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Reply Gilbert Stack
4:32 PM on May 16, 2019 
I'm sorry, but I read an electronic copy. Have you tried https://www.abebooks.com? It's an online collection of used bookstores and I just searched for Tunnel Through Time there and the site says it has both softcover and hardcover copies. I hope this helps!
gilbert fou says...
Mr. Stack I am looking for the HARDBACK book tunnel through time by lester del ray you say you have read. where can I find the HARDBACK version of this book? you have it on goodreads.com thanks
Reply gilbert fou
3:53 PM on May 16, 2019 
Mr. Stack I am looking for the HARDBACK book tunnel through time by lester del ray you say you have read. where can I find the HARDBACK version of this book? you have it on goodreads.com thanks
Reply Gilbert Stack
5:52 PM on April 7, 2019 
Thanks for the suggestion! I'll give it a try.
Nota Bott says...
https://www.amazon.com/Star-Child-Places-Leonard-Petracci-ebook/
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Reply Nota Bott
4:33 PM on April 7, 2019 
Reply Nota Bott
4:32 PM on April 7, 2019 
Reply Gilbert Stack
9:11 PM on February 13, 2019 
Thanks, Kris! I really enjoyed your novel! It was hard to talk about the ending without giving everything away, but you totally surprised two or three times. It was very well done! And it was very cool of you to find a way to tell me I had screwed up the link. Thanks so much!

Kris Ashton says...
Hello Gilbert. Thank you very much for your literate and considered review of Invasion at Bald Eagle on Goodreads. I only wish they were all that well written!

Just FYI, there's a typo in the link to your site at the bottom of the review - a 't' is missing.

All the best,

Kris
Reply Kris Ashton
7:29 PM on February 13, 2019 
Hello Gilbert. Thank you very much for your literate and considered review of Invasion at Bald Eagle on Goodreads. I only wish they were all that well written!

Just FYI, there's a typo in the link to your site at the bottom of the review - a 't' is missing.

All the best,

Kris
Reply Will Hahn
11:17 AM on February 1, 2015 
Looking great Gil! I see you already have the Day in History page set up, maybe you could just elaborate it with Alleged Real World items for each of your genres. Modern Crime, Wild West, etc. Nice set-up overall. Best of luck!
Reply Gilbert Stack
8:33 PM on July 15, 2013 
Oh, and Hole in the Wall... That brings back the memories. I wonder how much money I spent there. It's been twenty-plus years since I've been there. I wonder if they still have that little index card with my store credit recorded on it?

I've written several comic scripts for a small company that hopes to start publishing electronically next year. It's amazing to watch your stories get brought to life graphically on the page...

Jim Plowman says...
Gilbert, glad to see you stuck with something you loved so much. I have vague memories of going by your house in High School and remembering your room being wall-to-wall books. I also remember that comic shop in Falls Church (Hole in the Wall?)...not sure if it's still there. What age group are your target readers? My kids are 13, 11 and 8 and would love to share these with them if appropriate. Best, Jim
Reply Gilbert Stack
8:23 PM on July 15, 2013 
Hi Jim, it's really good to hear from you again. Thanks for dropping by the site. My stories and novels fall into a range of age groups. The Pandora stories which were published in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine are definitely appropriate for your kids. My wife and I have read a couple to our own son. What Child Is This? is also definitely age appropriate. The Pembroke Steel stories are probably okay for your thirteen year old. I think of them as PG or PG13 rated. The novel Samaritan is violent but probably okay. (Again PG13) and the same for Panic Button which is creepy rather than violent. I hope this is helpful. It's hard to make these determinations for someone else's kids.

Jim Plowman says...
Gilbert, glad to see you stuck with something you loved so much. I have vague memories of going by your house in High School and remembering your room being wall-to-wall books. I also remember that comic shop in Falls Church (Hole in the Wall?)...not sure if it's still there. What age group are your target readers? My kids are 13, 11 and 8 and would love to share these with them if appropriate. Best, Jim