39 thoughts on “guestbook

  1. Hi Honey,
    I think the site looks great!! I’m so proud of you.
    By the way, if you still have desires of being a waiter feel free to serve me every night!:o)
    I love you,
    G

  2. Hi, saw your post over at Absolute Write about starting this website. For a first time website, you have a good thing going on. Good luck in your writing career. The Vain Prince sounds like a book that will be a good read. may it be followed by many more.

    Freelance Ken

  3. Another from Absolute Write popping over to say ‘hi’. This looks a really classy site, and I love the background. I’m intrigued (and moved) by your philosophy too – something tells me those lunchtime PA readings were only a first step to something a whole lot bigger.
    Best of luck with it,
    Louise

  4. Excellent! Nice looking site and a good step toward promoting your stuff. Is Ganymede nationally distributed? I wanna pick up a copy when it comes out.

  5. Thanks so much for dropping by Kevin, Brian and Britt!
    Kev – you can order Ganymede at their website. It’s a print publication, but I believe it’s only distributed on-line.

  6. Hey…great job Andy! Its great to read new things and I will make an attempt to follow your work…in between my work!! :) Take care, Al

  7. The website looks great. So cool to read about your early writing years and influences. The things we never knew… Congratulations!

  8. Welcome Al, Marta, Lucy (and Jerilyn again). Thanks so much for the support!! More to come from this site. I’m in the midst of figuring out links. xoxo

  9. Wow! I am so happy to see that you are finally focusing on writing. I love your literary influences…you have always been one of mine. Can’t wait for you to take us all on that journey to find Love, forgiveness and redemption. My friend Olga, also a writer and a bad ass poet wants to read Registration, your fan club is already starting.

  10. Hi Andrew – Love the site, especially the background. There are quite a few interesting images embedded in it. Content looks great, and your story is very powerful. Good luck with your book!

  11. Hey Andy. The site looks great – congratulations! I still think your “about” section is the best – it’s some surprisingly moving writing for an about section. Nice work.

  12. Hi Andy! I am soo excited about this site! I am totally going to be stalking you and tracking the progress of your work! Xoxo

  13. peeked at your site…nice…and to think I sat besides you through many an English class…like your style, best wishes on continued success =D

    Kat

  14. Hey Andy,

    I was just thinking about you and decided to check out your site. This is really great! Your bio is really thoughtful and inspiring.

    Laurie

  15. Hey Justin – Thanks for stopping by. My short story is out in Ganymede Stories One and Ganymede #6, which are both print publications sold on-line. Stories One is an anthology that you can purchase here. #6 is the latest issue with poetry, art work, short stories and reprints and can be purchased here.

  16. Hey Andrew – I haven’t been actively writing for some months now – getting back into it slowly. Your site looks great and feels good too. You’ve really put your heart into it. Thanks for the comment you left on my site and may your muse never leave you without words to write. You rock. L J

  17. Great to hear from you LJ. Definitely, get back to writing, man!! Even when you’re not feeling the “muse,” writing something– just a short piece or poem, keeps your imagination active.

  18. Hi Andy,
    I noticed some of your Facebook posts about your writing and had to check it out. Your site is amazing!! I must say I’m not surprised with your talents. I wish you all the best with your book!!!
    <3
    Bettina

  19. Wow Andy! I’m so impressed with your accomplishments. I remember you writing stories when you were 8 or 9. You are very talented & I’m so happy & proud for you.
    Love,
    Aunt Pam

  20. Hi Andrew,

    I was brought to you site when I searched for David Gemmell and homosexuality on Google, I wasn’t aware of those scenes you mentioned. I recall another character that I read about 15 years ago that was a soldier who had a more fluid sexuality. But couldn’t remember the book or character’s name.. you have any idea.

    Also when you mention writing YA FIction , I was hoping you had read some books by William Sleator who was gay.. and wrote about families and kids in Fantastic situations…ie Interstellar Pig, House of Stairs, Singularity, The Boy Who Reversed Himself .

    any ways thanks for you writing is good to hear gay voices advocating so considerately and with eloquence.

    Ward Bond

  21. Hi Ward!

    Thanks so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts on Gemmell and YA.

    I wish I could be more help. I only read Gemmell’s Troy series, and I’m not remembering a bisexual soldier character. I am aware of William Sleator, but I haven’t gotten around to reading those books. You have reminded me that I need to add them to my reading queue. I’ll post some thoughts in the future!

    Best,
    Andy

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