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Hello Mr. Zink, I just received Wild Grapes in the mail, and I'm really looking forward to reading it.
Thank you for writing me. I hope you have great success with your next book. I do love short story collections.

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Just wanted to let you know I've posted a review of Ballad of the Confessor on both LibraryThing and Amazon. I appreciate the gift of the copy.
Hi William,

Wanted to let you know that I received your book "Ballad of the Confessor" today. Thank you!!!

Dear Mr. Zink,
I won!!!!! Please e-mail me for my address, Thank-you so much, MaryAnn

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Sorry it has taken me so long. I finally read Pieta yesterday and loved it. I had the feeling while reading it that it was maybe a bit autobiographical. I think you captured the little girl perfectly. The interaction between generations was authentic and believable. And thanks for signing my book. I look forward to reading more of your writing.

Mr. Zink,

I feel so honored to have received a note from you. Thank you so much. I dearly loved Pieta. I am very excited to hear about your short stories. I am a short story lover. I am sure the ones you are writing will make me feel as though I were in that time and place. I have enjoyed meeting you through the beauty of words.

Thanks again,
I loved, loved, Pieta. If you would like to see it on my blog, the link is I gave your book ***** on Amazon. What happened to the father I didn't see coming. I did have trouble with the sculptored head falling on him. It's such a great book. I can't say enough. Now, I'm reading the poems.
I had a feeling that Pieta was based on personal experience.From conversations with friends and my own personal experience, I have noticed some common elements in the process of walking that final journey with a parent.I was able to pick up on some of those elements in your book. I didn't think Pieta was too short,it was probably just right, there is only so much you could say about a parent's passing.
Ballad of the Confessor sounds interesting. I would welcome the opportunity to read it if it is not too much trouble to send it to me. Thanks!-Joanie
Thank you for choosing me to read Pieta.You wrote very realistically of a person's journey through a parent's last days.Were you writing from experience?
Just wanted to let you know that Pieta arrived just before this weekend. I look forward to reading it. Thank you!
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