungewell.

Momo

Behdad, Je suis sfbr que je parle pour beaucoup plus de vos fans en plus de moi quand je dis que j'appre9cie vramneit votre perspective de l'art de production de musique et de la ge9ne9rosite9 du fait de le distribuer. Dites merci!I apologize if my translation is bad, I am still learning the French language.Jay B.Virginia Beach, VA USA

Ricardo

Vics! the wedding floerws look GORGEOUS! well done another string to add to your crafty bow! Thought I'd let you know I've ordered a linen cushion cover on which I'm planning a bit of simple embroidery with a slate grey thread thinking of some kind of tree branch design. Will let you know how it goes (hoping it will be less labour-intensive than the making-of-the-case-from-scratch-with-patchwork project). Wooh yeah craft! xx

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