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Old 11-16-2012, 08:59 AM
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Hi Don,

I hope you are feeling much better soon and are able to take a good long rest to re-charge your batteries.

It is always good to read your posts and I hope you will continue to look in on casebook now and then?

God bless you.

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Hello Don,

This is bad news indeed. Worse than bad, since it's for health reasons and not because you'd rather run away to the Seychelles and become a beachcomber than remain a magazine editor. Take good care of yourself, regain your full health and come back to Ripperworld with a new magazine, a non-fiction book or that detective story you've long had in the back burner. We'll be waiting.

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Hi Don,

I'm so sorry you are unwell and that you are forced to finish publishing the 'New Independent Review'.

We all wish you a speedy recovery.

Thinking of you.
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Hi Don


I hope you will conquer your health problem and return with your magazine restarted and ready to slip back into the groove. You are a much valued member of the boards.

Robert
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So sorry to hear of your health problems Don---keep your chin up-----knowing you you are pretty resilient and the NIR will soon be rolling again---you take care meanwhile
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sorry to hear that you are not very well. I hope this is only a passing illness and you will be well again soon.
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To all:

Thank you so much for your kind wishes concerning my health and the kind words about New Independent Review. More than you might imagine, I am full of hope that I may soon again be back editing and writing. Do remember, though, that a magazine is a collaborative effort and any success NIR achieved was thanks to its dedicated staff and the many wonderful contributors.

Thanks again.

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It is with a double dose of sadness that I must stop production of the New Independent Review for health reasons. It was something I enjoyed, both editing and often writing reams of copy for an issue, but I must face the fact that it is no longer possible, at least for now. I am not very sanguine about resuming publication at a later date, but as the glib phrase implores, "never say never."

I thank all my the contributors and the many others who encouraged the new venture, especially assistant editor Velma Southerland who was a tower of strength throughout. We had some darn good articles and features and were definitely headed in the right direction.

Anyway, I better not write more at the moment about NIR, lest I get choked up. But again, thanks to all who were a part of the magazine.

Don Souden.
Thank you, Don. You are far too kind for my little contribution. It was a pleasure for me.

All the best, always.

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