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PostPosted: Thu May 21, 2009 10:48 am 
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Djibril now looks more like a zombie than Johnny Depp


Just to clarify, there was a time when Djibril got mistaken for Johnny Depp. I'm not saying Johnny Depp looks like a zombie, though anyone who saw "The Libertine" might argue the point :roll:

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as for Vern... Well, that avatar.


I thought it was a rather flattering image! Well, if I'm the only bugger who turns up I'll just sit in the corner and talk to myself (as usual)...... probably dribbling...... probably.....

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Quick follow-up call: we'll probably go ahead with TFFcon on the 11th, but I'm trying to convince myself enough people will turn up to justify the venue deposit. (It will probably be the upstairs room of a pub close to Oxford Circus, from about 15:00 long into the night...)

Would anyone who expressed an interest let me know asap (a) if they're really very likely to come, and (b) how many others they might bring with them?

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Yeah, it went down between 9.00 and 10.00 this morning.


Hi Pete. That's within an hour or two of my birthday (on 7th May).

I really miss WoW.


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Hey Dan, and a belated Happy Birthday.

I tried to contact you about archiving your reviews, but the e-address I had didn't work, so we went ahead and archived them anyway at The Future Fire and the BFS site. Give us a shout if that's not okay.

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Pete - that absolutely OK. In fact, it's more than OK - I thought they'd vanished into the ether. Do you have the links (looks shamefaced) - I've recently moved, set up my new biblio and can't find bookmarks and stuff. Touch of senility, perhaps.

Getting back into the writer's groove...


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Here ya go Dan:-

http://futurefire.net/archive/ookami.co.uk/

There's a link there to the BFS site, but whereas Djibril posted them en masse, the BFS are doing so piecemeal.

Djibril also offered to archive any WoW fiction, if the authors wished. Not sure if that offer still stands, but if you're interested query with him.

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The offer did (and does) indeed still stand, as I can still track down stories at the Internet Archive/Wayback Machine if people belatedly want anything rescued. (Dan's stories were recently added to the site, by the way.)

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Was tuned into a station called 'The Paranormal Channel' last week, watching a programme introduced by Yvette Fielding. It involved celebrities sitting in a chair by a fire, reading classic horror stories from a big red book. First there was M.R. James' 'The Rats' , followed by Poe's 'The Tell tale Heart.' Then Toyah Wilcox came on to read a ghost story by a 'promising new writer'. That story was written by Lisa Granville and first saw the light of day on W-o-W. Unless I missed something, she kept very quiet about that!


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Thanks Djibril, much appreciated.


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