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Hometown:
Kingsport, Tennessee
About Me:
I enjoy meeting new people - learning new things & spending time with family & friends! Pancakes at 3am, french fries for breakfast, dropping everything & taking off to the Smokies for a few hours - disco nite with my daughter..(seeing her hamming it up & jammin to those old disco tunes...well, it's awesome!) I'm honest, true-blue & old school - raised by my grandparents - I believe strongly in what my youngin' refers to as the "old ways" - for example: I say what i mean, mean what I say - & I walk the talk. If that's old school...well count me in!
I love books! I can't imagine my life without 'em. My Mother shared her love of reading with me when I was very young...for which I am so very thankful!
I Am A:
Reader, Critic
Website:
http://rjscafe.wordpress.com
Books And Authors I Like:
James Patterson, Tim Hallinan, Nelson DeMille, Ted Dekker, Joe Finder, Jeff Deaver, Nicholas Sparks, John Grogan, Dan Simmons, Judy Blume, Dr. Seuss, Robert Liparulo
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Investigative Reports, TruTV, Biographies, History, Murder By the Book,

I have yet to meet a book I didn't like....

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Hello friends and fellow crime/suspense lovers!



It's been far too long since I've been in the neighborhood-- so long I feel more like a newbie, than an old foggie. :)

I have missed hanging out in this thriving community, reading lots of great books and meeting wonderful people. I just wanted to let everyone know that I'm back and I look forward to getting back into the swing of things... Slowly but surely things are…

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Posted on October 22, 2007 at 7:00pm

Interviews

I will take the hot seat for my first every interview, on Friday, June 1st. I hope everyone will drop by BlogWriters Network and say Hi. Click here to visit my page. The interview will be conducted in the forum section. If you haven't set up a profile page - please do so, it will only take a few minutes.



Saturday Morning - First time novelist, Cheryl…

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Posted on May 31, 2007 at 2:30pm

Everyone Should Read This - True Crime!



Don't Just Sit There: A true account

of a frightening experience and a self-help book for women

by L.A. Wilson

ISBN: 0-595-18045-0

$15.95 U.S./$25.95 CANADA

Writers Club Press an imprint of iUniverse.com, Inc

www.iuniverse.com…

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Posted on April 29, 2007 at 1:00am

Review: The Blue Zone by Andrew Gross

The Blue Zone by Andrew Gross

The Blue Zone

Andrew Gross

Fiction $25.95 ($32.95 Canada)

ISBN 13: 978-0-06-114340-3

ISBN 10: 0-06-114340-5

William Morrow an Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers

www.harpercollins.com

www.andrewgrossbooks.com

Also available on CD from Harper Audio

Family secrets, skeletons in the closet, would you…

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Posted on April 7, 2007 at 5:06am

Open a book.............

Discover a whole new world!

Posted on March 24, 2007 at 10:38am

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At 8:52am on February 14, 2008, Timothy Hallinan said…
RJ --

Great looking page. If that's really your room with those wonderful bookcases, I have a serious case of envy in development.

Tim
At 4:00am on January 7, 2008, Rick Mofina said…
Hi RJ
Happy reading.
At 7:11am on November 9, 2007, JANE PADRUTT said…
Thanks for stopping by again. I see you changed your page and I have to say I love the bookshelf picture.
Regards,
Jane
At 2:16am on November 2, 2007, Joseph Finder said…
Glad you enjoyed POWER PLAY, RJ! Thanks for the kind words, and as for a movie deal ... well, if everyone goes on strike, no one will be making any movie deals for a while...
At 7:52am on October 24, 2007, Linda L. Richards said…
Nice to meet you, RJ! (Love the bio image!)
At 4:45am on October 24, 2007, John Morgan Wilson said…
Not sure what you mean by "Dexter books," unless you're referring to novelizations from the TV series. Wasn't aware they were doing that. Anyway, nice to meet you.
At 6:33am on May 23, 2007, JANE PADRUTT said…
Hi, thanks for inviting me. I only wish I had something for you to review! It would help if I could stop reading long enough to write something! Your dog pictures are adorable.
At 12:52am on May 2, 2007, Bill Kirton said…
Hi RJ,

Thanks for the invitation. It's always seemed to me (without getting too heavy) that reviewing confirms that the whole business of reading is a collaboration between reader and writer. Both bring something to the fiction, both create the characters and settings. Uhoh - getting heavy. Better stop and eat some chocolate.
At 6:16pm on April 24, 2007, Breanda Cross said…
RJ, Thank you for contacting me. I like your profile, and choice of books and shows. I too enjoy true crime, which is why I write faction (Thank God for Truman Capote!). I was inspired to write my very Aussie unresolved murder story of 1935 because at the time the crime was reported as being "so professional, it must have been done by an American mobster." Now you Americans can keep your Al Capones and Bugsy Malones, (who were pussycats compared to our Razorgangs). You can even take our Ugg boots, (and our Vegemite), but we'll keep our own high profile killers thankyou. What would our history books be without them?
At 5:19pm on April 24, 2007, a g bennett said…
Hi! I would have agree with the others and say it is a very nice-looking puppy.
I keep a large amount of goldfish in a 160 litre pond in our front yard. I have had them for years now and they are beginning to eat me out of house and home.
 
 
 

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