|26 Jan 2005|| Matthew T. Summers|
Hey just wanted to let you know that "Diary of Evil" has returned to my shelf after no interest from magazines.
|3 May 2005|| Mandi L. Creguer|
if i hadnt read your bio before i started reading homo sentience, i wouldnt have known that english is not your first language! your grammer and everything is absolutely superb, i have friends here in america that dont speak or write as good as you do, and english IS their first language! I love your writing, sorry i wasnt leaving comments along the way but i just got so wrapped up in your story that i couldnt stop! Inger Marie Hognestad
replies: "Thanks a lot for the encouragement I worry about my language all the time, but Elfwood is a great way of getting educated by friendly readers I loved to hear you got too involved in the story to stop That's what I want. Unfortunately I haven't written on it for a while, but I do plan to pick it up later on. Thanks for commenting!"
|8 Jun 2005|| Steve Doyle|
Hello, my Norwegian friend! How is everything going? Inger Marie Hognestad
replies: "Hey there, Steve. I don't have so much Elfwood time any more actually, and my own writing is suffering too. Life is keeping me busy, but that's not a bad thing Hope to have a new story up by the end of June though, but I don't think I'll ever match your impressive corner of the woods Nice of you to drop by "
|21 Dec 2005|| Scott Morris|
It's just the Library newbie ass spamming you, but this time with the critique of a piece that I'm really really really pretty sure was written by you.
As I mentioned before, I print out hard-copies to read when I'm able, which usually means on breaks and lunch at work. It can get kind of noisy in the auto-plant's outdoor Plexiglass smoke-shack, and I often find myself tuning in on conversation rather than concentrating on my reading.
You'll be happy to hear that this was not the case with HOARFROST AND THROE.
Very nice piece.
Anyhow, my own birthday is '66, so I completely understand the whole not-getting-around-as-much-as-I-used-to and Shifting-priorities concepts.
While I did seriously consider your suggestion of Wyvernsmiths, my priorities of fatherhood, husbandism, sheparding six cats, holding a forty hour/ week job, constructing project proposals to send to publishers, and finally writing, leaves me unable to commit the time required of a Wyvernsmith.
If only I could get published and lose the job.
Merry Christmas, and happy New Year,
Frank Creed Inger Marie Hognestad
replies: "Thanks for dropping by again and leaving so cheerful and encouraging comments I find that a little black humor relieves the tension from all the things we want to, but *don't* get around to do! Good luck with the publishing plans "
|22 Dec 2005|| Barbara J. Wickham|
You've probably already guessed that I didn't make the deadline for NaNoWriMo. I only got about 2000 words down before everything collapased and all writing just halted.
No worries though. Now I have yet another story fragment to add to my collection. *grin* Maybe I'll even illustrate it someday. Tee hee.
Have yourself a wonderful Holiday, Inger. All my best to you and your family! Inger Marie Hognestad
replies: " Thanks Barb I think that makes us about even in the NaNoWriMo department I should probably wait till the kids grow up before I try again!! (Or at least 10-12 yrs...) Have a great holiday you too. Best of wishes for a Merry Christmas!"
|26 Dec 2005|| Brian D. Saul|
Happy Holidays Inger.
Rumors of my demise (...there have been rumors, right? My PR people aren't being paid for nothing...) are greatly exagerated, I assure you.
Anyways...oh my...I hadn't realized it had been so long since I wandered by. I do so apologize, my heads been...well, in a bad way for too long now. But, all nice and clear now, so, much reading I'll be doing soon. Inger Marie Hognestad
replies: "Happy holidays you too, Brian I hope life and your muse is treating you well. I don't get around in the woods as much as I used to, but I do read bits, occasionally I'll leave my comments as usual when I get back to Elryn "
|26 Jan 2006|| Barbara J. Wickham|
*singing very off key* ~Updates! Updates! Updates! I finally have updates!~
About time, huh?
See ya soon! *hugs*
|14 Apr 2006|| Barbara J. Wickham|
Hello-hello! Just popped in to see what's new.
I also must tell you that I recently joined Bifrost. I am very excited and I'm working very hard trying to get my first project in on time. (Eeek! An actual deadline!!)
Hope all is going well with you.
|27 Oct 2006|| Hanne Regine Hognestad <hrh_91@hot...com>|
artig liten side
|2 Oct 2007|| Frances Monro|
Hello Inger. Inger Marie Hognestad
replies: "Well hi there, Che Long time no see! Is life treating you all right? Oh... you remember the story "Illuminted. Touché." that I dedicated to you? It is in the process of getting a new online life in a virtual world Text based internet games are also a nice place to write!"