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  • Firebird: I try to keep an eye out for this sorta thing, since I haven't hung out at GP much lately, I try to post news worth noting. sortableturnip: @Firebird: They'll blame the video games for that one.

    GamePolitics News

  • I did break the stock on the 30-378, (fixed with super glue) but the 7.21 Lazzeroni Firebird is still perfect.

    Sako m995 30-06

  • Firebird is set in Kansas, but, as is evident from the number of sales to foreign publishers, it has an international appeal.

    Janice Graham - An interview with author

  • If Firebird is made into a film, I would go back and make changes to the screenplay, but right now my attachment is to the book and to writing my next novel.

    Janice Graham - An interview with author

  • Much better than the cheesy 3rd gen Firebird from the original.

    September 2008

  • Eventually, he set out on his own, importing British books under the name Firebird Distribution.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • I know Firebird is reprinting ECSTASIA and PRIMAVERA, so I may reread those, which are from her earlier period ...

    Breakfast in Bed

  • As he says, things like that remind us how Mozilla Firebird is much better than Internet Explorer.

    Reflective Surface - Archives: 2003 August

  • Firebird is a novel that richly articulates the enduring possibilities of love; it is a novel impossible to forget.

    Firebird: Summary and book reviews of Firebird by Janice Graham.

  • Janice Graham's Firebird is an extraordinarily accomplished first novel that will be published around the world and has been named a main selection of the Literary Guild, already marking this as one of the most noteworthy debuts of 1998 and assuring Graham a brilliant future as a greatly beloved storyteller.

    Firebird: Summary and book reviews of Firebird by Janice Graham.

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