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Nov022013

Write me a letter!

People often ask where they can write to me, and up to now I've had to refer them to my publisher, who forwards letters and things to me every so often. (I don't like giving out my home address, for obvious reasons.) But I finally got off my lazy tuckus and got myself a shiny new PO box, so now you can write to me much more easily, at:

2633 Lincoln Blvd., Loop 253

Santa Monica, CA 90405

I get a fair amount of mail, so it's tough for me to write back to everyone. But I will try, and I love getting letters from people. 

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Reader Comments (8)

i real amazed..after reading

November 7, 2013 | Unregistered Commenteronlinenewspoint

I just wanted to leave a comment to say how fantastic Miss Peregrine's is! I bought it earlier this evening and in one sitting, and about 4 lattes, have finished it. It completely sucks you in and is probably the best book I have read in a very, very long time. I plan on giving it to my sister tomorrow and I know she will have the same reaction! Utterly amazing!

November 10, 2013 | Unregistered Commentertara lane

Hello,
I just wanted to let you know we share the same hobby I collect old photographs of people I do not know. I think these photographs are beautiful I enjoy making up stories for the people in the photographs. Many people think my collection is strange, so I am comforted to hear that someone else enjoys what I do. Thank you for writing great books.


Kristcha

November 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKristcha

Hello Mr Riggs,

I found your book in a book store here in Germany. The cover told me: Buy me! I did. It took me 3 days to read it...I got a full time job so I dont have time 24 hours a day. I just LOVE your book. The pictures are like magic and you´ve written such a great story. I read there will be part 2 some day...I cant wait for it.
Thanks for the book!

I mentioned your book in my forum. Suggested the book to other people.

Susanne

November 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSusanne

I have to write you an email for a school book report project on the peculiar children's book. this is as close as I could get. I've read this book and I am not much of a reader. this book had me non stop reading. I could not put it down. I thought the intensity and the suspense of the book was great I just have a couple questions. What inspired you to write this book?
Where did you get the idea of such a great story. I hope you can write back. if you do thank you for your time.

November 25, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRansom Riggs

Ever think it was funny that your address has the word loop in it?... Just saying. lol.

December 2, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNate Williamson

Having just finished Miss Peregrine yesterday (and absolutely loving it!) I find it ironic and wonderful that your new address contains a "Loop". Or perhaps this was done intentionally? Either way, I'm very much looking forward to your next book.

December 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterNikisha

HI! I am a big fan of your Miss Peregrine book. I haven't read the second one yet. If you had Emma kill Jacob how would the rest of the book? I am a student at Mont Pleasant Middle School and my teacher Miss Bonheim and I both would like you to chat with our class on Skype. Our class time is from 11:14 A.M. to 12:02 P.M. please and thanks. Now personally I loved your book. The best part was when you revaled that Dr.Golan was actually a wight. A part I would add would be Jacob's father going through the loop and finding out Jacob was telling the truth. thanks
From your big fan,
Joseph Peat

January 24, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterJoseph Peat

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