Boskone Cut Short

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My participation at Boskone this weekend was cut short by the flu.  I was there Friday evening and gradually realized I wasn’t feeling well, so headed home.  By the time I got home on the subway, I knew I’d caught something.  So I canceled my Saturday things, and stayed in, eating soup and toast and drinking green tea.  Doing a little better now.  Apologies to anyone who’d hoped to catch up with me or attend my reading, etc. 

I’m going to be away for the coming week, and may not have reliable internet access.  So if I seem unusually silent, that’ll be why. 

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  1. CJ Cherryh
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    Jeff—CJ Cherryh here: my second try at posting a comment.
    I've always enjoyed your books and was pointed to this site by one of my own commenters—
    We're doing much the same sort of thing at http://closed-circle.net with myself, Jane Fancher, and Lynn Abbey. We'd like to crosslink as many of the pros out there as possible, and would love to crosslink with your site.
    Best of luck to you!

  2. Jeffrey A. Carver
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    Hi C.J. — We just finally got internet access restored at my in-laws' place, where I've been all week, so I just saw your message. Thanks for stopping by! When I get home, I'll find a better way to link to your site. I actually saw it a week or two ago, after following a link on some site–mobileread.com, I think.

    Hope you're taking off.

    Jeff

  3. Charlza
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    Drat- Sorry that ended short! I hope you're back up to full steam quickly!

    On a lighter comparison note, be glad you didn't have the chicken pox. At the age of 38, that's what I just got over, heheh.

  4. Jeffrey A. Carver
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    My sympathies, Charlza. When my kids had chicken pox, they gave it to an adult friend of ours, just as she was going from med school to job interviews. Until then, I had no idea how hard chicken pox hit adults. Hope you're well over it.

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