Photo permission

27.03.2005


Hello.

I am the author of several books, one of which earned 5 stars from Midwest Book Review and was recently compared to bestseller #9 on Amazon.com in the US, The Da Vinci Code.

I am, within the next few years, intent on producing a book about family experiences. It is intended to be warm in tone, and I may require a picture of a Cloppenburg building in my book, and am thinking about using the kind of picture that you provide in http://62.225.42.75/wwwmasyware/fachwerk/upload/image/I989_3133_200481913531.jpg.

In exchange for your giving me the permission to use the photo if need be, I will give due credit to you/your association as you would like it written.

If you grant me permission, I would be most grateful.

Sincerely,


Lisa Ann Bargeman
Author of The Egyptian Origin of Christianity
www.egyptiantheology.com
--
"This book should be a welcome addition to the TO DO list of all (not yet satisfied) avid readers of the now famous 'The Da Vinci Code.'"
- The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities



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Hi Lisa,

Please contact Detlef Rohnstein; eMail: info@modellbau-quedlinburg.de.

Best regards

Bernd



Komisch...



Ich dachte immer The Da Vinci Code sei von Dan Brown....



@Frank



was recently compared to

Ihr Buch wird also mit dem von Dan Brown verglichen. Was wir "mit fremden Federn schmücken" titulieren, gilt anderswo als Ritterschlag ... . Andererseits, würde ich ein Buch schreiben, und es würde jemand so einen Vergleich ziehen, wäre ich auch froh darüber (oder auch stolz darauf).




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