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though I tweet sometimes, too: @kirstincm
and of course I’m on Facebook.
This is not a poem.
It is not late at night.
I am not tired.
Hi- I just finished reading the e-galley of Beautiful Music for Ugly Children. It’s a fine book and I’ll look forward to seeing it in its fully published glory. If there is still time, though, please have the publisher check and make sure that the call numbers for the radio station are consistent throughout the book. I noticed at least one 90.1 and a 90.3 and I thought I saw an 89.something. Thanks very much for all the work you put into the book. I really enjoyed it.
Hi, Jane–we still have time to fix those things. Thank you so much for the alert! I’m very glad you liked it. The research and work was a joy. : )
Kirsten my writing was meant for you to grow an understanding in the truth of what its like to drink in access, and to see if you have become to understand the value of time.
In classs you questioned why people liked donnie darko. I figured I’d explain why.
I am in regret for writing the way I did to you, but I can relate. I am sorry kirsten for being an asshole! No joke, I have been to ISJ 10 times for dehydration. I am open to any question . Sacred geometry and the seed of life made me realize the power of love, power, and wisdom. I truly am sorry, I know my words were to much. As I study the balance, and time I hope that you can forgive my soul~jospeh boone
While working on our latest project in Graphic Communications (Movie Posters), I ran across this and thought of the wonderful book that we read in your class. I am rather intrigued to see it and the trailer seems to capture what I recall however, images created in my mind while reading the book always differ.
Bless Me, Ultima (2013)
Directed by Carl Franklin. With Luke Ganalon, Joseph A. Garcia, Miriam Colon, Benito Martinez. A drama set in New Mexico during WWII, centered on the relationship between a young man and an elderly medicine woman who helps him contend with the battle between good and evil that rages in his village.
Just finished reading your latest novel. I really enjoyed it and was wondering if a sequel is in the works?
Dear Ms. Cronn-Mills,
We are pleased to tell you that your book, Beautiful Music for Ugly Children, has been named to the 2014-15 Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award List. In case you are not familiar with the Eliot Rosewater program, allow me to explain.
The Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award was established in 1995 as a high school version of the Young Hoosier Book Award for the state of Indiana. Each year, students, school librarians, public librarians and teachers from Indiana suggest books to the Eliot Rosewater Committee, a component of the Indiana Library Federation. The committee is composed of school librarians, public librarians, teachers, and students. After a list of 75 titles is compiled, members of the committee read the books and meet to choose the 20 to 25 titles that are named to the list.
Once the list has been chosen, high schools and libraries across Indiana feature those titles for that year. Students are then able to cast a ballot for each book read, ranking the book from 1 to 5, and a winner is chosen. Some past winners include Bruiser and Unwind by Neal Shusterman, Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, and Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles. If you would like to discover more and the Eliot Rosewater program, you can check out the website at the following address: http://www.ilfonline.org/programs-awards/eliot-rosewater-indiana-high-school-book-award/ .
We look forward to promoting your book in the state of Indiana next school year. Thank you for writing to help us get teens excited about reading.
I would like to invite you to speak at the Traverse des Sioux Library Cooperative’s annual fundraising event. The date is Thursday, May 29, 2014 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Indian Island Winery in Janesville, MN. I have two authors already and hoping you would be the third MN author to form an Author’s Panel. Each author will be interviewed for 20-25 minutes with a Q & A at the end.
The audiences for this event are librarians from all types of libraries, board trustees of local public libraries, and general public. Last year we had 80 attendees and hope to have more this year.
I was previously the Director of Library Services at Bethany Lutheran College and as of November 4, 2013 started my new position as Assistant Director for Traverse des Sioux Library Cooperative. Our organization has held an annual fundraiser for the last 20+ years and I have been the fundraising chair for the past 7 years.
We would pay for mileage, ticket cost for your dinner and beverage and a modest stipend. There will also be an opportunity to sell copy(s) of your books. Also would mind donating a copy of one of your books for our silent auction? That would be much appreciated.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email me. I’ll wait to hear your response. Once we have confirmed your acceptance, I’ll forward a map on how to get to Indian Island Winery and more details on what to speak about. The format may be an panel to talk about specific topics, answer predetermined questions which would be sent ahead of time, or a panel interview.
If you could please let me know soon if you would consider this it would be much appreciated.
Thank you and best regards,
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