[bksvol-discuss] Re: Thanks for a job well done

  • From: Valerie Maples <vlmaples@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2011 14:57:21 -0600

Thanks for appreciating our work on older, but timeless books.  I am LOVING it 
and cannot get enough of these older series.  I have a number of the original 
Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys to work on, but they are down on my list since they 
are so much more available than some of my hard to find series.

 Valerie 

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On Feb 15, 2011, at 12:41 AM, Jamie Prater wrote:

> I want to take this time to thank Jamie Yates, Valerie Maples, Susan Lumpkin, 
> Lori Castner, Doug Maples, Linda Ragland, and other hard workers for their 
> hard work to make the Cherry Ames series, the Vicki Barr series, the Connie 
> Blair series, Kay Tracy, sugar creek gang series, the sierra Jensen and other 
> books by Robin Jones Gunn, the love inspired suspense and other books under 
> this label, books by Francine Rivers and Al Lacy and many other wonderful 
> fiction authors and many other such books.  I am sure I am one of many who 
> applaud your efforts and strongly encourage you to continue your top quality 
> work in getting these and other timeless pieces of literature out there for 
> people of all ages to read some fantastic literature that would not otherwise 
> be available.  I feel like a kid at Christmas every day when I check the 
> lists and find titles I really like of this nature and many others being 
> added to the collection, in process, awaiting approval, and in the works 
> being scanned and/or ready for checkout to be proofread.  Your dedicated hard 
> work is appreciated more than you'll ever know and more than I could ever 
> express.  I want to see more of this type book as well as older Nancy Drew 
> and Hardy Boys and other clean books for many generations of not only 
> children in this generation but "kids" of all ages who are reading what they 
> were not able to read due to lack of equal access with their piers as a child 
> or teenager.  Thanks again and keep up the diligent work. 

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