Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Vote, vote, vote...


People are voting for their favourite story in ST15. I'm not giving anything away by saying that Huw Langridge is currently winning, with his cracking tale of strange doings by the seaside, 'Last Train to Tassenmere'. It's early days yet. So, readers, get voting. Only a few have bothered so far. But if you have an opinion, why not make it known? 

10 comments:

Jim Rockhill said...

Hello, David. Still waiting for the US post office to deliver my copy of #15. Will be happy to vote when I have a chance to read the contents.

valdemar said...

Sorry about this, Jim, your copy should have arrived by now. I will despatch another this week. I seem to recall you also asked for ST14 and a copy of A Game of Ghosts? Unfortunately, while I still have copies of ST, I don't have any more AGoG. However, I can ask Mike Chislett - who bought quite a few copies to try and sell on - if he has any to spare.

Todd T said...

David, I'd like to know how to get a copy of AGoG too, so if you hear that MC has some, I hope you will make it known to all. Thanks.

I will vote for best story this weekend. I have one more tale to read. "Tassenmere" certainly is in the running.

valdemar said...

Okay, Todd, I will try to contact the elusive Mr Chislett. He's one of those odd people who doesn't have email...

Jim Rockhill said...

Thank you, David. ST 14 and A Game of Ghosts arrived safely months ago, though ST 15 seems to have succumbed to the infamous postal black hole of SW Michigan.

Jim

valdemar said...

Aha, Jim, that's unfortunate as I've already despatched ST14 and 15 to you. Never mind, give them to friends rather than waste money returning them.

Jim Rockhill said...

The package arrived today. Huzzah!

Thank you, David!

Jim

Todd T said...

David, on second thought, you shouldn't have to chase down the Chislett collection on my behalf. If you think that he would be OK with your sharing his mailing address, would you be willing to e-mail it to me? You can find my e-address on the e-mail I sent this evening with my vote for best story in ST 15. Thanks for any help you can give.

valdemar said...

Todd and Jim - I'm visiting Londinium this weekend and happen to be staying within a short walk of Mike Chislett himself! I'll ask him if he has any leftover copies of AGoG. If not, I might consider another print run of, say, twenty copies to satisfy demand.

Todd T said...

Thanks very much on all counts, David.