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At 9:57am on April 22, 2008, D K Gaston said…
Hi Joseph, I'm curious, has any of your books been optioned to be made into movies? I know about High Crimes. Killer Instinct and Power Play would definitely make great ones.
At 2:25am on March 11, 2008, Lee Lofland said…
Sorry I missed you at CrimeBake.

I do hope you get a chance to visit The Graveyard Shift. I think you'll find the information about police, forensics, and crime scene investigation fun and useful.

http://www.leelofland.com/wordpress/
At 5:25am on December 11, 2007, Olav Guldbrandsen said…
Thanks, nice of you to say. And congratulations with J. Maslin liking Power Play. It's hard for me to understand writers who won't read reviews, other than the need to protect themselves and their creative work, of course. That I can understand. - Paranoia was the first book of yours that I worked with. I'm looking foreward to read the later ones!
At 11:48pm on December 9, 2007, Vickie said…
I enjoy your books very much. Thanks for writing them. Keep on.
Vickie in Kentucky
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At 9:27pm on December 9, 2007, Olav Guldbrandsen said…
Thanks for accepting the invite. Especially glad since Paranoia was one of the books that I really appreciated last year. It was translated into a good, solid norwegian, and came out in november. The fun parts I had to work a little bit with myself, being the editor, but I think it works. - Anyway. Exteremely likeable that Adam Cassidy. He started with such a great headache of a problem, and you made the story flow with ease. Nice to read a thriller with no killing in it. Didn't miss bloodshed one bit!
At 3:12am on November 29, 2007, jur said…
Hey Joseph, I just recognize that your books are available in German as well... YES I know, that this is not the original Joseph speaking to me, but I have to admit, it is easier to read in German than English (it's faster...)...

which one I should start with? Which one is a good entry into your "work" (right word for "all your books"??)

regards from Switzerland, Jan
At 1:49am on November 29, 2007, Michael Warden said…
Moring Joseph,

I am planing to attend my first writers conference this upcoming Presidents Day weekend. It's in San diego at the 22nd Annual Souther California Witers Conference.

I hope to have a project ready by then to be critiqued and reviewd by agents/editors. Since I am a novice I am still aprehensive.

I just received the registration information and wondered if you might me attending in any capcity? Would be great to meet you and have you sign one of your books. If not maybe I'll catch up with you at another convention.
At 12:00pm on November 28, 2007, Liz Mugavero said…
Hi Joseph,

Just wanted to say I enjoyed hearing you speak at Crime Bake this year. What a great conference.
At 10:29pm on November 23, 2007, Michael Warden said…
Good moring Joseph,

I picked up a copy of the Company Man the other day and haven't hardly put it down.

I see some similarity in how quickly you brought your characters into the story in the first chapter kind of the same way I do. Although I have had critiques that said I brought in to many to fast I felt it was important to the story. I enjoy how succinct you are with these characters yet we can get a clear picture of them.

I can't wait to finish the book. Hope you had a great thanksgiving.

Michael
At 2:09am on November 21, 2007, Michael Warden said…
Morning Joseph,
I'll have to make a point of pick up a couple of those books so I can see what you got. Have you read anything from Sheldon Siegel? He's kind of been a mentor and got me serious about my writing.

I use my prior life as a cop for most of my materials. My goal for 2008 is to have my first novel ready to go to an agent so we'll see. I have a couple of short stories publlished, one is a true story from my days as a federal police sergeant and the other is a short fiction.

Thanks for listening and I'll hit B&N this week.
Regards, Michael
At 10:38am on November 1, 2007, RJ said…
I agree with Linda - I would love to see Power Play on the bigscreen - It's already a blockbuster in book form!
Kudo's!
Have a great week! And Happy Halloween!
-RJ
At 9:58pm on August 30, 2007, Linda Lee said…
Loved Power Play...it would make an excellent movie too!
At 5:45am on August 20, 2007, Lee Lofland said…
We'll try to make it to your launch party. Sounds fun.
At 4:55am on August 20, 2007, Alison Gaylin said…
Thanks for the kind wishes, Joseph -- and great to see you on Crimespace!
At 11:39am on August 19, 2007, Dave Zeltserman said…
I'll be there. Some guys in my office are big fans of yours. I'll let them know about it also.
At 4:31am on August 19, 2007, Lee Lofland said…
We're nearly neighbors. I'm in the Boston area, too. In fact, I'm going to be speaking for the next MWA meeting in Boston (October I believe). You should drop by.
At 4:14am on August 19, 2007, Dave Zeltserman said…
Hi Joseph, I'm a fellow Boston writer (well, Brookline, now Needham). I look forward to Power Play.
At 4:55pm on August 18, 2007, Krystal Waters said…
Hi Joseph! I am looking forward to reading your new book.

Warm regards,
Kristine
At 1:24am on July 29, 2007, Harry Shannon said…
Howdy back, Joseph!
At 8:25am on June 22, 2007, TJ Perkins said…
Wow, Joseph, I had no idea you were such a big wig! Congrats on all your accomplishments! I've had lots of people tell me I should write adult blood and gore, but I just have too much fun with the kid stuff. That's so awesome about the move High Crimes. There have been lots of people insisting my book Mystery of the Attic would make a great TV movie for kids, but I'm counting on someone at Nickelodean to pick up the books in the Kim & Kelly Series and make a video game for girls out of them. If you have any connections, that would be most appreciated!

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