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Hey Dr. Sue, Message received. And mighty appreciated. Stephen
Toggle Commented Dec 23, 2011 on THE DOCTOR IS IN at Buzz, Balls & Hype
Hey Dr. Sue, Creative promises are the best kind of obligations. As long as we dno't back down, we can force ourselves to stretch and grow.
Toggle Commented Jul 22, 2011 on THE DOCTOR IS IN at Buzz, Balls & Hype
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Hey Gregory, Thanks for the answer to my question! Stephen http://www.StephenDRogers.com
Toggle Commented Aug 15, 2010 on The Ad Man Answers #88 at Buzz, Balls & Hype
Hey M.J., My characters assure me that I'm in charge. Of course one then tells me to pick up her drycleaning, and another reminds me I still need to mow his lawn, and apparantly I'm babysitting all this weekend. Stephen
Toggle Commented Aug 11, 2010 on THE DOCTOR IS IN at Buzz, Balls & Hype
Hey Dr. Sue, Steven? STEVEN?! That's it, I'm never going on the internet AGAIN. So there. Now if I can just break my daughter of the habit of calling me "Dad" instead of "The acclaimed writer Stephen D. Rogers." :) Stephen http://www.stephendrogers.com
Toggle Commented Aug 10, 2010 on THE DOCTOR IS IN at Buzz, Balls & Hype
Hey Dr. Sue, Two points. One, in mysteries I think that synchonicity is often used to explain how the detective gets a sudden flash that puts the pieces together. Two, when these odd coincidences happen in real life (and I do jump on them), part of the magic is that the coincidences can't be readily explained. With a novel, well, the author made it happen. Real events turned fictional thus lose some of their punch. Stephen
Toggle Commented Aug 8, 2010 on THE DOCTOR IS IN at Buzz, Balls & Hype
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