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    bdcharles
    bdcharles commented on Pinkbelt75's wall:
    Zoiks! My fears re: predictability are coming true... ;)
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    Pinkbelt75
    Pinkbelt75 commented on bdcharles's wall:
    It's funny because I was reading the entries on my phone so I had widened the image so that only the text was on the screen. When I started reading yours I actually said out loud, 'this has got to be BD's.' Great tale.
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    FergCurrie
    "FergCurrie" commented on FergCurrie's Blog "The Berg Blog".
    Thanks for that correction, Athelstone. Doesn't say much for my self-promotion, does it...
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    Pinkbelt75
    Pinkbelt75 commented on Pinkbelt75's wall:
    They are real in my head. That was Jack and David, as you probably worked out.
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    bdcharles
    bdcharles commented on Pinkbelt75's wall:
    Pinks is it wrong that I chuckled at the end of your comp entry? I keep reminding myself that these are not real people..,
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    Athelstone
    "Athelstone" commented on FergCurrie's Blog "The Berg Blog".
    404? Somebody changed your URL http://www.lulu.com/shop/fergus-currie/the-grangemouth-conspiracy/paperback/product-22104505.html
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    CJ
    CJ I am currently at that point in this rewrite where the initial rush of excitement at all the new directions this novel is taking has worn off, but the end is not yet in sight and I'm getting impatient... Ppphhrrrrrbbbhhhhrrrr. I just want it done to I can edit it and turn it into a proper story again!
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    • Giselle
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      Giselle Time for wine... or chocolate. Or both. ;-)
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    FergCurrie
    "FergCurrie" commented on FergCurrie's Blog "The Berg Blog".
    'The Grangemouth Conspiracy' is complete and I'm secretly self publishing on Lulu.com as a from of crowd funding. 'The Brass band Murders' is almost completed and will follow The G.C. at the end of 2015. 'The lights of Stenhousemuir' and Kepler's ...
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    Sandra
    "Sandra" commented on FergCurrie's Blog "The Berg Blog".
    First question - are these finished novels? Available to buy?
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    Dan Green
    Dan Green I’m just about to write the demise of a main character. With her story finished, I don’t know whether to be happy or sad.
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    • Giselle
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      Giselle Celebrate her existance and her passing, then create a nasty character you can kill with glee!
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    Hil
    Hil A3 paper. Pencil. Quiet house. No day job pressure. Ideas. New picture book germinating...
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    • kim
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      kim Not many picture book writers on here, good luck Hil :)
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    FergCurrie
    FergCurrie has accepted Bric's friend request.
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    Caducean Whisks
    Caducean Whisks ... and in a separate search, what to get an 83-year-old uncle for his birthday? Any ideas most welcome. Alcohol not allowed.
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    • Old Fat Prop
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      Old Fat Prop An Anna-Nicole Smith...
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    • dyslexic of dartford
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      dyslexic of dartford Never mind him. Can I have one of them?
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    • Caducean Whisks
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      Caducean Whisks ANS is a bit dead, isn't she? Besides the health issues, it may upset Aunty Joan.
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    • dyslexic of dartford
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      dyslexic of dartford Oh, I thought that they came in a box like Barbie.
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    • Hil
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      Hil I have just bought my soon to be 84-year-old father a grammar book for his birthday: For who the bell tolls. But not all 83/84 year olds like the same things. I have bought my (same age) mother a pair of leg-warmers. Is that a better idea?
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    • Caducean Whisks
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      Caducean Whisks Mmm. Should mention that he's just been diagnosed with early stage dementia and doesn't really read. Leg warmers preferable to necrophilia, though. In so many ways :)
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    • Caducean Whisks
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      Caducean Whisks @DoD - I expect she was in a box; and may still be - deep underground :)
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    • Old Fat Prop
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      Old Fat Prop The original is gone but the species still exists under that now generic label. Her-indoors gramp asked for a chainsaw at 89. He was disappointed .. Then went for a nap.
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    • Sandra
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      Sandra Jigsaw puzzle? (All the presents I bought my octogenarian aunt we found unused after her death, so I'm no expert)
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    • Caducean Whisks
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      Caducean Whisks Hmm. Aunty Joan is the jigsawarian - a couple of Xmases ago, she received about five :) Thanks tho - that's the kind of thing. He does take rather a lot of naps.
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    • kim
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      kim How about a cd of music from his past. It may trigger fond memories : )
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    • Caducean Whisks
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      Caducean Whisks That's a good idea Kim, thanks.
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    • Sandra
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      Sandra (nearly said "but CDs weren't invented then" Whoops.)
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    • Caducean Whisks
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      Caducean Whisks :-D
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    Caducean Whisks
    Caducean Whisks is looking at infra-red cameras on Amazon.
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    Mashie Niblick
    "Mashie Niblick" commented on Loretta Milan's Blog "Author marketing survey with £100 Amazon voucher up for grabs".
    Loretta I'm in....in two years lol
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    Jester
    Jester has uploaded 1 new music files.
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    Jester
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    FergCurrie
    FergCurrie wrote a new blog: "The Berg Blog".
      Inspector Stephen Berg of the Stirlingshire police appears in The Grangemouth Conspiracy and The Brass Band Murders. His quirky humour, and rather over direct approach makes him stand out in his own right, beyond the settings in the novels. ...
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    FergCurrie
    FergCurrie is very happy with Ned's help!
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    • Giselle
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      Giselle Ned is a wonderful help. :-)
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    • kim
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      kim Most definitely : )
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      kim So is Giselle x
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    • Giselle
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      Giselle Hugs to all. :-)
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    • FergCurrie
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      FergCurrie Agreed!
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    Dan Green
    Dan Green commented on Scarlett's wall:
    Knock knock… :)
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    Bric
    Bric Any one in the North East of England? Don't miss the Geordie Symphony School t 7.30 tonight http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02mfhvn
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    Stephen Mark
    "Stephen Mark" commented on Loretta Milan's Blog "Author marketing survey with £100 Amazon voucher up for grabs".
    Yes, Loretta, like most of us - I'm on the cusp - give it a few months... Gods willing...
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    Old Fat Prop
    Old Fat Prop White Van Chronicles.. Two clinically stupid apprentices for sale... Meanwhile, on the M4ever... Prop is not in the Duck drinking a Black Rat...
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    • Sandra
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      Sandra Hope it won't be much longer ... (to get to the beer)
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    • Bric
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      Bric We were all apprentices (of one sort of another) once upon a time. Be gentle.
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    • Old Fat Prop
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      Old Fat Prop Fear naught ... For I have found Black Rat and am safe in the company of local inbred sociopaths, my best mates... The apprentices have been given homework to improve their focus. They are to learn left from right over the weekend and they are no longer allowed tea, only black coffee... The path to righteous enlightenment is littered with the bones of the unworthy ... and empty Costa Coffee cups...
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    • Bric
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      Bric I used to play the air piano to tell my left from right. I was ridiculed, but it worked for me.
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    • Old Fat Prop
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      Old Fat Prop What I use, is to have two of them hold hands so that one has a left hand free and the other one, the right hand free. then have them work together, one left and one right, to get a job done... Do they talk? Do they coordinate? Or does one of them try to bully the other one and the pair of them fail? When I get two who can think beyond themselves and work together , then I know I have the next AJ and Scottish Carter... Until then, all I have are toads waiting to be stepped on...
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    • GippsGirl
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      GippsGirl What would they do with a length of rope, I wonder?!
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    • Old Fat Prop
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      Old Fat Prop I should find out and YouTube the results.. They will get better and they will earn their stripes ... in ten or twelve years.
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    • Old Fat Prop
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      Old Fat Prop ... Been watching John Ford Westerns...
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    kim
    kim commented on Ned's picture.
    Thank you x
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    kim
    kim commented on Ned's picture.
    My ogres would love to have their annual ball there : )
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