A big thank you for supporting The Virginian Weblog and taking the number of visitors to over 100,000.
Published work in U.S.A. for McFarland & Co. Inc. :
A History of Television’s The Virginian 1962-1971 (2006, 2009 Softcover edition)
Pete Duel : A Biography (2007, 2009 Large Print edition; Kindle edition)
Encyclopedia of Weird Westerns (2009)
Jennifer Jones : Life and Films (2011)
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14 thoughts on “100,000 and counting…”
That’s great, Paul. Happy to oblige!
Congratulations, Paul. I look in every day!
Thanks Vicky and Bob. 🙂
Congratulations, Paul, I’m a regular visitor to your weblog and I find it a very helpful supplement to your excellent Virginian book.
Paul, I had know idea you posted all of these updates…count on me to check in regular!! I got my Kindle version of the book and am absolutely thrilled with it!! As the Docs gave me 3 to 6months to live (Cancer) one of my wishes is to meet you and James Drury. The Virginian has given me lots to think about during the long days. Thank you again for the hard work you put in!!
I’m very sorry to hear about your health Mike. Glad you’re pleased with the Kindle version. Sadly I haven’t been invited to any conventions but you can see James Drury every month at one venue or another. I sincerely you get your wish of meeting him.
Paul. If i get to go I will ask that they invite you! I am surprised but most likely an oversight!
Thanks Mike. 🙂
Paul, this most recent format change of your blog makes it hard to see new comments. You used to have links to the 5 “most recent comments” over at the side near the top of the blog. Now they’re all the way at the bottom. I have to keep scrolling down to get to them while the page is loading. I have to wait until the entire blog (several years worth of entries) is loaded before I can access the recent comments.
Thanks for telling me Bob. I’ll try and fix it or change the format.
Thanks so much. I had the same problem the last couple days. When it was back to the old way this morning, I thought maybe it was just because I was using a different computer. It is much easier to keep up to date this way.
My wife and I watch the Viginian almost every day and thanks to the dvr on our dish system, we watch em all mostly with no commercials. We like all iterations of Shiloh owners but naturally have our favorite but love them all.