Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Wednesday's Special Is...Chasing Smoke!

Chasing Smoke by Bill Cameron

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Bill Cameron lives and works in Portland, Oregon. His stories have appeared in Spinetingler, The Dunes Review, The Alsop Review, as well as The Portland Southeast Examiner. He is a member of Friends of Mystery and serves as Vice President of the Northwest Chapter of Mystery Writers of America.

His debut novel Lost Dog is available from Midnight Ink Books. His second novel, Chasing Smoke, will be available from Bleak House Books in November 2008.

Lost Dog is a Rocky Nominee for Best Novel set in the Left Coast Crime Geographic Region, as well as a runner up for the Spotted Owl Award for Best Novel of 2008 by a Northwest author.
"Slice of Pie," Bill's contribution to Killer Year: Stories to Die For was described as an "irony-filled gem" in the Chicago Tribune.
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This excerpt is from the second chapter, shortly after his partner has roped him in to helping with an investigation off the books. He's decided to go see his friend Ruby Jane, owner of a local coffee shop, to distract himself from thinking about an upcoming doctor's appointment at which he expects bad news. As the moment opens, Skin, a long-time smoker who's recently quit, has been watching a fellow smoke outside the coffee shop.


Ruby Jane sets a pair of steaming mugs on the table, then slides into the seat across from me, her movement awkward. I can see she still favors her left leg. She swivels her head toward the window. “I thought you were going to go right through the glass after that guy’s cigarette.”

“I don’t do my own stunts.” I grab a mug and give it a sniff. Smells more like fruitcake than tea.
“It’s got cinnamon, nutmeg, milk, and a little honey. Thought you might like a change.”
I take a sip and resist the urge to make a face. “A year ago you’d’ve been in for some police brutality if you tried serving me one of these frou-frou tea concoctions.”

“Glad it’s a hit.”

"Oh, it’s great stuff. Lovin’ it.”

“It’s decaf.”

"You’re under arrest.”

She rolls her eyes and sips her own tea. “What’s the news?”

“I’m still not dead. Film at eleven.”

“How’s your treatment going?”

“I could ask you the same.”

“Yeah, but I asked first.”

I gaze down into my mug. “Been in a holding pattern. I just had some more tests.”

“You gonna need more surgery?”

“I don’t know. Doc is supposed to have news for me this morning.”

She doesn’t say anything, picks up her mug and drinks. Ruby Jane isn’t a woman who speaks just to fill the silence. It’s one of the things I like about her. She has a round face and dimples, with blue eyes beneath reddish-brown bangs. She’s inclined toward colorful hats and vests, but this morning she wears only a black turtleneck and billowy cotton pants under a teal apron that matches the awning outside. Hair back in a short pony tail.

“You still doing the physical therapy?” I ask her.

She smiles tightly and nods. “Down to twice a month now though.”

“Today?”

“How’d you know?”

“Your togs are more restrained than usual.”

She touches one finger to the side of her nose. “You oughta be a cop.”

“I’ll never give up the carnie life. How much longer do you have?”

“Too damn long. I’m starting to wonder if I’ll ever walk right again.”

“These things take time,” is what I do not say. Ruby Jane is no more amenable to empty platitudes than I am. The previous December she’d been shot, leg and gut. I was part of the investigation, a complicated mess that could have ended much worse than it did. “How’s Pete doing?” I ask after a moment.

Ruby Jane swirls her tea. “Okay, I guess. He’s on the road, touring plant nurseries down in California. I haven’t talked to him for a while.”

“He hasn’t called?”

She doesn’t seem to want to make eye contact. “I told him I needed a breather.”

“Oh.”

I see Roger leaning over the pastry case, pointing out selections to one of the counter girls. The girl adds scones and Danishes to a large box. Her bare forearms are swathed in a tangle of tattooed green vines and orange blossoms. Roger mumbles something I can’t hear and the girl laughs. She has a silver stud in her tongue.

“I don’t know, Skin. I admit I rushed into things with Pete, but sometimes you meet someone and it just feels right. You’re laughing at each other’s jokes, finishing each other’s sentences. Every moment is natural and comfortable, like it was always meant to be. And then, time passes, and something changes. You know each other better and better in the little ways, so it feels like you’re growing closer. But in the big ways—” She fiddles with her mug. “Pete knows exactly how I like my coffee.”


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Questions:

1) Bill is in training as a stunt double for the next Indiana Jones movie starring Harrison Ford. In fact, Bill's been so good as a stuntman, the director is going to let him choose a title for the movie. What is the title he chooses?

2) How many vests does Bill own?

3) Speaking of finishing sentences, let's finish Bill's last sentence a bit differently. "Pete knows exactly how I like..."

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Chasing Smoke is being released as a simultaneous trade paper and hardcover, plus a limited-edition hardcover called "Evidence Collection." The Evidence Collection version is distinguished by special endpapers and a Booking Sheet bound into the front which is signed and numbered and features a thumbprint. (see photo below)

**Come back Friday to read chapter one in its entirety! A very nice weekend treat!!**


120 comments:

ChrisEldin said...

Hi Everybody!

Looking forward to lots of chatting!
:-)

Chumplet said...

I always pop into these things waaay too early, but my brain is fresh just before bedtime.

How brave of you, Bill, to write in present tense! It works wonderfully for you.

Well, I might as well dive in:

1) Ah, my favourite movie series besides LOTR. Good ol' Indy. A great movie title would be "The Search For the Lost Ale"

2) How many vests does Bill own? One. And it's a fishing vest.

3) Speaking of finishing sentences, let's finish Bill's last sentence a bit differently. "Pete knows exactly how I like..."

... my coffee. And it sure as hell don't have cinnamon in it.

ChrisEldin said...

Hi Chumplet!!!
I'm very happy to see you! Glad you dropped in before dozing off.

Apparently, Bill is another night owl, so he'll be up for a while. Plus he's got that Oregon time zone on his side...

:-)

ChrisEldin said...

Oh, and I absolutely agree about Bill's use of present tense. I'm just about finished reading "Straight Man" by Richard Russo-also in 1st present. First person present is sublime when it's done well. Bill's is smooth and flawless.
:-)

Ray Wong said...

Snappy dialogue!

1) Indiana Jones and the Tower of Terror

2) More than one, fewer than 1000

3) "Pete knows exactly how I like my toenails painted. Black, like my coffee."

Ray Wong said...

1st person/present is the BOMB (mine is in 1st/present!)

ChrisEldin said...

I can't wait to read your excerpt, Ray!

Do you own any vests, Ray?
:-)

Chumplet said...

I have a vest from my Captain Jack Sparrow costume.

ChrisEldin said...

Chumplet! If it touched Johnny Depp, I'd like to hear that story...
:-)

Chumplet said...

The picture is posted somewhere on Absolute Write.

Ray Wong said...

I have a few vests. I like to wear them with nothing else... Oops, TMI. LOL.

The Anti-Wife said...

1. Indiana Jones and the Helium Balloon Lawn Chair.

2. 2 vests - an invest and a divest.

3. "Pete knows exactly how I like my toenails cut."

Chumplet said...

Anti-wife: Eww....

Chumplet said...

Ray, you're a naughty boy.

I guess it depends on what kind of vest.

Down vest... nah.
Denim vest... maybe.
Leather vest... yikes!

Josephine Damian said...

1) Bill is in training as a stunt double for the next Indiana Jones movie starring Harrison Ford. In fact, Bill's been so good as a stuntman, the director is going to let him choose a title for the movie. What is the title he chooses?

Commando Jones and the Temple of Pants-less Plots.

2) How many vests does Bill own?

Uh, one?

3) Speaking of finishing sentences, let's finish Bill's last sentence a bit differently.

"Pete knows exactly how I like to torment the pink octopus."

Shona Snowden said...

Aw, Bill's not coming over all shy now it's his own roast, is he?

Shona Snowden said...

I'm not eligible as a roaster, but I'm going to answer, just for fun.

1. Indiana Jones and Bill Campbell and beer

2. Bill owns innumerable vests. He particularly likes the ones that come free with beer.

3. 'Pete knows exactly how I like the head on my beer.'

Bill Cameron said...

Well, I missed the beginning due to an unexpected need to pick up a friend at the airport! Catching up now!

Bill Cameron said...

Well, I will say this much, no matter how many vests I have, I am inspired to acquire more!

Bill Cameron said...

Ray, I luvs me some first person present, and I luvs me some black toenails!

Bill Cameron said...

Chumplet, I want your Captain Jack Sparrow vest!

Janet Reid said...

1. Indiana Jones loses to Bill Cameron for Edgar Win!

2. N+1

3. Pete knows exactly how I like to get my royalty cheks: overnight and in cash.

Bill Cameron said...

Oh great. Now I have to do algebra to figure out if Janet guessed right.

Janet Reid said...

I do not guess.
I see all. Know all.
Unless of course...I don't.

Anonymous said...

1) Indiana Jones: The Tower of Mismatched Socks. This is where Bill can really showcase his stunt talents of tackling the overflowing laundry basket of socks.

2) How many vests? Lots, but the key is that he wears them out one at a time. The first one he bought is still my favorite and it was love at first site. "Oh look at this nice vest." Bills eyes nearly popped out of their sockets as if a topless Pamela Anderson had suddenly appeared. It was The Perfect Writing Vest and a love match was made that day at the Oregon Caves Lodge.

3)Pete knows exactly how I like my feet rubbed.

Bill Cameron said...

Topless Pamela Anderson?

Janet Reid said...

Bill hung out with Pamela Anderson in a cave? Why am I not shopping a salacious tell all memoir???

Bill Cameron said...

She told me if I ever told anyone she'd send Tommy Lee over for, as she put it, "servicing."

Anonymous said...

It's how I would imagine your face if a topless Pamela Anderson suddenly appeared. Or something like that.

Janet Reid said...

I guess servicing doesn't mean what I thought it meant.

::glancing at lube and oil receipt:: nope, sure don't.

Anonymous said...

Tommy Lee? I thought she ditched him? Hey, have you noticed if any of our video collection is missing? Maybe this is a job for Skin???

Janet Reid said...

What would Skin say about Pamela Anderson??

Bill Cameron said...

He'd call her two gallons of silicone in a one gallon latex glove.

Janet Reid said...

Skin does have a way with words.
I wonder, does he have an agent??

Bill Cameron said...

Well, he's looking for work. Retirement isn't suiting him.

Janet Reid said...

well, hell, I"m just glad he's alive.

We've got an opening here for a reptile wrangler. How does he feel about snakes?

Ray Wong said...

I see where this thing is going...

Bill Cameron said...

He thinks snakes are delicious. A little garlic, a little taragon, a little lemon zest. Mmmmm.

Janet Reid said...

I think eating the office asssssistants is a violation of employment law but I'll have to check.

M. G. Tarquini said...

OMG! It's the middle of the night! What're y'all doing up!

M. G. Tarquini said...

Whoa. Way too many exclamations points.

Janet Reid said...

admiring the cut of Bill's writing vest.

ChrisEldin said...

Good morning everyone!
You night owls are INSANE!!
:-)

Chumplet said...

Holy jeez, the party really rocked after I left.

I'm gonna look at vests in a whole new way from now on.

peggy said...

Good morning everyone!
So..an Indy Movie hmm, Indiana Jones and the temple of brewski's
2.How many vests? 7 one for everyday of the week, to match his moods :)
3."Pete knows exactly how I like my coffee, with a beer chaser of course."
The book looks great! I'll be reading that chapter for sure.
Is everyone wide awake this fine day?

Chumplet said...

The coffee and beer reminds me of my friend Nick who had beer and donuts for breakfast while on vacation. Now there's a flavour blend!

laughingwolf said...

welcome bill... scots wa ha'e! ;)

love the dialog, how i write, too

1. indiana jones and the cascadia caper

2. just the down-filled one, from eddie bauer

3. 'Pete knows exactly how i like the head on my glass of Hamm's.'

laughingwolf said...

rats! guess i shudda read other's stuff first :(

Word said...

1. When Harry Met Sally. (He's got a Meg Ryan thing)

2. Let's see. Vests.
Fishing Vest. Camoflage
Hunting Vest. Blaze Orange
Sleeping Vest. Pink satin with pink fur trim...for the love scene with Meg Ryan he plays over and over in his mind.

3. Pete knows exactly how I like my coffee...in the morning with Meg Ryan!!!

Bill Cameron said...

Is it morning already? I need to change out of my pink satin sleeping vest and into my coffee-drinking vest.

ChrisEldin said...

HAHAAH! Temple of Brewskies!
All of these answers are very funny!
:-)

Anonymous said...

It's fun going for walks with Bill. I look at the flowers and he's looking for all the places to stash a dead body. Or the perfect cliff...

Bill Cameron said...

Indeed! I am going to have to convince Steve (because, yeah, he and I are on a first name basis) to do MULTIPLE new Indy movies, just to accommodate all the fab titles!

And while I'm here: Hi, Mindy!

Peggy: now I know how many vests I WANT to have!

Word: I think I can get Steve to introduce you to Meg, if you want.

Josephine: Hey, I do too have pants on—uh, oh, nevermind.

Laughingwolf: You can never have too many beer gags!

Bill Cameron said...

I think we have an anonymous ringer... ;)

Bill Cameron said...

Chumplet, yes, vests have vast versatility.

ChrisEldin said...

Bill, I know writers are asked this all the time, but where did you get the idea for Chasing Smoke?

Bill Cameron said...

Chris, the idea of Chasing Smoke came to me in a dream. That's actually true. Only it wasn't my dream, it was my wife's. She described it in a great detail one morning.

I already had the character of Skin, who played a strong supporting role in Lost Dog, and he was a perfect fit with the story she told, of a group of cancer patients who all die under mysterious circumstances which can be interpreted as suicide,...maybe.

Unfortunately, she will tell you I messed it all up. The story I wrote started in the same place as her dream, but I quickly veered off into an alternate history. Every now and then as I was writing the book, I would tell her what I was up to, and she'd say, "You're doing it wrong!"

peggy said...

Man, the book sounds really good, can't wait to read what happens. You writing her dream, that had to be hard..her hitting you and all..No doc it this way or that way! Great writing partner I'd say LOL... :)

ChrisEldin said...

LOL! I love that story!

Josephine Damian said...

Bill, the second thing I thought when I saw that photo of you in the vest was: Is that the "First Dude"? Realized it wasn't since there wasn't a dead moose slung over your shoulder.

But the first thing I wondered was: Is he wearing pants? lol

Chumplet said...

One of my WIPs came from a dream, too. The opening scene is a guy shooting out a window at a hotel from a courtyard, then people bursting into the room.

Precie said...

1) Indiana Jones and the 190 Proof Loinfruit

2) No one knows for sure because his "vest closet" is way too messy...and there's a scary funk coming from the way back...probably a fishing vest with old bait in the pockets.

3) Pete knows exactly how I like my drinks...stiff.

Bill Cameron said...

Jo, I rarely wear pants and when I do it's usually something unusual -- wait. Actually it's usually jeans. Nevermind.

peggy said...

I thought maybe you wore a kilt with a matching vest while investigating who Kilt..who..
;)

Charles Gramlich said...

Love the dialogue here.

As for the questions:

1) Indiana Jones and the mystery of Decaffinated coffee.

2) Many, but the only one he wears is made from the pelts of Dalmation puppies, just like on the Simpsons


3) "Pete knows exactly how I like to start my day by pounding on someone who has irritated me."

Bill Cameron said...

Chumplet, this isn't the first time I've written something based on someone else's dream. I wrote a short story based on a friend's dream. Once again, the story itself doesn't match up with the actual dream, but the starting premise is the same. That story actually ended up taking me about 25 years to finish, since I heard the dream in 1981 and finally finished the story in 2006.

That story can be seen here:
http://www.spinetinglermag.com/winter2006story3.htm
if yer interested.

I find that dreams can provide a lot of good ground work in general. If I was writing in a more magical realism vein, maybe in outright story. But even in a more reality-grounded story, premise, moments of drama and conflict, any of those can be shaped by dreams.

And I definitely subscribe to the dream-as-problem-solving method. I've had more than one story deadend or false trail resolve itself in a dream.

Bill Cameron said...

Precie: :-0 (hahahahahahaha)

Charles, yes. A mystery indeed.

Peggy, I actually did used to have a kilt. Alas, no longer. I still have the socks though.

Josephine Damian said...

Bill, have you read O'Nan's A PRAYER FOR THE DYING? It's written in second person, present tense. Weird, but it works. Not something I'd ever have the skill to attempt, though.

Bill Cameron said...

I haven't read that, no, Jo. I will have to look it up. I once tried a second person story. Got a few pages in to it and knew it was a disaster in the making! Switched to 3rd person and eventually finished it. Sorta. Once of those "in the drawer" pieces.

laughingwolf said...

no true scot wears drawers under a kilt, so canna see this here 'in the drawer' stuff :P lol

Bill Cameron said...

hahahaha

Susan Adrian said...

Yo Bill! No tackling today, k?

Answers:

1) Indiana Jones Is Really Freaking Old

2) Too many. (Any amount of vests is too many, seriously. I should join the Anti-Vests League.)

3) "Pete knows exactly how I like to strangle people. He can identify my fingerprints. He's just too dangerous to have around."

Bill Cameron said...

Susan, poor Pete. I think he might have to tackle you.

Janet Reid said...

what is it with guys not wanting to wear pants. This perplexes me.

And sorry, I'm out of here most likely for the rest of the day, so I'm missing all the fun.

Susan Adrian said...

Bill:

(from Child)

Pete and Re-Pete were walking down the street. Pete fell off a cliff. Who was left?

Bill Cameron said...

You were, Susan? Because you pushed him outa fear of tackleage?

See ya, Janet. Sorry you're gonna miss the crazy!

Susan Adrian said...

Drat, Bill, you figured it out. Must try to be a more clever character-killer in future.

Anonymous said...

Bill. What about your Martini pants???

Bill Cameron said...

The martini pants are, technically jammie bottoms.

peggy said...

Jammie bottoms for when your Jammin'!

Precie said...

lmao, peggy! That must be the secret...I need to get jammie bottoms to revive my flagging muse.

laughingwolf said...

i keep saying: NO true scot wears ANYthing under a kilt... including jammie bottoms! :P lol

Susan Adrian said...

Bill, I ran across the perfect vest for you!

Nike PreCool Vest

peggy said...

Maybe we should all put on our Jammie bottoms for this here Roastie..or the guys can go regimental (sp)...or mental anyway LOL

laughingwolf said...

sounds like a plan, peggy... lemme ditch this itchy kilt, first! ;) lol

Bill Cameron said...

I have to concur, a true Scot allow the loinfruit to fly free. Technically, I'm only a partial Scot, however, with a lot more Welsh in me, and who knows what else. Probably, technically, I'm a mutt.

But, yeah, jammie time! I loves me some soft jammies.

Bill Cameron said...

That vest would fit in perfectly with my current Battlestar Galatica DVD obsession.

Susan Adrian said...

See? I somehow intuited the Battlestar Galactica thing, just from your posts.

You must be an amazing writer, man. :)

ChrisEldin said...

Susan, I LOVE that vest!!!
Will make a fine xmas present...
:-)

Bill Cameron said...

Amazing, I dunno. But BSG is pretty damn good, that's for sure.

peggy said...

Original Battlestar or the new one..That'll help with ye outfit ya know... I like the old version myself.. all my kids were into in..wait! crap! That gives me age away doesn't it? Me and my tinfoil hat and all :)
Battlestar rocks!
They should have put Lorn Greene in a Kilt...LOL.. now ain't that a picture. Pappy on the Ponderosa in a Kilt...LOLOL. I'm a sick puppy, I admit it!!

laughingwolf said...

i'm a mutt myself comes to being a scot, bill, but mother was a mciver, so i guess some parts of me are :O lol

dunno i lorne would want to be seen in a kilt, peggy, being as he was jewish and all....

peggy said...

hahaha, well, I'm sure he was circumcized and all....
hahahah. did I say that? He might have did just fine...I do believe I best hush my face before I dig this hole much deeper, don't ya think?
:)

laughingwolf said...

no worries, peggy, we're all pals here... want some more haggis and black pudding with that single malt, lass? :O lol

Bill Cameron said...

Oh my, poor Lorne's kilt must be fluttering in his grave. Did I just say that out loud?

peggy said...

haven't tasted Haggis in years, thanks for the reminder..now where did I put that stomach?
hee hee

ChrisEldin said...

A kilt would go nicely with Bill's vest...
:-)

ChrisEldin said...

Shona knows all about Haggis--hope she sees this thread!
:-)

laughingwolf said...

what no black pudding takers? :O lol

laughingwolf said...

ok, just to make it an even 100 posts :P

laughingwolf said...

say what out loud, bill? :O lol

peggy said...

Selective memory..like my grandkids hearing,,,,,heh heh heh

Bill Cameron said...

Whoo-hoo! One-oh-two!

I think we've got a bit more to go tonight, folks. But I have to cut out a little bit early. Skin Kadash and I share one interest, though Skin is much more knowledgeable than I, and it's birdwatching.

So tonight the Cameron clan is off to see the swift migration roost at Chapman Elementary School here in Portland. For those who might be interested, you can learn more here:

http://www.audubonportland.org/local-birding/swiftwatch

In short, during their fall migration up to 30,000 swifts roost in the tall chimney of the Chapman school. Quite a spectacle. Falcons sometimes can be spotted hunting among the swifts as they descend as well.

So my wife, my son and I are off to see it, taking off here in the next few minutes.

I gotta tell ya, the roast has been a blast. I love the answers. Since there's still some time left, I will wait until I return and the roast is officially over to announce the answer to the crucial question number 2, plus the winners of copies of Chasing Smoke (one Evidence Collection, and one trade paper). I have to say, picking my favorite answers might be so difficult that I end up putting everyone's name in a hat and doing an old fashioned raffle.

Bill Cameron said...

Haha, peggy snuck in and grabbed post number one-oh-two!

laughingwolf said...

sounds like exciting times at the birdlery, bill... have fun

since i'm 4 hours ahead of you, i'll be asleep before you're back, so will catch you in the wee hours of tomorrow

yeah, peggy has her ways :O lol

Shona Snowden said...

Och aye, there's nothing like the heart and lungs of a sheep mixed with oatmeal, wrapped up in the lining of its stomach and boiled for hours.

Seriously. It's good stuff.

Bill Cameron said...

Mmmmm, haggis.

ChrisEldin said...

Bill, that sounds awesome!!
We'll see you when you come back...

The contest is open for twenty more minutes, but the chat line is open 24 7.
:-)

ChrisEldin said...

The contest is now closed, but I sincerely want to thank everyone who dropped by!!!!

Lots of good choices here! Can't wait to see what the 'right' answers are!!
:-)

Chumplet said...

I had to work late and I have a writing exercise tonight, but when I left, there was a long exchange about vests and kilts.

Where the hell is the Scotch?

peggy said...

Enjoy your fun night Bill. Live long and be phosporus..I have had a grand ole time today. Be sure to wear your kilt!

Bill Cameron said...

I am back from the birds. They were amazing. Marvelous. Overwhelming. Beautiful. I don't have any sense of how many there were, but I did a test and when I held my arm out, my thumb to the first knuckle probably covered about 10 or so birds from view. Now multiply that by enough thumbs to cover the entire sky. Say, roughly, 15,000 birds? 20,000? I dunno. A. Lot.

I have to admit that I had a really hard time picking out winners. The responses to Chris's marvelous questions were all so good. However, I have to admit that the one that I keep giggling about again and again is Precie's "Indiana Jones and the 190 Proof Loinfruit." So I feel like that's gotta take home a prize.

But since I enjoyed everyone's participation, I put the rest of the names in my official Lost Dog hat and pulled out a name for the second prize. Congrats, Peggy!

Thank you, everyone, for so much fun. And thank you, Chris and the rest of the BookRoast gang for hosting me.

Chasing Smoke will be out officially in November, though the trade paper edition should be available by mid-October. So winners, email at bc@billcameronmysteries.com so I can arrange to get you your copies when they are available!

Bill Cameron said...

By the way, the actual total number of vests is 3.

Shona Snowden said...

Bill, you've been a fantastic roastee, thank you so much for your enthusiastic participation!

Only three? Disappointing!

ChrisEldin said...

Congratulations, Peggy and Precie!!!

Thanks so much to Bill for taking time out of his busy schedule to come over here and play!!!

Thank you to everyone!!!!

:-)

peggy said...

My goodness! Thanks so much Bill! I can hardly wait to read it! Sounds like your bird watching was a blast!

laughingwolf said...

grats to the pp duo! :O lol

bill, i look forward to buying it for myself, and thx for the fun here

thx also to chris and crew... the cc duo... and the great entries from all

nazdarovja! ;) lol

Bill Cameron said...

Thank you, laughingwolf, I appreciate it!

And thanks so much again to the BookRoast crew!

Precie said...

Woo hoo!!! Thanks very much, Bill!

Only 3 vests? Surprising.

And lots of luck with Chasing Smoke!!

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