RE: OT: A Note on the Type (Spectrum Writing)

Subject: RE: OT: A Note on the Type (Spectrum Writing)
From: "Thomas, Julie" <Julie -dot- Thomas -at- pgworks -dot- com>
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Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2010 09:13:27 -0400

I've noticed similar notes in other books I've read. I don't care
whether they are added by the author or the publisher; I'm enough of a
font and history geek to find it interesting.

What did you think of Lucy? I really enjoyed it.



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Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 07:30:45 -0600
From: "Spectrum Writing" <info -at- spectrumwritingllc -dot- com>
Subject: OT: A Note on the Type
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I am an avid reader (Grisham, Cornwell, Turow, Crichton, etc.) and an
historian as well and generally pay little attention to all the
matter in the book that talks about whom the author wishes to thank,
but this one note that was in the back of a book that I am currently
(Lucy, by Laurence Gonzalez) really caught my eye! Evidently, the
really likes all aspects of being a writer and it really illustrates the
lineage of our profession.


Tammy Van Boening


Spectrum Writing, LLC

info -at- spectrumwritingllc -dot- com


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