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At 1:35pm on April 16, 2011, Tanis Mallow said…
Congratulations! Quite an honour!
At 11:35am on May 7, 2010, Meridith Lee said…
Reece - it was great to see and hear you at the book launch in SF's Book Passage. Bought the book and then had to finish it asap. What a page turner -- you've mastered the art of compelling the reader to go on to the next chapter -- you literally can't put the book down. The SF details are impeccable and the law firm politics ring true. The Insider is a must read.
At 7:58am on March 5, 2010, Meridith Lee said…
Reece - have been pestering the folks at M is for Mystery about your book launch. Understand it will be soon. Looking forward to seeing you again in the near future. Take care!
At 12:06am on February 17, 2010, Victoria Dougherty said…
Congrats on your book and thanks for the friendship. I lived in SF for years and loved it. It's still one of the top five cities in the country where to set a noir crime.
At 3:49am on February 14, 2010, John Antonsson said…
Well I guess the all the friend invites are parts of your marketing, anyways, an author who likes The Wire and Lehane can´t be ignored. That said, I will most definitely check out your novel if it makes it´s way to the Swedish stores.
At 3:49am on February 14, 2010, Mark Young said…
Thanks for the invitation, Reece. And congratulations on the novel coming out this year. By the way, I was a reporter for the Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek) many years ago before I entered law enforcement. Small world.
At 8:46am on January 7, 2010, Brian Kavanagh said…
Hi Reece, yes indeed in the thick of it. It was a great time and sadly our industry hasn't built on that enthusiasm. Editing is of course much different now with digital but to me it is really the time all the elements in a film come together. The editor's role has been reduced in many way, which I think is sad as many director's don't use the skills of an editor to compliment their work.
Cheers,
Brian
At 11:37pm on January 6, 2010, Jenna Turpington said…
Hi Reece, This is such a rich field of new and established authors as well as us readers.
(Couple on my list came up as gobbledygook.. J L Burke and James Ellroy. When I was joining up here, suddenly the blue moon come up perfectly circular in an extraordinary ox-blood colour. It rose up spectacularly from behind the hills of the Welsh coastline in mist-free clear sky for a while. When mists obscured it, carried on typing in the dusk, hit or missing the keyboard. Surreal too, in focussing on a whole train of crime/noir authors and TV shows much loved). Jenna
At 12:46pm on January 6, 2010, Stewart Sternberg said…
congratulations on your book. I will definitely check it out.
At 9:25pm on January 5, 2010, Pauline Rowson said…
Looks like you've been a busy boy with your invites! Best wishes, Pauline
At 6:19pm on January 5, 2010, Jenna Turpington said…
Thanks for the invitation Reece. Congratulations and very best wishes for the upcoming book launch this May.

(PS. I too thought The Shield was a memorable TV series).
At 7:41am on January 5, 2010, Brian Kavanagh said…
Reece, nice to meet up. Best wishes for your book launch in May.
Cheers,
Brian
At 6:00am on January 5, 2010, Peg Herring said…
No ties with the Russian mob, eh? I guess that's good.
At 3:59am on December 31, 2009, Cindy Kerschner said…
Thanks for the invite, Reese. Best of luck with "The Insider". I checked out your upcoming website. The cover shot is awesome! Cindy
At 3:06am on December 24, 2009, Jon Spoelstra said…
Thanks for the invite, Reece. I see you're a fan of two of my favorites, Kem Nunn and Touch of Evil.
At 12:36pm on December 22, 2009, Kathleen A. Ryan said…
Thanks, Reece! I can't wait for Fall 2010 when the Hint Fiction Anthology is published.
I see by your list you enjoyed The Shield. I loved it. I'm sorry it's over; I miss it.
At 7:46am on December 18, 2009, Kathleen A. Ryan said…
Hi Reece,
Nice to meet you. Congratulations on the release of your upcoming novel -- very exciting! Best wishes,
Kathy
At 2:12am on December 6, 2009, Colin T. Nelson said…
thanks for the invite. I, too, am a lawyer with 30+ years in courtrooms and have a first novel coming out this fall which is a mystery/thriller. I'm anxious to see yours. Also, congrats for getting Berkley/Penguin to publish you. How'd you do it? I'm looking at two local publishers here in Minnesota, both with good reputations but like most opportunities today, I still have to do 90+% of the marketing. That's okay because I enjoy that part of the writing/selling experience also. Colin
At 10:07am on December 1, 2009, Debbi Mack said…
Hi Reece,

Good to meet you, too! Glad to hear you're getting a Web site. Presumably you'd have done it without my urging. :)

Congrats again on your book's release. I'll be on the lookout for it. Sounds interesting, and I'm always happy to see a fellow lawyer use their legal knowledge to create more crime fiction, thrillers, etc. Best of luck!
At 7:11am on December 1, 2009, Edward G. Talbot said…
Reece - yep, you are right that several thriller writers have parleyed the free audio into book deals. It's a tough road neverthless. The main reason I did it was to see if people were interested in listening to it after agents rejected it. It was a lot of fun also, and I learned quite a bit that has made the second book (nearing readiness for submission) better.

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