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By: Robert Kefauver

Tue, 07 Apr 2015 17:31:26 +0000

I have vol 1-30 how do I get the others.


Wed, 07 May 2014 02:01:38 +0000

I leave a response whenever I like a article on a website or I have something to contribute to the conversation. It's caused by the fire communicated in the post I read. And after this post Grantville Gazette on line / going Pro / going bi-monthly | The official home page of author Eric Flint. I was moved enough to drop a commenta response :) I do have 2 questions for you if you usually do not mind. Could it be only me or do a few of these responses come across like written by brain dead people? :-P And, if you are posting at other online social sites, I'd like to follow you. Would you list every one of your community pages like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

By: Bayu

Wed, 05 Dec 2012 10:15:50 +0000

Is it possible that you not have Virginia DeMarce write any more solo voemuls in the history? Frankly, she is a fine Historian if you like 17th century European ecclesiastic and convoluted German peerage history, but she simply cannot, even with her cast of hundreds, keep my interest. I have seldom run across anything quite so convoluted and unfortunately so dull in my 70 plus years. It took me weeks to read and even then I knew I would have to reread it and draw a map of the characters' in order to try to make sense of her efforts and get a handle on the somewhat weak plot. I did finally manage to read it through over one weekend, but then I was confined to a hospital bed and had nothing else worth reading at hand.Other than that book I have enjoyed ALL of the rest in the series, so much so in fact that I am over half way through writing a novel length time travel tale of my own. Just out of interest, mine deals with the North American continent and I'm afraid I didn't borrow from your Asitti Shards,' so there will be little to compare to your Ring of Fire' series.Now besides that one complaint, thank you very much for your work and may you continue writing long into the future.

By: Godel Fishbreath

Tue, 31 Jul 2012 03:57:14 +0000

What the series needs now is a good index. It would answer questions like: Where are the Anacondra series stories? At 40 books you will need organisation.

By: Kettie

Sat, 15 Nov 2008 05:27:26 +0000

Its a nice post about online shopping because Online shopping is fast becoming the most preferred mode of shopping whereby shoppers can reap the advantages of Internet shopping from the luxury of their homes.

By: Loyal Minion

Fri, 04 May 2007 02:24:58 +0000

May 3, 2007, Gazette 11 and the packages are up at Webscriptions. BUT... really really think about going to instead and buying a membership there. It's very cool, and you get the exact same downloads PLUS the e-arc of the magazine. -- Loyal Minion

By: Rick

Thu, 03 May 2007 14:17:03 +0000

Good Idea! We will consider it and if so, send out coupons via email. Loyal Minion

By: kreeb

Thu, 03 May 2007 00:59:42 +0000

Every day, since the email was sent, I have gone to the webscriptions site to buy the Grantville Gazette vols 11 - 16 package. I have purchased every book in the series (including the first ten volumes of the Grantville Gazette) in hard cover and or eBook. It just breaks my little heard that I can't send you my $27.00 ($30.00 ?) for the next six issues of the Gazette. Quote: But we’ll be adding a new six-volume package, consisting of Volumes 11-16—May 2007 through March 2008—for $27. End Quote... When? Soon please, pretty please... have it available for purchase at webscriptions.

By: Victoria Short

Wed, 02 May 2007 15:14:12 +0000

ACK! Evil evil evil.... I already have Andromeda, any chance of a discount for us loyal Universe club members?