Gordon Dahlquist Q&A #18


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Gordon Dahlquist Q&A #18

Unread postby Liz » Mon Feb 23, 2009 1:20 pm

As we begin a new discussion today, we must let go of another, with the hopes that we will see Cardinal Chang, Dr. Svenson, Miss Temple & Mr. Dahlquist back on this forum again.

Thank you, Mr. Dahlquist, for your candid answers to our questions and your graciousness. :notworthy: We hope to see you again sometime. :bouquet:

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Re: Gordon Dahlquist Q&A #18

Unread postby nebraska » Mon Feb 23, 2009 4:28 pm

Thank you, Mr. Dahlquist, for writing such an interesting book and for sharing yourself with us in this Q&A. Many of your answers surprised me but they were all interesting.

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Re: Gordon Dahlquist Q&A #18

Unread postby ladylinn » Mon Feb 23, 2009 5:09 pm

Thank you Mr. Dahlquist for your answers to our many questions. Some of your answers not only surprized me but also helped me to understand your meaning and thoughts of some of the circumstances. I am looking forward to The Dark Volume and more adventures with Temple, Chang and Svenson. Also many thanks to Liz and DITHOT for your leadership. Well done! :applause2:

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Re: Gordon Dahlquist Q&A #18

Unread postby gemini » Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:57 pm

I truly enjoyed the Q&A and thank you Mr Dahlquist for taking time from your busy schedule to be with us.
I am also anxious to read the Dark Volume and The Chemickal Marriage. I can never quit when there is another. Maybe we will be lucky enough to discuss another of your books.
I see you can work on two things at one time. I wish you luck with both the book and the play.
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