The Amazing Adventures
of Sara Corel
A novel by Toomey
Chapter Twenty-nine: Interview
i was one of those
contributing to the planetary groan of Richter proportions...
wow, what an amazing chapter!
the suspense leading up to what the P stood for was simply
incredible… throughout the past few chapters and especially this
one, i've been pulling my hair out trying to figure out what that
was. as soon as louis started writing the email, i knew sara would
get it but i also thought that we would finally get to find out
what the P was. …how delightfully fraustrating that was to
finally find out in the final paragraph!
Hi, i haven't wrote to u since
the end of part 1 were i had the same burning desire to find out
why this story was titled Susan when her name is clearly Sara. And
then i went away to college and lost the address to your site for
a while. I finally went back to it last month and found out that
there was a part 2 to sara's story, and greedily read chapters
as fast as i could! =) Since then, i've been checking your site
everyday for the next chapter to "magically" appear just
like i've done in the past while u were working on part 1. Chapter
29 has finally appeared today and it was definitely worth the wait!
your entire novel is so amazingly crafted with plot, synergy, and
humor...i just want to say thank you and keep up the good work!
again...congrats on another very well done chapter.
your loyal reader, -SpeK-
Great to hear from you again.
I remember your unusual nom de plume, but I had a little
problem with a hard drive and have lost all my email from about a
month ago back. Too bad, really, 'cause there was some great stuff
from a lot of readers' emails.
Glad you liked it. A letter
like yours is what I live for these days. I just laughed out loud
as I read it. Totally made my day. I'm gonna share it with some of
my friends (if that's OK with you).
I caught a lot of good-natured
hell for my awful Wizard of Oz joke in the First Interlude,
so I'm expecting more of the same with this one. Which is cool.
The more reaction, the better, as far as I'm concerned.
I hope I can find some way to
spend more time on the book. It was almost two months between this
chapter and the last one, mostly because I'm working so much these
days, In addition to a ton of gigs (twenty-two this month — and
January is usually a slow month), I'm up to my neck in website
projects for a bunch of different people. One of these days I'm
gonna sell the Susan book to some publisher who isn't terribly
bright and then I'll be able to just concentrate on writing. I've
got a lot more books inside struggling to escape.
Anyway, thanks for the letter
and keep in touch. It wouldn't hurt if you inflicted your
enthusiasm on other unsuspecting victims and got them to read it,
too. And if you lose the bookmark again, I finally got registered
with some search engines.
© Patrick Hill, 2000