Date: Sun, 26 feb 2012 11:05:08 -0500
Mikey DiLoreto [firstname.lastname@example.org]BR> Subject: Your book
So I finished "Artist in Residence," and wanted to let you know that I very much enjoyed it. I loved the respective voices you gave to the protagonists. It was captivating to watch their relationship blossom over the course of a few months. Sometimes the people who enter our lives for no more than weeks turn out to be the ones who change our lives the most drastically. P> I truly feel this book could easily be transformed into a play. The relationship between the two main characters is compelling enough to be a simple, straight-forward two person script. You find two great actors, and a couple strong supporting actors, and you've got a hit!
I am so happy to have read it, Larry, and I did end up passing it on to a friend who will also be emailing you with her comments.
ONLY A GAME
Good luck with "Artist in Residence" and beyond.
All the best,
Date: Sun, 13 Dec 2009 11:05:08 -0500
From: Christine Connor
Subject: Your book
Just finished your book. It is amazing how the world has changed since '82! Not just typewriters/computers but the liaison between professor and nineteen year old, which once would scarcely raise an eyebrow, no longer!
The desire to create and share art remains timeless however.... and that impulse is very much alive in your story .
Two suggestions,first,I think there also might be a play in here.
Secondly, don't know if you are aware but you can send a copy of a
self published book to Amazon, set your price and they will list and
sell it for you. You get 30% I believe, better than most royalties I think . Anyway, a thought.
. Thanks for the copy and keep writing!