X-Message-Number: 13211
Date: Sun, 06 Feb 2000 12:17:14 -0500
From: david pizer <>
Subject: Re: CryoNet #13202 - #13208

Dave responds to John Grigg

>Message #13202
>From: "john grigg" <>
>Subject: Congratulations to Dave Pizer!
>Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2000 03:04:44 PST
>I just wanted to say how happy I am for Dave Pizer!  I hope his novel, 
>"Ralph's Journey" is a huge success.  I will have to order a copy from my 
>local Barnes & Noble store when in three weeks it becomes available. 

Thank you very much for your comments.  It has taken 15 years and a lot of
help from Steve Harris and Mike Perry to get this novel into the spendid
condition it is now.  Fop those who havn't read this NEW version, I think
you will be VERY pleased.

One reason I have worked so hard is that (as often mentioned on Cryonet)
the emotional approach just might be the one that works.  I agree.  I
noticed in the last issues of "Cryonics" magazine a lot of fiction with the
same idea that fiction might touch the emotions, so at least some others
agree with me.

> I hope 
>the all the cryonics/transhuman website managers put his book on their 
>recommended lists.

This is also my hope.  I am willing to send a free autographed copy to any
cryonics/transhuman website manager who will put a review on their web.
The review can be pro or con - there is no obligation to say nice things if
you don't like it.  I am betting each cryonics/transhuman reader will like
the book.

I also hold the same offer to any cryonicist/transhuman that can post a
review on any web that is appropriate.

>  So when does the movie version come out? :) 

I am negotiating for that now.  There are no guarantees that they will
accept it.  I can't say more yet.

> I don't 
>know about the title though, how about instead.. "Ralph Rogers in the 25th 
>Century!"  Now that is catchy!

Right on!

>John Grigg
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I am trying to arrange book signings in Arizona book stores.  Mike Perry if
you read this, would you be able to attend with me?

Any help on how to promote this novel is appreciated.  I am willing to hire
a  person (for a fee) to set up a web site for the novel.  Anyone with that
expertise who is interested please contact me.

Thanks again.

Dave Pizer

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