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1275psi -> RE: The little ship that could. (6/4/2016 2:31:50 AM)

shameless bump so I can find this easier for book editing




alaviner -> RE: The little ship that could. (6/6/2016 2:10:00 AM)

how is the book coming?? do you have a target completion date? It is eagerly awaited




kaleun -> RE: The little ship that could. (6/6/2016 2:50:25 PM)

What he said




pws1225 -> RE: The little ship that could. (6/6/2016 3:23:09 PM)

Me too. [:'(]




sogcomando -> RE: The little ship that could. (7/21/2016 2:06:56 PM)

Discovered this gem mid-June and it took this long to read through it, savoring each vignette. Wonderful read, and the best praise I can offer is if this is made into a book, I will purchase it.
Best regards!




1275psi -> RE: The little ship that could. (12/20/2016 5:57:57 AM)

another shameless bump, editing still




BBfanboy -> RE: The little ship that could. (12/20/2016 6:01:48 AM)

Hope you are enjoying your furlough, and terrorizing the ponds with that fantastic model of Yamato!
Still hoping to see your book.




1275psi -> RE: The little ship that could. (4/4/2017 10:38:46 AM)

blatant post so I can find it again.
Comments on letters AAR very much appreciated




John 3rd -> RE: The little ship that could. (4/4/2017 3:53:46 PM)

Didn't you say you were working on a large scale Kongo next?




1275psi -> RE: The little ship that could. (4/5/2017 9:34:57 AM)

Hi John
yes, a nice big 1/72 scale kirishima
shes about ten foot long

Building the pagoda has been a real challenge!




Bif1961 -> RE: The little ship that could. (4/5/2017 12:29:58 PM)

Sounds like you have shifted from the little ship that could to a huge ship that didn't. Are going to take it out to the backyard pool, fill her with M80s and watch her explode and sink? That would be recreating history! [:D]




1275psi -> RE: The little ship that could. (5/9/2017 11:27:57 AM)

bump for luke




John 3rd -> RE: The little ship that could. (5/20/2017 5:48:18 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: 1275psi

Hi John
yes, a nice big 1/72 scale kirishima
shes about ten foot long

Building the pagoda has been a real challenge!


Do you have any pictures yet?




Barb -> RE: The little ship that could. (5/21/2017 7:22:40 PM)

It would also be nice to have some final chapter on the characters of this AAR :) I had enjoyed it, but it ended somewhat open.[;)]




cwemyss -> RE: The little ship that could. (8/9/2017 1:20:58 AM)

Wow..... Just. Wow.
I've been reading this on and off for three months. Blew through late 44 and 1945 in about the last week.

Excellent writing, if you publish I'll buy a copy! Amazing character development, great use of language to create a visual and emotional effect.

And spectacular tactics (and knowledge of your opponent) to keep counter-punching so long after it seemed you were toast.




1275psi -> RE: The little ship that could. (8/9/2017 9:28:41 AM)

Thank you, hope it was fun

I pick away at editing a couple a times a week.
Cannot wait for retirement.




Skyros -> RE: The little ship that could. (12/9/2017 2:32:05 PM)

A must read for every player.




FlyByKnight -> RE: The little ship that could. (3/5/2018 6:43:32 PM)

Heyo.
Just finished reading your AAR. Definitely worthwhile. There's something haunting about your short, clipped writing style that really leaves an impression on the reader.




1275psi -> RE: The little ship that could. (5/13/2019 7:53:18 AM)

Ta

Bump

My literary agent needs to be able to find this!!!!




BBfanboy -> RE: The little ship that could. (5/13/2019 1:47:12 PM)

Looking forward to the book!




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