Monthly Archives: November 2008

Legacy Comments Saved Under Nov 30th Date

I started the Mt. Sneffels Press blog just a few days ago (today is Dec 30th, 2008) and have been transferring legacy comments and legacy blog entries from the American Flying Broomstick website to this blog. My old blog entries … Continue reading

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Are You Flying Backwards?

From a This is True reader: The real question is not “Why is this man flying a broomstick?” but rather: “Why is this man flying a broomstick _backwards?” As any good witch knows, the bristles go in front–to hold the … Continue reading

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Same Sense of the Ridiculous

From Spock in MD: The referenced web page is from my recent copy of This-is-True and I found the idea delightful enough to want to share it with my students and, in fact, anyone else who may have a similar … Continue reading

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Fanciful and Witty

From Don in Ridgway, CO: I thoroughly enjoyed reading Dave Casler’s fanciful and witty novel. His devilish sense of humor and his amazingly realistic descriptions of his “broom flights” around the mountains of Southwestern Colorado and beyond, help make this … Continue reading

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Will “American” Flying Broomstick Upset the Brits?

From Jeff via e-mail: $17.76 is an excellent price, but… There are certain sensitive folk who dislike that particular number. True story: While I worked at a large international company, one of our computer products needed a numeric password so … Continue reading

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Couldn’t Put it Down

From Eleanor in Ouray, Colorado: Dear Dave, Last week at the Community Musical Program at the 4H Center I bought your book. Once I started reading I couldn’t put it down–a delightful story. I am going to send it to … Continue reading

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Flying Broomstick is Perfect Photography Platform

From Jim in Ridgway, CO: I was down photographing the Durango and Silverton train in the winter snow at Rockwood on Wednesday, and found three great photo locations that would have yielded spectacular shots. Only problem was that they were … Continue reading

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Interesting Twist: the Power Comes via Moses

Barbara is following the “chapter a week” philosophy. Some of her comments so far:  “I’m interested to see how your creativity differs from other authors.” “What a surprise to find Moses in a story. Very unusual. And neat the way … Continue reading

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Free Chapters a Little Treat Each Week

From Tom relative to his free chapter every week: Thanks for the chapters – I enjoy getting them each week. Like a little treat! Thanks Tom! I’ve had many people tell me verbally how much they like the book. It’s … Continue reading

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Article in Local Paper re American Flying Broomstick

See this article in our local paper. Nice writeup, plus a nice photo.

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