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August 29, 2006


Alison Kent

I've kept a dead hard drive on my desk for a year knowing it was unrecoverable, yet unable to let it go because I lost two partial manuscripts I didn't have anywhere else. The husband finally tossed it this week. It took me a year of not needing anything on it to realize I didn't need anything on it. Including all those saved emails that went down with the crash.


And you got nominated outside the mystery category, too...too bad you're up against my old pal Carolyn See. You are going to have to pleasure me big time when I'm in LA next week to make me change allegiances.

Sorry about your e-mails.





What the fuck, I'm a couple of days late in checking in so I'm reading three posts at once and I realize Iknow the Wichita guy in the PARADE post. Or at any rate knew him thirty-odd years ago.

Call me for details.

Holy shit.

It's a real guy.

Swear to Ghad.



I sent my laptop for repairs to the screen, and they replaced the hard drive, tossed the old one, and I lost thousands of photos and a couple of chapters. I was a dolt to not backup before sending it off. THEY were criminal in removing a perfectly fine hard drive.

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