Robert K. Foster
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Hometown:
East Dennis, MA
About Me:
I am the Editor-In-Chief of the online webzine NEFARIOUS - Tales of Mystery. I'm also an amateur photographer, digital artist and web designer.
I Am A:
Reader, Writer, Publisher, Editor
Website:
http://www.nefarious-tales.com
Books And Authors I Like:
Agatha Christie, Raymond Chandler, Ian Fleming.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
Most films made before 1950. Stargate SG1, The Dresden Files.

Welcome to my Crimespace page...

I've never been to Paris, France but I was experimenting with the themes available on the site and just liked this one. Actually, I've never been to Europe as an adult but the first place I'd like to visit is London, England -- mostly because of the lower language barrier.


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Please click on the icon to the left to visit my personal image/photoblog "Seer's Eye Journal" or use the RSS feed that lists each entry and appears on this page at the bottom, or on the left, or... I guess it's a game of some kind. :)


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(Crosspost) So, about this "social networking" thing...

[ I posted this over at Book Place also but thought I'd post it here as well. ]



I came to Book Place by way of Crimespace which was the first "social network" that I decided to join. With Crimespace I saw the point, I'm an editor of an online e-zine of crime fiction. Ditto with Book Place as I'm a hopeless collector of books.



I've spent a lot of time adding new "friends" as the requests come in. I try to check out each member page as I go to get some idea of who…

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Posted on May 23, 2007 at 7:03am — 2 Comments

God... Crime... space... (Ning)... is... sooooo... slow...

God... Crime... space... (Ning)... is... sooooo... slow... I... feel... like... I'm... back... to... the... days... of... dialup!... It... must... be... those... Google... ads... messing... with... my... web... browser.... Got... to... accept... more... friends.... Can't... click... the... button.... Must... have... patience.... Don't... switch... to... another... task.... must... can't... arrrrtgh............

Posted on May 2, 2007 at 8:30am

Saying Hello to this new space.

I just happened across Crimespace in my web surfing today and decided straight away to join up. I'm very impressed by the "Ning" technology behind this site and it looks quite cool. I'm still looking around at the other content and member areas on the site so I don't have much else to say just now but here's a quick Hello.

Posted on April 19, 2007 at 6:32am

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At 7:19am on February 7, 2011, Mark Porter said…

Hi Robert. Pretty new arounhere myself but everyone seems very welcoming.

 

Take care, Mark

At 5:37am on November 24, 2008, Sylvia Hubbard said…
i'd love to have you as a guest blogger at my site michigan murder and mayhem
At 8:40am on June 26, 2007, Robert K. Foster said…
Tom, thanks for the advance info on London. I kind of figured it would be something like New York, just different accents. :) I'd probably only be able to manage the 5-day, round-trip, whirlwind tour sort of thing anyway. I've always wanted to see Stonehenge though...
At 8:03pm on June 25, 2007, Tom Cain said…
Thanks for the invite and delighted to accept. Enjoy your trip to London, but be warned, it is now an amazing but barely British city. It's now the most international city in the world - just the number of French, alone, makes it the sixth biggest city in France! - all the way from impoverished Bangladeshi and Somali asylum seekers to Russian billionaires, and everything in between. It's like New York, in the sense of not really bearing much resemblance to the country around it ... also the dollar/Sterling exchange rate will blow your mind. I mean, a Tube (subway) ride is 8 bucks! But if you have lots, and lots, and lots of money, it's just about the most dynamic, creative, filthy, polyglot, totalitarian (those CCTV cameras are everywhere and you ARE being watched) place on the planet.

Personally, I've moved to the country!
At 5:45am on April 27, 2007, Robert K. Foster said…
I still have to go back and finish my catalogue of stories that appeared in back issues but the (eventual) full list is at:
http://www.nefarious-tales.com/index.php?/mystery/morgue/
At 5:21pm on April 25, 2007, Jochem van der Steen said…
Hi RK,

Yeah... I had a story on Nefarious in its previous incarnation, Street Theater it was called. I think it was the second Noah Milano story ever published.

Greets,
Jochem
At 9:07am on April 22, 2007, Robert K. Foster said…
Thanks LaTanya. I find that something I want to write about will come back in other words if I don't get it down the first time. Sometimes that's a good thing. :)
At 4:00am on April 21, 2007, LaTanya Pattillo said…
Robert-
Thanks for the chat and love the web site. Thank goodness the words come back!
At 3:50am on April 20, 2007, Robert K. Foster said…
Thanks Patricia for the welcome. What's that picture of you with the three "Bobbies" in London?
At 1:53am on April 20, 2007, Robert K. Foster said…
Hey BJ. Thanks for the chatter. I think NEFARIOUS is getting to the point now where I can concentrate more on the content than the web design. But there always seems to be more to do. :)
 
 
 

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