Friday, September 3, 2010

A Few Kind Words for Byron Case

Katey Clees recently posted on my Facebook wall a 12-exclamation-mark review for The Skeptical Juror and The Trial of Byron Case.
I just read the trial of Byron Case. Wow!!!! How wonderful!!!! I just got the case of Cory Maye. Just started reading. I hope it is as good as the last book!!!! 
Katey Clees, whom I do not know, is obviously an insightful and expressive person.

While I have a Facebook account, I only occasionally look at it, and rarely post. I'm not particularly comfortable with social media such as Facebook and Twitter. My assessment is that Twitter is for those who write sentences, Facebook is for those who write paragraphs, and a blog is for those who write essays. Since I write primarily of my own research and analysis, I'm most comfortable with a blog format. 


I wrote to Katey Clees to make sure she was not bothered by my use of her words on this blog.  I received a rely just recently.
Re: Byron Case
You may use my remarks. I think that book was wonderful!!!!!
What struck me as funny is that she used five exclamations marks to finish the sentence, rather than a mere four as before. Makes me smile. 

I mentioned this latest effusive moment to The Skeptical Wife / Publisher. She said "I'd like to see her keyboard. The exclamation mark is probably all worn off."

Thank you Katey for brightening my day.

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