Everyone On The Beach Was Reading The Same Book !

July 26th, 2011

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Posted in: From the Author by Molly Hopkins on July 26th, 2011

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  1. On October 18th, 2011 at 9:59 am, William. said:

    Hi, Blondie!

    Look at all that skin.

    Nice pics!

    And all these people were reading the same book!

    What were they doing, passing it around?

    Tut, tut, and you a writer too.

    BTW, I’ve found two new homophones: won and one.

    I found it on a righter’s blog, the interviewer was torquing two a suckcess(pool)full orther.

    I have a new e-mail address, use it please, as I miss your dulcet tones, even when you’re writing.

    See ya!


  2. On October 18th, 2011 at 12:47 pm, Molly Hopkins said:

    You miss me, that’s nice. I am writing, and not being very disciplined about it. xxxx

  3. On October 24th, 2011 at 9:42 am, William. said:

    Yes, of course I miss you. Do you miss me, y’know, like a hole in the head?

    18 books on Amazon.com.co.uk.de.fr…. under the name T.S. Vandelocht.

    Got your kindle, nook or i-pod yet, or are you like me, you love turning the pages?


  4. On December 8th, 2011 at 2:05 pm, William. said:

    Yes, I have to admit I’m a page turner, I see enough digital scheisse when Im writing.
    I don’t see much of you on facebook, probably cos’ I don’t go there much myself.

    Take care Blondie,

    See you around.


    Scheisse is German for shit. pro: shy-se.

  5. On December 8th, 2011 at 2:07 pm, William. said:

    You ain’t sayin’ much ere’ either, blondie.

    Get the lead out and shake yer buns.

    Me again -was.

  6. On January 29th, 2012 at 9:45 am, William. said:

    Soon, all my books will be in print – on paper, at Feedaread.com

    A book to watch out for, “The only Option” it’s satire, a bit bloody – well its about the “world-wide medical situation” private medical insurance, something that is more or less compulsory in Germany.

    2013.Money is runing short and the medical insurance firms (Krankenkassen) turn to desperate measures.

    So, what else are you writing?

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