Thursday, November 8, 2012

Camelot Where You Are #28, Lisa D.

Lisa D. sent in this remarkable bulletin.

"I stumbled on what I thought was a romance wanted ad in a local convenience store, I posted the photo on my blog and a commenter led me to you and your contest. . ."

That commenter was the Chieftess, of Mammoth Lakes Daily Photo. I'm guessing Chieftess knows Lisa via Macro Monday, a worldwide photoblog meme hosted by Lisa herself at her fun blog, Lisa's Chaos.


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Is there Camelot where you are? A castle, a knight, a...whatever you think Camelot looks like? Take a picture of it and enter it in the Camelot Where You Are photo contest, to win a free copy of my new novel, Camelot & Vine. Details are here.

The pace of publication progress is picking up. I enjoyed this interview with Maurice Sendak where he called the publishing business "just stupid."
Agree or disagree, Sendak was always interesting.

14 comments:

  1. I hope he found her! How wonderful ~ and I love the roundabout way Lisa's find ended up here via Chieftess.

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  2. Wow, it is a small world, ain't it?
    :-)

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  3. No kidding! I just added the direct link to Lisa's post, into mine, and it's here as well:
    http://lisaschaos.com/hmmm-wonder-what-the-story-is/

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  4. This is so sweet and just affirms the internet (and world) can be an amazing place. I need to start looking harder for Camelot here in little Princeton:)

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  5. My bet is it's easy to find there, Lulu.

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  6. I left that ad up there for six weeks and nobody called.
    Sigh …

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  7. Dive, just add the url to your blog.

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  8. That's just a romantic way of saying he's looking for a married woman to have a fling with.

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  9. As ever, I love it. Can't wait to see what Lulu comes up with :). Dive does make me laugh.

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  10. This is another fun one. People have been so creative with Camelot photos for the contest!

    Dive's so clever....

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  11. I am hoping to find my SIr Lancelot very very soon. I'll keep in touch.
    V

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  12. Bellis, ever the romantic.

    Yes, Ms. M, this contest has been very creative. It could be that Lulu will top us all, or perhaps Virginia will. We shall have to wait and see.

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  13. How funny this was found in a convenience store, and without any knowledge of the C&V contest!

    Funny Maurice Sendak interview. He was something else.

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