Sunday, December 18, 2011

Some Very Kind Recognition

Chris Rhatigan has been running a fabulous year-end best list with several notable writers tossing in their two cents. Benoit Lelievre had this to say about my "Clouds in a Bunker":
Another story about a terrible tragedy that nobody is able to avoid. Everybody grows old and withers away. It's incredibly sad and almost cringe inducing because you know the pain of this family might be your pain one day. The dialog in between father and daughter is nothing short of spectacular.
Earlier Nigel Bird, Sandra Seamans, and R. Thomas Brown all picked "Melanie" as a favorite. Thank you, all. Nothing beats being recognized by peers who I deeply respect.

Please stop by Death by Killing and check out all the posts and a big thanks to Chris for running this fine series.


Charles Gramlich said...

Cool. Glad to hear it, and well deserved.

Rick said...

You very definitely deserve it!