Response to Nancy Silk and all other inquiring minds...
- Clive Cussler has not seen SAHARA. Unfortunately, a few days before
the red carpet premiere, I'm now free to let you know, Clive had
quintuple bypass surgery. During the course of the surgery he also
had a collapsed lung. Even 'though Clive denies it, I have always
thought he was "Clark Kent" to Dirk Pitt's (R) "Super Man". Well,
Clive is now Super Man! In spite of the complications, he is doing
well; sounding stronger every day and hopefully will be back to his
old self within six months or a year. Because, as you can imagine,
this is a very serious surgery, Clive cannot get out in public for a
while and be exposed to germs. However, that said, because of the
SAHARA lawsuit, I do not think Clive was planning to see the film.
No, Nancy, from our conversations, even 'though he has not seen the
film, he is not as disappointed with SAHARA as he was with RAISE THE
TITANIC which was pretty much awful from start to finish--the only
thing Clive really liked about that film was the score! Just the
fact that new fans are already buying his books in several languages
and that the film is doing so well at the Box Office should be
encouraging to him. Since the only firm I represent who has the
slightest tie in to SAHARA is DOXA Watches, I do not know how saying
that I personally enjoyed the film means that I am "just" being a
flack. There are some who feel I should not participate in these
forums as a fan--which I have been since 1982--which is why I do not
go to the Simon & Schuster site. However, when things show up in my
mail box there are times I must respond. Thank you, Nancy, for your
civility and what appears to be your genuine concern for Clive
Cussler, the man. I feel exactly the same. Cheers!
- Carolena.... let me say as the found and cheif of this group, your opinion and news is
always welcome here... THANKS FOR THE INPUT!
--- In email@example.com, carolena5214 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
Since the only firm I represent who has the
> slightest tie in to SAHARA is DOXA Watches, I do not know how saying
> that I personally enjoyed the film means that I am "just" being a
> flack. There are some who feel I should not participate in these
> forums as a fan--which I have been since 1982--which is why I do not
> go to the Simon & Schuster site. However, when things show up in my
> mail box there are times I must respond....