Hello friends

Paul_Lee
2nd May 2008, 12:30
Hi everyone,
I'm new here so I thought I'd poke my head above the parapet and say hello!

With best wishes

Paul

fred henderson
2nd May 2008, 12:44
A warm welcome Paul. I hope that you will enjoy your membership and participate in the debates and activities of the site.

Fred(Thumb)

non descript
2nd May 2008, 12:52
Paul, A warm welcome to you. Thank you for joining the community; enjoy the site and all it has to offer, and we very much look forward to your postings in due course. Bon Voyage

Peter4447
2nd May 2008, 13:37
A warm welcome from Glorious Devon Paul
Peter4447(Thumb)

Paul_Lee
2nd May 2008, 13:38
Thanks my friends!

Bruce Carson
2nd May 2008, 14:07
Paul, from Michigan, a warm welcome to our site.
I think you'll enjoy what we have to offer--make yourself at home and join in our friendly discussions.

Bruce

K urgess
2nd May 2008, 14:27
Welcome to the crew, Paul.
As an author you should have some tales to tell.
Find your way around the ship, join in and enjoy the voyage.

Paul_Lee
2nd May 2008, 15:55
Thanks Marconia Sahib! My first book is about the Titanic/Californian debacle; it took a mountain of work and research to get it in the shape it is today. I'd like to mention it in the books section, but I would feel a bit mean about self-publicising myself and my work.

Dave Wilson
2nd May 2008, 16:19
Hi everyone,
I'm new here so I thought I'd poke my head above the parapet and say hello!

With best wishes

Paul

Paul,
Welcome. You might apply your writings talent to the 'Derbyshire' as I believe a fresh approach to that disaster might be welcome.

Dave

Paul_Lee
2nd May 2008, 16:21
I'd be keen to try my hand at anything! I love researching and collating information; writing it all up is a bit of a chore. Still, if anything, my book has
developed my skills in drawing nautical charts and simple pictures!

Dave Wilson
2nd May 2008, 16:36
Paul,
Go to Forums and navigate down to Bulk Carriers and thence to 'Derbyshire'.
Plenty there for you to get to grips with. Forget the technical stuff that's just a 'smoke screen'

Dave

Paul_Lee
2nd May 2008, 16:41
Ok, I'll have a meander through those very pages!

With best wishes

Paul

benjidog
3rd May 2008, 00:00
Welcome from Lancashire.

I hope you enjoy the site. I wish you good luck with your writing.

Don't ignore the technical stuff in your research and writing though - this is very bad advice indeed! Unless of course you want to add to the mountain of sloppy, badly researched crap that is on the bookshelves already.

Regards,

Brian