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Good to see you back Selki - we ride again! By my count, this is year 15!! "Count me in every time." - Art
Toggle Commented May 3, 2019 on Chapter 1 at Dracula Blogged
Count me in every time. Love it!
Toggle Commented Jun 4, 2018 on Count me in every time. at Dracula Blogged
Heh, didn't know that. Here we are again! We ride!
Toggle Commented May 4, 2018 on A Letter from the Count at Dracula Blogged
Another year gone by and another year staking the Count into oblivion. Thanks for the ride all!
Toggle Commented Nov 7, 2017 on We may be too late. God at Dracula Blogged
I would want proofs....
Toggle Commented Nov 8, 2016 on We may be too late. God at Dracula Blogged
This is such a good dual-meaning passage. I love the nuances of her transition to the undead with feeling the sunshine and the warmth of Arthur (as well as her "thoughts" of him. Classic subtly.
Toggle Commented Sep 9, 2016 on I feel so happy tonight. at Dracula Blogged
I know, every year I read this telegram I think - who could I say this to and about what - "Count me in every time" is a like a friend home run!
Toggle Commented Jun 24, 2016 on Count me in every time. at Dracula Blogged
Ahh, great observation and point - never thought about that before.
Yup - end of another year! Glad you followed along again Selki! The Count will rise again.
Toggle Commented Nov 12, 2015 on We may be too late. God at Dracula Blogged
Nope, sorry about that - the last post on Nov 6th never made it through. It's posted now. Sorry about that - talk about a cliffhanger. Thanks for reading and that's a wrap for another year!!
Agreed!
I will use this subject in a reply at some point - 'count me in every time' - it's a classic "all in" phrase.
Toggle Commented May 26, 2015 on Count me in every time. at Dracula Blogged
Missed this conversation somehow. That looks like a very interesting copy. Also interesting to note that the copy you first read is endeared to you - same for me - mine was the Bantam Books paperback (published in 1981) that had the Caspar David Friedrich painting "Man and Woman Contemplating the Moon" on the cover. It was very hot that summer and I recall reading that copy of the book outside at dusk and thinking I ought to go in soon... Fun.
Toggle Commented May 26, 2015 on The Castle at Dracula Blogged
That's a fun fact. I'm ashamed to say I have never seen "Son of Dracula". I'll look for it in the usual streaming venues. Thanks!
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