Often interspersed with Tocky.
Have you seen this site:
I'll name that street in 1
Steven, glad you weren't in there singing.
Hope that isn't the reason for the attack either.
Which of course is the only word in the alphabet with all the vowels in the correct order
I bluffed my way in!
It was well organised. They even gave out notes, and about 4 or 5 pages of "A Tram Ride to Dingle" were included (without saying where they came from).
And no plug in that list of books!
How cheeky - not you, them.
You should have made a fuss. If they'd confronted you about how you bluffed your way in, you could have said you were tipped off that they were going to use pages from your book, they might've re-imbursed you in some way, even if it was offering you places on any future events FOC.
Accept that as a compliment Phillip. my sister recently brought me a copy, I really enjoyed it, thanks.
You can always count on Americans to do the right thing - after they've tried everything else.
Thanks Ged and Shy.
The 'funny' thing was that one of the organisers (no names, no pack drill) knows me very well.
As a fellow author, I can sympathize that you were not given proper credit for your work. You should write a letter of complaint. Maybe you have already done so. I also concur with Shy that your book is great, mate. I was very pleased to get you to sign a copy for me when we met in the Dingle in May.
Great stuff Paddyryan.