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Digest - 21 Jan 2000 to 22 Jan 2000 (#2000-22)

Sat, 22 Jan 2000

There are 7 messages totalling 171 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Another thought/question
  2. Subscription Help
  3. FK: The "Lost" Pro Novel (2)
  4. Lori Yates Midis?
  5. A question
  6. FK theme


Date:    Fri, 21 Jan 2000 21:42:16 -0000
From:    Barbara Vainio <bevainio@w.......>
Subject: Re: Another thought/question

Emily Lacey wrote:

> >If moonlight is actually the light from the sun reflected off the moon, how
> >can vampires walk in moonlight and not in sunlight? Isn't it all the same
> >light?
since, as far as I know anyway, we won't get a "moon burn" no matte how long
we stay out after dark, the things that fry vampires are proablbly related
to the smae things that burn us.



Date:    Fri, 21 Jan 2000 20:43:03 EST
From:    Engie1122@a.......
Subject: Subscription Help

I'm in the process of changing email addy and I can't remember how to
subscribe to this and the FK Fic list.  Can someone please help!




Date:    Fri, 21 Jan 2000 12:31:21 EST
From:    JeanG477@a.......
Subject: FK: The "Lost" Pro Novel

Posted with the Listowner's Permission:

Announcing a new FOREVER KNIGHT novel
 -- Publication date: May 2000.

Can a vampire atone for eight centuries of evil?  As a homicide detective for
the Toronto PD, Nick Knight strives to right the wrongs of his past, and with
the help of Dr. Natalie Lambert, seeks to regain his own lost humanity. The
apparent murder of a young devotee during services implicates a revival
evangelist and his flock, and the case poses new challenges for Nick: could a
faith healer possibly hold the secret of a cure for vampirism?  Or, as the
ancient master vampire LaCroix contends, is mortal faith nothing more than an
empty, hopeless sham?  It's a dilemma Nick and LaCroix have faced before --
in 1453, on the battlements of the besieged city of Constantinople...

"On Holy Ground" by Jean Graham was one of the FOREVER KNIGHT novels under
consideration by Berkley-Boulevard Books -- until the friendly folks at Sony
pulled the plug on any further FK media tie-ins.  It will be privately
published this May in a limited paperback edition, with proceeds benefiting
The Humane Society of the United States, Paralyzed Veterans of America, and
Help the Children.

Preview more of the novel at: http://members.aol.com/fk81kilo/hgcover.htm

Advance reservations for On Holy Ground can be made now by sending check or
money order to: Jean Graham, PO Box 00000, Xxxxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000.
                  From inside the USA: $8 + $2 shipping & handling
                  CANADA: $8 + $3 S&H (US funds only, please)
            OVERSEAS:  $8 + $6 Airmail shipping (US funds only, please)

Please help pass the word by forwarding this message to other FK fans,
mailing lists and news groups.  Or trade links with us!  Contact Jean at

  --Jean Graham


Date:    Sat, 22 Jan 2000 09:15:24 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Re: FK: The "Lost" Pro Novel

> "On Holy Ground" by Jean Graham was one of the FOREVER KNIGHT novels under
> consideration by Berkley-Boulevard Books -- until the friendly folks at Sony
> pulled the plug on any further FK media tie-ins.


Those.... those.... <kyer is searching for a word acceptable to the List
mores, yet expressive enough for how she feels.  She may burst from the
effort.>.... those CADS!!!  How could they *pull* something that was already
in the *works*?!  Aaargggrrrrr!

I'm getting my checkbook out right now.



Date:    Sat, 22 Jan 2000 09:23:22 -0700
From:    Kyer <kyer@p.......>
Subject: Lori Yates Midis?

Does anyone have a midi file of The Hunger, or Dark Side of The Glass?  A
regular search turned up only television show main themes.



Date:    Sat, 22 Jan 2000 11:47:47 EST
From:    Jlkerr1228@a.......
Subject: Re: A question

In a message dated 01/20/00 11:38:06 PM Pacific Standard Time,
KnghtWtch@a....... writes:

> Would someone please inform me as to the correct name of Nick's
>  foundation....is it....

Printed on the cover of the portfolio he burned, I seem to recall seeing 'The
Nicholas de Brabant Foundation.'

J L Kerr


Date:    Sat, 22 Jan 2000 12:51:44 EST
From:    Susankenn@a.......
Subject: FK theme

Hi All

I seem to remember way back when that there was a win95/98 FK theme out there
somewhere. I was wondering if anyone knew where one could pick it up.

Please reply off line to susankenn@a.......

Thanks in advance


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