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12 Commentsto Contact

  1. Taryn Markle says:

    Hey Len! It’s Taryn from Shelby County High School! We skyped the other day about your book Scar Boys. You told me to check out your old band The Woofing Cookies and I can say that I have successfully listened to the entire album and I absolutely lately love the sound! We need to have a Woofing Cookies reunion after your book tour. I absolutely love it. Again, thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedule to Skype with us and it was great to talk with you! See ya!

    • Len Vlahos says:

      Hi Taryn — Sorry to be so late in responding, but somehow I missed that I had comments here! (D’oh!) Anyway, I had fund Skyping with you guys, and thanks for listening to Woofing Cookies… as you can imagine, we don’t get a whole lot of listeners these days. If I could ever convince the other guys, it would be a hoot to do a reunion. We did one in 2002 and had a blast. Thanks again!

  2. Brianna Winkler says:

    Hey there, it’s Bri from Broomfield! I’m sorry it took me so long to contact you, I’ve been swamped with tests and such, plus I began NaNoWriMo a little early so I’ve been trying to keep up with that. I really enjoyed reading The Scar Boys; it had the perfect amount of angst and self-realization. I look forward to reading Life In A Fishbowl as well 🙂 (By the way, great job with the self-insertion during the gig portion)

    • Len Vlahos says:

      Hi Bri — Sorry to be so ridiculously late in responding, but somehow I missed that I had new comments on the website! Thanks for reading TSB and thanks for posting a message. I hope NaNoWriMo went well…

  3. Diane says:

    Will Scar Girl come out in audiobook format?

  4. Scott Lewis says:

    Hey Len!
    All the best wishes on the book. And yea the Scar Boys would have been very welcomed on The Scott and Gary Show!

    Scott (of the Scott and Gary Show!)

  5. Jennifer Daddio says:

    Hi Len,

    My name is Jennifer Daddio and I am a young adult librarian at Valley Cottage Library in Valley Cottage, New York. I finished THE SCAR BOYS a few days ago and I loved it. I REALLY loved it. You captured what it was like to come of age in the 80s in Westchester/Putnam, with all of the awkwardness and pain that only adolescence can bring, as well as what it is like to love music above all else. This book reminded me of myself and so many others I grew up with. I can’t wait to recommend this book to kids at my library and have already told my husband (who is also a musician), that he has to read it. My hat is off to you. Thank you for writing one of my favorite books this year!

    With Kind Regards,

    Jennifer Daddio

    • Len Vlahos says:

      Hi Jennifer,

      Thank you so much! I did grow up in Yonkers, so was definitely a Westchester kid. (And my wife and I were living in Nyack when we got married.)

      I live in Stamford now, and since I’m relatively local, would be happy to meet with your students if you think it would be fun for them. I’ve done a lot of high school appearances for the book, and they’ve gone really well.

      Thanks again of the kind words… It means all the world.

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