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Re: Not alone

Postby dafttart on 04 Feb 2012 11:52

Chop chop now Jeff, your world awaits! I want to find a copy of your book under my Christmas tree this year x
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Re: Not alone

Postby smax on 08 Feb 2012 20:46

[quote="samburusunset"] said St. Jeff to a sea of saucer-eyed head nodders. [/quote]

beautifully done, although isn't that a sex toy?
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Re: Not alone

Postby smudge on 08 Feb 2012 22:36

Adding my voice to the general chorus of "Book? Yes please, Mr Seitz." I'm guessing many folk here would find it enthralling not just for the Copeland/Police stuff, but also for random notes on the corners of the world visited/life in general. There seems to be a high proportion of naturally inquisitive souls here, which is probably why this place gets delightfully, wildly off topic so often.

[quote="smax"][quote="samburusunset"] said St. Jeff to a sea of saucer-eyed head nodders. [/quote]

beautifully done, although isn't that a sex toy?[/quote]

I'm unqualified to comment on whether 'saucer-eyed head nodders' are sex toys, but I heartily endorse smax's 'beautifully done' comment.
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Re: Not alone

Postby jeffseitz on 09 Feb 2012 00:13

[quote="smudge"]Adding my voice to the general chorus of "Book? Yes please, Mr Seitz." I'm guessing many folk here would find it enthralling not just for the Copeland/Police stuff, but also for random notes on the corners of the world visited/life in general. There seems to be a high proportion of naturally inquisitive souls here, which is probably why this place gets delightfully, wildly off topic so often.

[quote="smax"][quote="samburusunset"] said St. Jeff to a sea of saucer-eyed head nodders. [/quote]

beautifully done, although isn't that a sex toy?[/quote]

I'm unqualified to comment on whether 'saucer-eyed head nodders' are sex toys, but I heartily endorse smax's 'beautifully done' comment.[/quote]

Careful, this is starting to crossover into pantie-gate! lol
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Re: Not alone

Postby Schmaffy on 09 Feb 2012 00:20

St. Jeff, you ever need an editor, I'm there for you, man. Pro bono.

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Re: Not alone

Postby alex on 09 Feb 2012 04:36

Kim wrote:Alex, are you on Facebook?

Yup. Sorry, but I missed this
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Re: Not alone

Postby alex on 09 Feb 2012 04:42

jeffseitz wrote:
smudge wrote:Adding my voice to the general chorus of "Book? Yes please, Mr Seitz." I'm guessing many folk here would find it enthralling not just for the Copeland/Police stuff, but also for random notes on the corners of the world visited/life in general. There seems to be a high proportion of naturally inquisitive souls here, which is probably why this place gets delightfully, wildly off topic so often.
Careful, this is starting to crossover into pantie-gate! lol
Thanks for all the interest in the stories. I must admit to some shameless marketing research here but now that I've discovered an interest I must lock myself away and immerse myself in Police lore, as well as other topics mentioned.
ciao for now



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Re: Not alone

Postby Kim on 10 Feb 2012 00:45

alex wrote:
Kim wrote:Alex, are you on Facebook?

Yup. Sorry, but I missed this[/quote
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Re: Not alone

Postby giovanni on 10 Feb 2012 00:48

I will do a new Q&A about my book of The Police & Sting next Saturday; if you're in Milano, come down at VINILMANIA Record Fair, 1.15pm
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Re: Not alone

Postby ilbolchini on 10 Feb 2012 02:31

I hope to be able to arrive in time! May I ask you some questions ? :mrgreen:
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Re: Not alone

Postby Divemistress of the Dark on 21 Feb 2012 22:40

Gio, we really need to get an English version of one of these. Have you ever thought about it?

Jeff - let me or Sock know if you need some cover art! :D
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Re: Not alone

Postby empty on 22 Feb 2012 04:33

Gio, *cough* I know a really GREAT professional translator who could likely translate your book to English. You might even be able to pay her with espresso!!!! She hangs out here a bit ;)

Jeff, more stories!!!!
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