The Captain and the Lady Fair

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Reply Linda Valentino
11:39 AM on October 1, 2013 
I am a writer too, like Quinne. We all have a way about us in writing. I always enjoy his works, he is a very talented man, his words come out so perfect. How can I compete against him. he tells it like it is and that is very good for us to learn from. I write how I hear things. My characters talk to me on a nightly basis and want their voices heard that is why I must write about them... they want to be known. My grammar stinks but I love his. I wish he was my English grammar teacher to teach me the right punctuation and the right way to express my thoughts. We are all lost souls who have an abounty of what god has given us.
I wanted to highly recommend his books, he has a talent that does not score up to many out there. not even King or Patterson. He is truly a one of a kind writer. You got to read the Captain and the Lady. At first I did not like it when I got into it, I was amazed on what happened next and not to spoil the story. This was more than riding the waves, there was a love affair about this ship... she was good to him and he was for her too.

thank you Quinne for such an amazing story. you are one talented man and We all appreciate a good read.
Reply Homer M. Manansala
6:11 PM on August 4, 2013 
Thanks for the copy of this. Very interesting book.