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Alex C. Telander

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Alex C. Telander was born and grew up on the south coast of Spain. He moved to California for college, attending California State University, Long Beach where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing. He took a number of writing classes with many talented professors, working closely under Lisa Glatt (author of A Girl Becomes a Comma Like That and The Apple’s Bruise: Stories) and Brian Alan Lane (author of Cat and Mouse: Mind Games With a Serial Killer, as well as being a well-connected and respected writer in Hollywood). He also worked for four years at the student-run newspaper, the Long Beach Union, starting as a staff writer, then News Editor, Literature Editor (which he created, getting contacts and requesting review copies f ...more

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If you like your fantasy and your crime mixed together, then you need this book!


The brutal murder of Lavalé fey Avecath, the King’s First Magistrate and adviser, interrupts Constable Inspector Reva Lunaria’s day off. The victim’s status makes this a high-profile investigation, bringing with it unwanted attention from Senior Inquisitor Ailan Malvaceä of the Sucra, the King’s secr...

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message 16: by J.C.

J.C. thanks for friending me! have an awesome weekend.


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Avraham Anouchi Bookbanter

Compliments on your dedicated passion of reading and reviewing books on the Goodreads forum.

I want to send you a signed copy of my historical novel "The Hidden Scroll". If you are interested, I'll need your mailing address

Please confirm receipt of this message.

Contact me privately at anouchi@post.harvard.edu.

Avraham Anouchi

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message 13: by Ed

Ed Rambeau Thanks for accepting my friend request. You seem like an interesting person, so feel free to tell me more about yourself and perhaps we can grow to become even greater friends. I, myself, am a singer/songwriter/actor who has recently turned author. My 2 top ten recordings were CONCRETE & CLAY (as a singer) and NAVY BLUE (as a writer)...both in the early 1960's.

Regards, and have a great day, Ed

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message 12: by Alex

Alex Telander Thanks for the support. Great to hear!

EZ Read wrote: "Hello, BookBanter! I've been creeping around your site and enjoying little snippets of your writing; you are a productive author, keep going! :)"


message 11: by EZRead

EZRead eBookstore Hello, BookBanter! I've been creeping around your site and enjoying little snippets of your writing; you are a productive author, keep going! :)


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Beth Thanks for befriending this fellow writer on Goodreads!


Avraham Anouchi Hello BookBanter,

Your reading activity is very impressive and so are your reviews and ratings.

Unless I misunderstood the first sentence of your Goodreads profile, I believe that you have a typographic error. It should start with "I write..." rather than "A write..."

Avraham Anouchi

You can read all about my "Hidden Scroll" historical novel in my website at www.anouchi.org.


Fenixbird SandS Yeah for John Irving's Cidar House Rules! Thanks for adding me as a friend here.. Nice to meet you, Alex.


Jeremy I want to apologize for the all the recommendations from me yesterday. I wanted to share the Stoker Award news, and I only pressed the send button once--I'm not sure what happened to create so many messages. Some weird glitch.

Argh...this is terrible...

Again, I'm very sorry.

-Jeremy


Monica Hi Alex,

It took a minute for me to figure out how to email you back! Thanks for asking me to be your friend. How did you find me? Looking forward to going through your books and reading your comments. All the best.
Mon in Mich


message 5: by Alex

Alex Telander Now that's just cruel, and you know, I don't have an answer for you, because there simply isn't just one book that I have as a favorite over all others.


Jeremy Here’s wishing you a nifty New Year filled with noiseless noses, neato nicknames, noble Nebraskans, gnarly narcoleptic nebulas, and novel novels about nut-eating narwhals and novercaphobic gnats.

-Jeremy :)

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Jeremy Hi Alex!

Thanks again for sharing! Some of my favorites are 1984, The God of Small Things, Slaughterhouse-Five, and A Clockwork Orange.

Here’s wishing you a yippee-filled Yuletime overflowing with yard-long yams, yapping yoyo-yanking yetis, yak-milk yeast-cakes, and yellow yarn-yielding year-end yard-gnomes.

-Jeremy :)


message 2: by Alex (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:55PM)

Alex Telander You know, I don't have a particular single favorite. Though one of my top ones is Neil Gaiman's "Neverwhere," just made such an impression on me when I read it. Also John Irving's "The Cider House Rules" which I consider the American novel of say the last half of the century.

You?


message 1: by Jeremy (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:55PM)

Jeremy Hi Alex!

If you don't mind sharing--I was wondering, what's your favorite book of all time?

Here’s wishing you a weekend filled with wacky whims, wonderful weirdness, and well-disposed werecats.

-Jeremy :)


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