Marti Melville

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Reply Marti Melville
2:55 PM on November 1, 2010 
YES! Way to go Robin! Congratuations on providing the correct answer to October's question.

Robin Cummings Mlynar says...
To answer the October trivia question:

1) Ancient Celts celebrated the New Year on what date? Commonly celebrated October 31- November 1, it can also be celebrated on the date of first frost, or when the last of the harvest is in and the ground is dry enough to have a bonfire.

2) What did they call this holiday? Samhain, also spelled Samain, but can also be called Féile Moingfhinne.
Reply Robin Cummings Mlynar
4:50 PM on October 31, 2010 
To answer the October trivia question:

1) Ancient Celts celebrated the New Year on what date? Commonly celebrated October 31- November 1, it can also be celebrated on the date of first frost, or when the last of the harvest is in and the ground is dry enough to have a bonfire.

2) What did they call this holiday? Samhain, also spelled Samain, but can also be called Féile Moingfhinne.
Reply Anakin
11:40 AM on August 16, 2010 
I just finished the book and all I can say is WOW!!!! It has been a long time since a book has gripped me this way!!! My poor husband has been ignored the last three days as I read it *L*
Reply Marti
3:36 PM on July 25, 2010 
plubrerulse says...
I just wondering if anyone can recommend some good backlinks service. I just made my site and I need to get good rankings in google. What do you think which is best service for getting backlinks. I want to build many links and want to get it as cheap as possible. Thanks Jay.

Jay - email me directly and I will be able to better respond to your question above.

Marti
martimelville@gmail.com
BTW what do you think about this backlink service
Reply Marti Melville
12:28 PM on July 23, 2010 
Welcome MissKallie to the website! I'm so glad you joined us.
Reply Marti Melville
1:13 PM on June 27, 2010 
Michael Parent says...
Wow, I am so excited for you Marti, a person's dreams coming true begins with an idea, a spark that becomes so overwhelming that you cant stop yourself from taking all the right steps to get it there. I have friends from High School Choir who just signed record deals, drama friends who are now actors, and now an old work friend who became a published author. God bless America and my congratulations to you and your book; it's gonna be great!


Mike! So great to see you on here! Thank you for your kind words and support. I hope to make it out to Southern California this summer. Maybe we will cross paths?

Marti
Reply Michael Parent
1:01 PM on June 27, 2010 
Wow, I am so excited for you Marti, a person's dreams coming true begins with an idea, a spark that becomes so overwhelming that you cant stop yourself from taking all the right steps to get it there. I have friends from High School Choir who just signed record deals, drama friends who are now actors, and now an old work friend who became a published author. God bless America and my congratulations to you and your book; it's gonna be great!
Reply Deanna Jewel
12:38 AM on June 9, 2010 
Marti, you have a beautiful site! Please hop over to my blog site and add your site to the blog hop at the bottom. I'd love to see you listed there for my readers to hop to. If you'd like, there is also a code you can grab to add the hop to your blog and watch the hop grow!
Reply Marti Melville
4:12 PM on June 3, 2010 
John Kasody says...
you've a very beautiful website. i wish you all the best with your released book.

john

http://sunandsand.webs.com


Thank you John! I'm glad you stopped by.
Marti
Reply John Kasody
1:23 AM on June 2, 2010 
you've a very beautiful website. i wish you all the best with your released book.

john

http://sunandsand.webs.com

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