J. E. Seymour
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  • Exeter, NH
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How do you choose a book to read?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Caroline Trippe Nov 28, 2010.


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J. E. Seymour replied to MC - Tina's discussion What are you watching in the way of mystery material?
"Just binge-watched Sherlock on Netflix, but they only had the first two seasons, and the third has just expired from PBS.  :-(  We also love Justified.  Just finished rewatching Breaking Bad.  Just started watching Lilyhammer,…"
J. E. Seymour replied to Dale Kutzera's discussion Short Crime Fiction
J. E. Seymour replied to L. A. Starks's discussion The author whose books you can't stop reading
"Elmore Leonard (Haven't read all his westerns, but all the crime) Lawrence Block (All but a few of the old ones, the porn) Donald Westlake (All including those written as Richard Stark) (Especially those written as Richard Stark!) J.K. Rowling…"
J. E. Seymour replied to David DeLee's discussion So, What's Everyone Working On
"For writing - finishing the edits on my second novel - Stress Fractures - which will be out from Barking Rain Press in July.  BRP will also release a second edition of my first novel - Lead Poisoning - in May.  All done with the edits on…"
Mar 28
J. E. Seymour replied to Dan L. Coleman's discussion WHY ONE WRITES
"I write because I need to write.  I can no sooner stop writing than stop breathing.  I have tried to quit, but always come back to it."
Sep 20, 2013
J. E. Seymour replied to iabanon's discussion Modern PI books?
"Lawrence Block's Matthew Scudder series is fabulous.  He's not your usual private detective.  Robert Parker's Spenser series is good, a more traditional private detective.  Both of these series are very long, with some…"
Sep 20, 2013
J. E. Seymour replied to Jed Power's discussion 1st & 3rd Person P. O. V. Novel?
"It is exceedingly well written.  You don't really notice the POV shifts, and I think they are separate chapters."
Sep 5, 2013
J. E. Seymour replied to Jed Power's discussion 1st & 3rd Person P. O. V. Novel?
"No Country for Old Men.  Read it."
Sep 3, 2013

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About Me:
Published author of crime fiction. Debut novel - "Lead Poisoning" was released by Mainly Murder Press November 1st, 2010. Second novel "Stress Fractures" will be released by Barking Rain Press in May of 2014, along with a second edition of "Lead Poisoning."
I Am A:
Reader, Writer, Librarian
Books And Authors I Like:
Lawrence Block, Elmore Leonard, Donald Westlake, Loren D. Estleman
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Sopranos, Indiana Jones, Goodfellas, No Country for Old Men

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At 2:54am on January 3, 2011, Margy Rydzynski said…
By the way, let me know if you ever have an event in the Boston area. It's not that far from New Hampshire and I'd gladly come to it!
At 2:52am on January 3, 2011, Margy Rydzynski said…
Thanks for your comments on my page. I've heard of Crimebake, but have never attended. Perhaps this year! Great to hear about your recent publishing ventures. I hope to follow that lead!
At 12:13am on January 16, 2010, Brian L Porter said…
Hi J.E. At midnight GMT, 'I was at #1 in authors, 'Legacy of the Ripper' was at #5 in Thrillers, and my children's book Tilly's Tale was #1 in children's and #1 in Artwork. The rankings have changed since because votes were still being placed after the closing time but P & E have assured me they saved the voting database at the allotted closing time and that votes placed after that time will not be counted. Well done on your short story's top ten performance.

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At 1:18pm on December 19, 2009, doug anderson said…
Pleased to meet you, J.E.
At 12:19am on October 12, 2009, RONALD FEASEL said…
At 5:52am on December 3, 2008, Eric Stone said…
Ben's a good speaker and a good guy. Sorry I couldn't make it to Crimebake this year, sounds like fun.

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