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Better to be here than in jail
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Hi everyone. Great site. Glad I've been allowed in. Please. Don't anyone tell my parole officer.Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Conrad Johnson Nov 1, 2012.

 

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"Hello, Am Pamilar, I really want to have a good friendship with you. i have something special i want to discuses with you. You can get back to me, directly to my e-mail. frpamilar@yahoo.co.uk"
Jan 12, 2013
Conrad Johnson replied to Brian Hoffman's discussion As a writer...
"What? What?"
Nov 13, 2012
Conrad Johnson replied to Brian Hoffman's discussion As a writer...
"Studied to have become a plumber or auto mechanic instead."
Nov 11, 2012
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Conrad Johnson replied to James E Stanton's discussion Help! I need advice on book promotion.
"You can always do what John Locke did and pay somebody to write 300 fake reviews for you."
Nov 1, 2012
Conrad Johnson replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"Whoa. Top comment for sure, C.M. I tell cyberscam women (?) that I lost my genitals in the war and they leave me alone after that."
Nov 1, 2012
C.M. Albrecht replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"I just saw an old Lon Chaney and Joan Crawford silent. To evade John Law, he hid in a circus and pretended to be an armless man. Did a great job too without FX and could even light cigarets with his feet and everything. But his fate was worse than…"
Nov 1, 2012
Conrad Johnson replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"Maybe I am him working undercover."
Nov 1, 2012
Jack Getze replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"You're lucky Lee Lofland isn't a CS member. He might turn you in."
Nov 1, 2012
Conrad Johnson replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"Just because you're paranoid it doesn't mean they're not out to get you."
Nov 1, 2012
Brian Hoffman replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"Captain Renault: Realizing the importance of the case, my men are rounding up twice the usual number of suspects."
Nov 1, 2012
Conrad Johnson replied to I. J. Parker's discussion Telling it the way it is!
"What Jude says. I spend months writing novels that barely sell because everybody is writing the same thing and I don't have an established platform yet. However, I spent one afternoon writing a 32 page pamphlet about how to get free money from…"
Nov 1, 2012
Robert Hart replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"mm-okay. but you have to bring your own bullets."
Nov 1, 2012
Conrad Johnson replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"Whatever you say, girlie man troll."
Oct 31, 2012
Dana King replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"I got your fantasy right here, CJ."
Oct 31, 2012
Conrad Johnson replied to Conrad Johnson's discussion Better to be here than in jail
"Ha ha. I never said that I was. And I'm just as innocent as anyone else who is."
Oct 31, 2012

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Hometown:
Detroit
About Me:
I grew up in Detroit city. Not the suburbs. I made it out alive and everyday since then has been gravy.
I Am A:
Reader, Writer, Publisher, Editor, Critic
Website:
http://johnbyk.blogspot.com
Books And Authors I Like:
Dennis Lehane, Elmore Leonard, Gamal Hennessy, Anonymous-9, Cormac McCarthy, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Rebecca Forster.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Saint John of Las Vegas, Adaptation, You Kill Me, The Salton Sea, Kill Me Again

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Detective Fiction: The Devil is in the Details

Ever since Edgar Allan Poe wrote "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" in 1841, starting a new trend in fiction, countless readers have enjoyed stories of unsolved crime. From Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to contemporary authors such as Cormac McCarthy and Walter Mosley, detective, or crime fiction, has evolved in technique and style, but can it truly be labeled a genre?

Northrop Frye explained the difficulty of defining genres. He claimed that "the basis of generic distinctions in…

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At 11:16pm on January 12, 2013, pamilar said…

Hello, Am Pamilar, I really want to have a good friendship with you. i have something special i want to discuses with you. You can get back to me, directly to my e-mail. frpamilar@yahoo.co.uk

 
 
 

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