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This is a fantastic & heart warming story. I know I'm not between the ages of 8 and 11, but I enjoy your work. I just ordered a copy of "The lump in the middle" because it was my favorite book as a child. It turns out it has your signature in it. "May your life be lump free. Best. C S Adler"
I've been having a really rough week, and this just made me smile. Best wishes on your other works!
Hi! i am 8 years old, and i loved this story! i can't wait for you to get it published! i actually have a dog that is a rescue,too, and this story was very touching(i know you
might be thinking, "is a 8 year old really saying this? am i dreaming?" well, don't pinch yourself because you're not). i hope you're going to get great reviews from every one, everywhere( i know i am saying i's a lot, but, i mean,what else can i say? these are my opinions, right?)!
Hello, I am 41 years old and you gave me a copy of Roadside Valentine when I was a student in Upstate NY. Thank you for inspiring me to write! After many, many life adventures I am starting to place my stories to paper and I always remember you telling me that you would help me get published and how proud that made me feel of my writing. Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, i'm the one who commented about That Horse Whiskey and More Than a Horse. Please email me!! My email is... email@example.com
I'm sorry, but this has nothing to do with the story! I read your book, More Than a Horse, in a day and I loved it! I couldn't put it down, and that's unusual for me! I personally think you should make a second book for that one. Also, the same applies for your book, That Horse Whiskey!
I was cleaning out my things. Some to keep, some to discard when i found 2 letters from you March and April 1988. I had written to soon after reading Goodbye Pink Pig and wrote to you about it. I was going to write to you but the address was in Schenectady, NY and understand you don't live in NY but in Arizona. I wanted to write to you to say hello. Oh, I have a small glass pink pig that I got from Pier 1. May I send it to you as a friendship gift? Karen f ohta, 9321 creosote avenue, oak hills, CA 92344. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
i am sure this story will go on good like this
all the best to you may all like this one
Hello Carole, I am a retired teacher who's been trying to find you, so I thought I'd try to contact you here (your email address isn't working). Anyway, the story of Bongo is really wonderful. Can't wait to see the illustrations! The reason I'm writing you is that I just discovered (again) and finished "The Magic of the Glits." Below is my email to you (that got kicked back):
Hello Ms. Adler,
I am just wiping the last tear away as I write this letter. What a wonderful book. It's been on my bookshelf for YEARS and I've always said, "Oh, that sounds good, I've got to read it" and then, there it would sit. Well, I finally read it and what a gem!
This particular book was inscribed to Dana Brookins - my mom's lifetime friend.
A good story most of the times has a good ending! I like it, but I think it's a bit boring... I mean there should be more adventures, the cat China had to think up some other tricks to make Bongo's life miserable, not just to HSSS him out of the house but let him live with her, there should be a house elf or ghost in the house who could help both the animals to get together facing a common danger, etc...
Can I also make a suggestion: Do you use sites like zazzle.com, cafepress. com, fiverr? They could be a good way to promote your works and to help "remove" stupidity in the streets like headlines on t-shirts, fridge-magnets, cups, etc: My Boyfriend kisses Better Than Yours, FBI - female body inspector, etc. Not everything we see and think of should be about sex, right? It would be much better if there were more nice pictures (even of mythical creatures), good thoughts, poems (from any genre are welcome I guess), etc? I'm allanbard there, I use some of my illustrations, thoughts, poems from my books (like: One can fight money only with money, Even in the hottest fire there's a bit of water,
Love and happiness will be around,
as all the chains will disappear,
and Mountaineers will climb their mount
and there won't be any tear!
etc). Best wishes! Let the wonderful noise of the sea always sounds in your ears! (a greeting of my water dragons' hunters).
i think it was ok but it needs more to the story and it has typos
I love the story of Bongo,but why did you make the adults so mean.Plies tipe back. You`r Reader,Raul from Drexel MO.
Your story was perfect I loved it minus the typos;but it was the best ever.
Great story you should make the big woman into a man though. I liked the way you spelled Sara it is spelled just like my best friend!!
Where did you get your inspiration?
~Marissa Martin Drexel,Mo
i love this story Jillian Drexel,MO
your story was perfect i love it minus the typos; but it was the best ever.
my name is jacob martin i
am from drexel,MO i thank your story was awesome and i saw three typos bingo,himf and ge instead of get and where did u get your idea i think it was awesome again so mabe see u at the thing in march
i liked it. it was ok.
It was a great story, It was kind of confusing at first, though.
It was awesome that the dog had two names.
I did spot one typo (Himh).
Sent by Ryan Lopez, Tucson, AZ
(the one below)
I enjoyed it truly. But some things didn't make sense. I like the ending and I felt a lot of emotions when the dog got bit. About my brother Ali's idea.. I explained to him that the word lucky was the topic and that even if the dog met hid dad again the dad wouldn't want him back! I'm not just saying this but I would buy it.
Its a nice story. You might use lucky too much. Also the dogs had nothing to do with not being lucky, maybe if they played with him and thy had to leave. Last is he should find his dad agaain.
I like it very much!
-- Susie from Idaho