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Don Anderson's Discussions

Edgar Awards Announced
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Naomi Hirahara May 5, 2008.

Are you sure you want to be a writer?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Loretta Wheeler Apr 24, 2008.

Gischler joins Swierczynski?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Johnny Ostentatious Mar 12, 2008.

 

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Hometown:
Oak Harbor, WA
About Me:
Mid-fifties. Attorney. Married.
I Am A:
Reader
Books And Authors I Like:
George Pelecanos, Michael Connelly, Megan Abbott, Daniel Woodrell, Charlie Huston, Dave Zeltserman, Ken Bruen, Charlie Stella, Jason Starr, Duane Swierczynski, Don Winslow, Dennis Lehane, Adrian McKinty, Allan Guthrie.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
The Wire, No Country for Old Men, Bood Simple, A History of Violence, Scarface.

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At 3:02am on February 2, 2009, Dave Zeltserman said…
Thanks, Don--I saw the note and just commented on it. In all honesty, I've gotten your same reaction so far from all my early readers, my editor, my publisher, and everyone I know who's read it. The book's probably not going to get a lot of marketing behind it in the US, but I think people who find it are going to really like it (or be horrified by it).
At 5:50am on February 13, 2008, Allan E. Ansorge said…
Gee Don you look very familiar have you ever done commercials for investment firms?
At 1:38pm on December 18, 2007, Sarah M. Chen said…
Thanks for the invite Don. I see we share similar taste in writers. Just met Megan Abbott the other day at the bookstore where I work. She's such a cute petite little thing -although she probably hates being called that. And Charlie Huston is a common sight at our store - love him!
At 7:36am on July 2, 2007, Declan Burke said…
Hi Don (again!) - sent you a mail / comment there about your new novel Ladykiller, which may have come as some surprise to you ... apologies, confusion reigns. Normal service will be resumed as soon as I get my head out of my fundament ... re: Quinn - really glad you liked it, and I can't understand why Seamus Smyth wasn't a big success in the US with it ... Cheers, Dec
At 5:27am on July 2, 2007, Declan Burke said…
Hi Don -

Thanks for dropping by my space ... glad you liked Quinn, it's not everyone's cup of tea but I think the narrative voice is so strong it grips you within a few pages.

I see we have Bruen, Pelecanos, Starr and McKinty in common, bookshelves-wise ... I'm reading The Dead Yard at the moment, just started last night ... I think the guy's a powerful writer, with a rare touch of authenticity. As a reader, I love him ... as a wannabe writer, I hate him. Which is a compliment of sorts ...

Thanks again for dropping by and making me feel welcome, I really appreciate it.

Cheers,

Dec
At 1:34am on June 9, 2007, Sarah Wisseman said…
Don, the U. of Illinois and the surrounding towns are great places to live and work. I now feel "almost" like a native, although i grew up in Massachusetts.
At 1:15pm on May 4, 2007, J.D. Rhoades said…
Thanks for the good words, Don!
At 9:52am on April 30, 2007, Brian Thornton said…
Hi Don-

I received your message and tried to respond, but it keeps bouncing back to me. Got an alternate email address?

Best-

Brian
At 7:28am on April 10, 2007, Dianne Day said…
OK but Whoooooooooooo are you really?
At 5:43pm on April 9, 2007, Andrea Campbell said…
Okay, okay, I get it.

The mouse morphed into Sam Waterston, one of my favorite curmudgeons. I can't wait to see who you become next week.
 
 
 

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