Prabal Nandy (nandy@U.Arizona.EDU)
Sat, 19 Dec 1998 12:57:08 -0700 (MST)
> Mechastorm'. When I get it published (and if you read it , hint hint) it'll be
Are you going to get it published? And with whom? (Just out of
> blindingly obvious that I got most of the ideas from Gundam, Starship Troopers
> and Yamato.
> I have drawn several pictures of the Mountain Climbers, seventy-five foot
That's what you called your robots?
> -_-*) But anyway, I'm proud of it, but I was kind of hoping someone would read
> it and give me some feedback, someone who knows about giant robots and stuff.
> roughly 200 pages). The only problem I'm having is that shorter books aren't
> really liked at the publishing company, but I notice that people enjoy shorter
> books because they can remember more information. (I know with the Stephen
The easy way out is to publish several short stories in magazines, etc,
and then put together a 'collection' novel!
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