Sunday, 2 November 2014

Whose Book Is It Anyway?


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  1. I've just received a copy of your book - excellent :-)
    And as a result I've decided to follow your blog to feed what has very quickly become an insatiable habit!

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  2. Wonderful illustrations and THRILLED to see your Plumdog book. Yeah!!!! xx

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  3. Emma, I would love to try to get three signed copies of the book. I live in America. How best to do that? Ann-Eve Cunningham ae@ann-eve.com

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    1. I hope we have sorted this out now, but PLUMDOG will be published in the US next year! And I will reply ASAP to your last email!

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  4. I have ordered one copy of the book from Waterstones and I am still waiting for it to arrive. I just came back from Madrid and could not find a copy in any of their bookstores. I hope to go to Scotland this next Spring and I know I get a couple more copies of the book there. If you find a way to get the book here in the states let me know here. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Vicki. I hope your copy has arrived by now. I will DM you a method of getting more. It will be published in the US next year! xx e& p

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  5. Dear Plum,
    What a jump! That should give a lift to sales - pun intended.
    I am extremely glad I wasn't in West London on Bonfire Night. Here in the country we only have about five bangs each year, but I shake during all of them. On the other hand our neighbour Claudia Schiffer (have I mentioned that before? Strange but true) had a huge birthday party a few weeks ago and spent about £10,000 on rockets and James stood at the window and went Ooo aah! and I shook and shook and shook! She seems a charming lady usually. love, Katie x

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    1. Goodness! You do have interesting neighbours. I wish our fireworks were all over in one night. In London they go on for weeks. My legs are turning to jelly with frights. Emma has been staying in with me which is quite comforting, but nothing is more frightening than fireworks, in the whole world. Love Plum xx

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  6. Dear Plummy
    I don't know why humans always think they are the centre of attraction, obviously a two footed hairless (for the most part) person could never compete with a four footed beauty with a glossy coat. You clearly work Very Hard to entertain your audience and Emma should realize by now you will always be the star of the show.
    Oh well, Emma seems lovely none the less.

    Love, Glossy Gracie (and Meaghan)

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    1. Dear Gracie (and Meaghan),
      You are always spot on with your observations. I learn a lot from you. I can't say too much about it (her) here, but I think she learnt quite a lot too when at the end of the performance no one wanted to talk to her - only me. But I am not letting it go to my head. I am still the same old Plum - multi-talented, intelligent and gorgeous - much like the way I imagine you to be too.
      Love Plum

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