CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by drakkar » Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:29 pm

Wolfchild wrote:I understand they were also very cordial to a group of Infected who paid them a visit a while back.
Very true. A pity Editrice has moved on; first maternity leave, then Bonnier AB.
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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by Wolfchild » Fri Jan 20, 2012 1:22 am

drakkar wrote:
Wolfchild wrote:I understand they were also very cordial to a group of Infected who paid them a visit a while back.
Very true. A pity Editrice has moved on; first maternity leave, then Bonnier AB.
I didn't know that. :cry:

I mean, I'm :) about the maternity leave, but :cry: about the moving on.
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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by drakkar » Fri Jan 20, 2012 6:34 am

Wolfchild wrote:I didn't know that. :cry:

I mean, I'm :) about the maternity leave, but :cry: about the moving on.
I got an e-mail about it some months ago. Since she hasn't said anything here, I take it she hasn't left. ;)
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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by editrice » Mon Aug 20, 2012 11:31 am

You never know where I will turn up. ;)

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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by Wolfchild » Tue Aug 21, 2012 5:03 am

editrice wrote:You never know where I will turn up. ;)
Well, I'm glad that you still turn up here. :)

How have you been?
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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by editrice » Tue Aug 21, 2012 11:15 am

I'm fine, thank you - now the mother of two boys and back at work, but at a different company. I'd been at Ordfront for ten years and needed to move on before I got to scared with increasing age. ;)
Now I'm actually at the company who publishes John's wife's books, so although it broke my heart to leave John, I hope to be seeing them both around every now and then. They're publishing a children's book this fall which also is within this company, so hopefully they'll stop by!

Glad to see you're still going strong here!

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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by Wolfchild » Wed Aug 22, 2012 2:19 am

editrice wrote:I'm fine, thank you - now the mother of two boys and back at work, but at a different company. I'd been at Ordfront for ten years and needed to move on before I got to scared with increasing age. ;)
Now I'm actually at the company who publishes John's wife's books, so although it broke my heart to leave John, I hope to be seeing them both around every now and then. They're publishing a children's book this fall which also is within this company, so hopefully they'll stop by!

Glad to see you're still going strong here!
Two boys in one maternity leave? How very efficient of you! Now that is what I would expect from a good editor :mrgreen:
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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by editrice » Wed Aug 22, 2012 7:05 am

Wolfchild wrote:
editrice wrote:I'm fine, thank you - now the mother of two boys and back at work, but at a different company. I'd been at Ordfront for ten years and needed to move on before I got to scared with increasing age. ;)
Now I'm actually at the company who publishes John's wife's books, so although it broke my heart to leave John, I hope to be seeing them both around every now and then. They're publishing a children's book this fall which also is within this company, so hopefully they'll stop by!

Glad to see you're still going strong here!
Two boys in one maternity leave? How very efficient of you! Now that is what I would expect from a good editor :mrgreen:

Ah no, one boy already, another one now. Bad editor, writing so sloppily. :oops:

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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by drakkar » Wed Aug 22, 2012 7:46 am

editrice wrote:Ah no, one boy already, another one now. Bad editor, writing so sloppily. :oops:
:lol:
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Re: CASTLES IN THE AIR THAT EXPLODED

Post by editrice » Thu Aug 23, 2012 6:43 am

drakkar wrote:
editrice wrote:Ah no, one boy already, another one now. Bad editor, writing so sloppily. :oops:
:lol:
Hi! Good to hear all is well with mother and children1
Very well, thank you! *totally hijacking this thread*

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