iandol on fri 16 may 03
If you have questions for an Author of any book you lay your hands on, =
provided they are still alive, you are entitled to write to that said =
person "Care Of the Editor" of the company which published the book. You =
may not get a reply, but making the attempt is worth the price of a =
postage stamp. For those who write books this is the only way they ever =
know needy people are getting some benefit from their efforts.
Furthermore, you may find that sending such correspondence may lead to =
the blossoming of a worthwhile friendship.
I have appreciated all the correspondence I have had since I started =
writing and cherish the contacts I have made around the World.
Ivor Lewis. Redhill, South Australia.
Ababi on sat 17 may 03
There is a small unclear line between using clayart as spam or nicer way to say
promoting your project or like in the case of Ron Roy and John Hesslberth as well as
Tony Hansen Fraser Forsite Lawrence Ewing David Hewitt Monona Rossol when
she has written to clayart. When you contribute to the list and after sometime publish
a book or a software I will be more than glad to hear and help you ( as well as myself)
by buying your product.
On the other side there was at least one time that a developer of a metal can in
which you can use to fire wares( I have promised not to write about it anymore) the
plans cost was 28 divide to 2 and it was a spam pure spam. The potter's
works where quite interesting though I preferred Marcia's on the same subject. He
wrote to the list only on the purpose to sell his master p... .
The case of this book is on the border.
The writers are not very active on clayart, it looks like they joined only to sell the book.
It is legitimate but it has the cost that a barbarian middle Eastern like me will say: It is
I am sure this book will help me but I hope that in the second addition they will not talk
with two voices. Please see ( at your library) Mastering Cone Six Glaze. Mostly if at all
you can tell was written by two people!
To the writers of the art of crystalline glazing
Either each one will have his chapter or one voice!
---------- Original Message ----------
>If you have questions for an Author of any book you lay your hands on, provided
>they are still alive, you are entitled to write to that said person "Care Of the Editor"
>of the company which published the book. You may not get a reply, but making the
>attempt is worth the price of a postage stamp. For those who write books this is
>the only way they ever know needy people are getting some benefit from their
>Furthermore, you may find that sending such correspondence may lead to the
>blossoming of a worthwhile friendship.
>I have appreciated all the correspondence I have had since I started writing and
>cherish the contacts I have made around the World.
>Ivor Lewis. Redhill, South Australia.
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