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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Addy Farmer
From: North Lincs
E-mail: addy@owletthall.com
Hi Bill

Thanks for visiting my site - I thought I'd return the favour. Mine is a site in the making with not enough time spent on it, yours is great!
Hope to meet you one of these days at a SCBWI do - I'm very interested to find out more about NETWORX and the Rotherham festival - well done!

All very best
Addy
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: The January Man
From: My Mum & Dad on Manna'
E-mail: wobblybobbly2@hotmail.co.uk
A Very Interesting site.. I'm very glad Bilkos still going strong...

Admin reply: Hi, is that 'Bilko' as in 'Sgt. Ernest'? Where are you based?

Regards,
Bill.


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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Lucien Maier
From: Utah
E-mail: Lucien@lucienmaier.com
Nice to meet you. I would love to talk and swap ideas. I understand you helped my good friend Carlon .
And it looks like we think much the same way. drop me a line. Lets talk

Admin reply: Hi Lucien. Haven't heard from Carlon for a day or two and I've stopped travelling for 3 weeks so can we talk now?

Regards,
Bill.


Added: May 13, 2008 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Carlon M. N
From: Cleveland, Ohio USA
E-mail: carlon@imastoryteller.com
OH BILL IT'S WONDERFUL!!!

Thank you so much!!! I couldn't have done anywhere near as well. You took the story to the past and Oh how I do love history and I Love sea stories. I smiled throughout the entire tale as I read it. The composition was well done.

I am so truly grateful to you for this. I can't wait to show my sister for her to read!

Smile,
Carlon (aka Prinny)
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Carlon
From: Cleveland, Ohio USA
E-mail: carlon@imastoryteller.com
Hi Bill,

Mac's Elbow was one of the funniest stories I've read in a while. I loved the time travel twist at the end. Hope I didn't spoil it for others. Great job.

Hey, Bill, Thanks for being YOU!

Smile,
Carlon
Prinny (Princess)

Admin reply: Hello, Prinny. Thanks for the note. By the way, I hate smileys usually, but yours have beer...
Now go to the challenge bill page and leave me a real twister.
Bill


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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Drew
From: Not Sure
E-mail: Renzonimmo@aol.co
Dear Bill, an interesting read! Is Mrs. D. Single
is she single!
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Mrs Dallinger
Dear Mr Umuku

I fear a terrible mistake has been made!

My bank has informed me that my account is overdrawn to the sum of £325,531. On today's currency markets that would equate to roughly $645,000 which was the sum you had kindly offered to us.

I'm sure you've just made a silly mistake my dear but I ask that you rectify the problem at the earliest opportunity as I am accruing massive interest charges.

Yours sincerely
Mrs D Dallinger
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Marina Lewycka
Hello bill. Great website, great poems, but I'm worried about Mrs Dallinger. If she is really thinking of spending £645,000,000.000 on getting her pond lined, I can recommend a friend of mine who would do it for half that amount.
Keep singing,
Marina

Admin reply: Can I have his number, oh, and can I put it on your card?

Bill.


Added: April 8, 2008 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Bill Allerton
E-mail: bill@billallerton.co.uk
I was recently challenged by Cindy Hutchins to write a poem on the subject of Ugly Shoes. I thought I'd paste it up here.
Regards,
Bill.

The right,
He somehow understood,
Bright, black, summertime and beetling,
Would always take him home
Sliding along wet grass
Gravelled pathways
Leading nowhere in particular
Except away

Wintered, as now,
Easily traceable,
One slide, one step,
The left heaving snow,
A great bow wave of resistance,
A tight, glazed and scuffed
Spermaceti built fully
Three inches above the right
Filled with precious oil,
Lorenzoís

A lopsided anchor,
An Ahabís hole
In a street quarterdeck
A Pequod pivot without which
He would list,
A stoved boat,
Filling slowly with
Poured scorn,
A Queequeg,
Seeming savage,
Harpoon sheathed long ago
When the other boys
Ran away

28-03-2008

Bill Allerton
(Ugly Shoes)
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Andrew R
From: Bellingham, WA
E-mail: Calypsoidal1@yahoo.com
Wow! Nice to have everything in one place, isn't it? Notice you've got an excerpt up from the Red Stripe Candy. Still love that place.

And don't let Robert Mugabe reply on your behalf. I don't trust that man!

Admin reply: Hi there, I hope you are scribbling away merrily. Would you mind if I sent you an excerpt from a novel? I don't need an in-depth study of it (I'm not being arrogant here, I just want to know if it piques your interest)
It revolves around 3 russian cosmonauts and how they got to where they are (mostly) They have 3 very different yet complimentary characters and the whole stemmed from apoem I once wrote called 'A Day for Tigers'. I thought I wouldn't just send it, I'd ask first.
Regards,
Bill.


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