Sally Reno

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Robert Vaughan – Dec 08, 2012

Sally, thanks a ton for your lovely comments on "What Some Boys Do."

Sally Reno – Oct 02, 2012

How exciting to be moving Foster. Loved Happy Hour.

Foster Trecost – Oct 02, 2012

Hi Sally, sorry for the late thank-you, but I haven't forgotten. Moved to Germany, so I've been a bit busy. Anyway, thanks for the read and comment on Happy Hour - much appreciated. fos.

Roz Warren – Sep 09, 2012

Sally thanks so much for your comments about How To Become A Great Writer. Glad to be on your radar. Glad you're now on mine.

Mary Lane – Sep 09, 2012

Sally! No, thank you! It means so much that the piece is being received so well here. Thank you, thank you.

Sally Reno – Aug 17, 2012

Thanks, Larissa. The churchladies were so thrilled they peed a ring around themselves.

Sally Reno – Aug 16, 2012

You're more than welcome Bill. I loved it.

Bill Yarrow – Aug 14, 2012

Sally, thanks so much for faving "I Can Take Satan." I also really appreciate your comment and am pleased you like the poem. It was fun to write!

Larissa Shmailo – Aug 14, 2012

Sally, thanks a million for your comments on my reticent work. Please share with your churchladies at will! Hope we get to meet for real soon! Kind regards, Larissa

Sally Reno – Aug 14, 2012

Thank YOU Gloria

Gloria Garfunkel – Aug 14, 2012

Sally, thanks so much for your comment on Sapperstein.

Sally Reno – Aug 14, 2012

Nonono Ann, thank YOU, for your wonderful posts, for the M Illness group and for your invitation. I will repeat that I was thunderstruck when I read the Uncl./ant piece in Mad Hatter's....

Sally Reno – Aug 14, 2012

Enlightening? Thank you for that. I am told that according to external sources, female suicide rates in China are the highest in the world and 3x higher in rural areas. It has been posited that the rural rates are higher because of access to rat poison which urban females do not have. Sigh. But I liked 'Spaghetti Woman' very much.

Ann Bogle – Aug 14, 2012

Thanks, Sally, your comments are helpful and uplifting today on several of my stories, including WHAT with pi sign insertions. It's good to know you are one of the readers.

Gloria Garfunkel – Aug 13, 2012

Thank you for your enlightening comment on Spaghetti Woman.

Sally Reno – Aug 13, 2012

Nononono, thank YOU!

John Riley – Aug 13, 2012

Sally, thanks for the nice comment in "Three Stories of You." It made my day.

Sally Reno – Aug 09, 2012

Gloria-Ah! I meant only "the way things really work" as opposed to the random, linear surface of things we are asked to pledge allegiance to. But rather you are mapping such things as the utter lack of coincidence as a real event, the way that some possibilities depart while others gain muscle as we approach an event horizon, that it is often necessary to work through f and q in order to get from B to C. And so on....

Gloria Garfunkel – Aug 09, 2012

Sally, I loved your comment on Sucides Notes but what puzzled. What was the physics lesson?

Julie Britt – Mar 17, 2012


Wow. Thank you for your nice words about "Myrtle Beach Daze."

Julie Britt – Mar 17, 2012


And thanks for commenting on "Sex Ed With Barbie and GI Joe." I'm a little behind on my thank yous.

Julie Britt – Mar 17, 2012

Sally, Thanks for commenting on "Jesus Wept." I look forward to reading your work.

Matthew Robinson – Feb 21, 2012

Thank you for your comment on The Second Sun, Sally. Welcome to Fictionaut!

Sally Reno – Feb 21, 2012

Thank you so much, Linda. I'm loving it here. So much wonderful stuff to read from so many talented (and gracious!) folks.

Linda Simoni-Wastila – Feb 21, 2012

Sally, thanks so much for reading one of my favorite stories (Survivor) and commenting on my latest. Off to check out your stuff -- and a huge welcome to fictionaut. Peace...

Sally Reno – Feb 20, 2012

Thank YOU, Michael. I really enjoyed the lunch counter story. And yeah, I'm kind of a title freak...

Michael Gillan Maxwell – Feb 20, 2012

Hi Sally! Thank you so much for taking the time to read and comment on "Conversation at the Lunch Counter" I really appreciate it. Very interesting observation about the title and something I had not considered, but I will certainly do so now, and with other pieces in the future. Eye-opening observation and much appreciated!

Sally Reno – Feb 20, 2012

Wow! There is so much good shit to read around here. All y'all are amazingly talented!

Sally Reno – Feb 19, 2012

Nonono, thenk yew, Roberto.

Roberto C. Garcia – Feb 19, 2012

Thank you Sally for your amazing words about my work! It is appreciated.

Sally Reno – Feb 19, 2012

No Susan no bad.
Susan GOOD!

Susan Tepper – Feb 18, 2012

Hey Sally! I forgot to welcome you-- my bad! Welcome Sally!!!

Sally Reno – Feb 18, 2012

Thank you, David. So much good shit to read here, so many talented, gracious, clever kindred. I am some kind of whelmed.

Sally Reno – Feb 18, 2012

Thanks, Sally. A Sally Brigade...I like it. And I really needed that coffee!

Sally Reno – Feb 18, 2012

Bless thee, Bill. I adore Ferdinand's sort of word play and loved the bite of it. Multiple killer lines in a short piece.

Bill Yarrow – Feb 18, 2012

Welcome to Fictionaut, Sally! Thanks so much for faving "Ferdinand Gets Married." Wonderful comment! I look forward to getting to know your work.

Sally Houtman – Feb 18, 2012

Thanks so much for your kind comments on my "Porridge" story. And welcome to the neighborhood. Another Sally in the out y'all. Oh, and the coffee machine is down the hall, second door on the left.

David Ackley – Feb 18, 2012

Hey, Sally, thanks so much for your comment on my too-long-titled-to-repeat-here contest piece. Very kind of you to hunt it up. Welcome to the funhouse.

Sally Reno – Feb 16, 2012

Thanks, Robert. Happy to be here. Trying to get my bearings. Where's the coffee shop?

Robert Vaughan – Feb 16, 2012

Sally!!! Holy crap! Welcome to Fictionaut!

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