on second thought... (fwd)
|From:||Irina Rempt <ira@...>|
|Date:||Monday, March 1, 1999, 20:15|
Even though this seems a reply from me to myself, I'm actually
replying to what Josh asked me to post for him.
> Hey, cool... you've evidently put a *lot* of work into this place (i.e.
> Valdyas, and also the web page); you really could write a novel with this
It started out as a novel actually, but the background became more
important and I found a book already written by someone else that was
very much what I wanted to write (Deryni Rising by Katherine Kurtz)
so I concentrated on the world. There are short stories, though;
they're all in Dutch, but I know that some of you can read that.
> I for one would be interested in your old pages for Valdyan, even if they're
> in Dutch -- in fact especially if they're in Dutch :-)
They're not "pages" as such, but my own notes, and the grammar (not
the Valdyas grammar, but the description of it) is no good, so I'm
not letting anyone read it till I've reworked it; and if I'm
reworking it anyway it's little trouble to do it in English.
> > The longest text I ever wrote in Valdyan is the story of Grandpa and
> > the Dragon, but I haven't had time to translate it into English yet
> > (it's now in Valdyan and Dutch).
> Upload it! Is it digitalized already or do you have it only on paper?
I'm about to upload it; I made it into Valdyan-and-English and HTML
this afternoon. No glosses yet, but who knows what I'll have time
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