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Hi! I’m a friend of one of your mothers and one of your fathers (Carol and Rocky) who lived on that same Island as you for 40 years — well, except for most winters. If you ever stopped into Aquarius Artifacts in Town Hill, with all the buddhas, sculptures, and African art, that was me. I love your site and am eager to read your books. Who says middle school literature is just for kids. I can see why your folks are proud of you. All the best.
Thanks Gloria, I love reading middle grade books too!
Hi Sarah, I am a big fan of your book, Alice Jones:The Impossible Clue. You’re following me, are you going to write another Alice Jones Book
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Hi! I love the list you are making for 8-13 year old readers. I AM writing another Alice Jones book. Actually, I’m working on editing it right now. It’s all about a (possibly) haunted old theatre and a missing diamond necklace. It will be out in February 2017.
Thanks for the information AND I now realise why my Ultimate Reading List is getting so many views! Thanks again for the facebook post!
Happy to hear about your new book. I thought at first it might have been inspired by that marvelous Art Deco theater The Criterion, in Bar Harbor, which also had a rescue committee working for years and years to save its grand but musty old self. Looking forward to reading about the Beryl. Congratulations.
Thanks Gloria! I’m sure The Criterion was in my subconscious too, and The Grand in Ellsworth (I have vivid memories of being backstage there when I danced in The Snow Queen). There are lots of wonderful theatres in my past!
From another author named Sarah Rubin – I’m currently setting up my website, and of course I was looking for available urls – and thus I find you. I haven’t yet read your work, but out of simple fascination with our (not so uncommon) shared name, I look forward to doing so. And thanks for inspiring me with your website, as well.
There are a lot of us, aren’t there! Good luck setting up your website. I found it a bit overwhelming at first, but it’s actually been a lot of fun.
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