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At 4:42am on November 12, 2009, RONALD FEASEL said…
add me my requests full
At 2:46pm on September 8, 2008, L.J. Sellers said…
Just saying Hi. I enjoy Murderati and getting to know the authors there.
Lj
At 12:11am on January 4, 2008, Maryann Miller said…
Thanks for adding me to your Friends here, Rob. Your book sounds great and I will have to check it out. Noted in your favs that you liked the movie The Deerhunter. I can understand why. Powerful movie. I remember leaving the theatre feeling like I had been kicked in the gut. My husband did not like it, though. He just likes to be entertained. Don't make me think. :-)

All best,
Maryann
At 7:09am on September 26, 2007, Mark Terry said…
I'm making a point: visit CrimeSpace for 5 or 10 minutes each day and mingle. I finally set up a basic MySpace page that I'm going to tinker with as well, with pretty much the same caveat. 5 or 10 minutes.

Otherwise, it's a passive website and I might as well not waste my time.

Anybody want to best on how long this initiative will last?

Or will it turn into yet another obsessive-compulsive thing like checking blogs.

Sigh.
At 9:43am on September 10, 2007, ITW Debut Authors - First Kill said…
Thanks for swinging by our new pad. It feels good to have some familiar faces on our page.
At 2:54am on June 8, 2007, Kent Gowran said…
Hey Robert - Thanks for the invite.

And, cool to see Eugene Izzi on your list there. A truly underrated master.
At 12:22am on June 8, 2007, Jon McGoran as D. H. Dublin said…
Hi Robert,
Thanks for the invitation. Congratulations on all you've got going on. Nothing wrong with BSP. Personally, I'm working on SSP (Shameless Self Promotion). I'll let you know how it goes!
At 11:16pm on June 7, 2007, Shirley Wells said…
Hi, Rob (for some reason I called you Keith ... Hm). Thanks for the invite. It seems to me that, these days, BSP is as big a part of a writer's job as getting the words down. I must check out your book. But first, where's that wet shoelace...?
At 11:10pm on June 7, 2007, Marta Stephens said…
Hi Rob. I love it here because we CAN do a LOT of blatan self promotion! My favorite past time these days. Best of luck with your book by the way. It sounds like we're on the same path. Mine just came out in April and in the middle of all the promotions for it, I need to have the second book to my editor by the end of the year. Yikes. I look forward to chatting with you!
Marta
At 9:25pm on June 7, 2007, Jessica D. Russell said…
Thank you for the add. Congrats on your new release! I'll have to check it out. :-)
At 4:16pm on June 7, 2007, Tess G said…
Thanks for the add, Robert!
At 3:35pm on May 23, 2007, Jordan Dane said…
Thanks for the congratulations on my new deal, Robert. It means a lot coming from someone like you. :)
At 5:20am on May 8, 2007, Robert Gregory Browne said…
I actually hate to describe it that way at all, because I think it's different -- and I certainly wouldn't compare myself to masters like Koontz and King, but if I'm in a pinch to explain it to someone, I guess that's as close as I can get.
At 2:58am on May 8, 2007, Penny Rudolph said…
Hello Robert, it's amazing to meet someone who describes his book as 24 meets Dean Koontz or Stephen King ---that could be real ugly. In a beautiful way.
At 7:05am on May 1, 2007, Vince Keenan said…
Hey, Rob. Great news about Hard Case Crime reprinting Westlake's SOMEBODY OWES ME MONEY, isn't it?
At 12:11pm on April 28, 2007, HappyRuby said…
I'll have to check out your new book - sounds like a good one. I do some reviews for booksnbytes.com and mysteriesgalore.com I don't see where they have it on their books to review so I guess I will just have to put it on my Amazon wish list. The title even sounds good.

HappyRuby
At 6:35pm on April 26, 2007, Breanda Cross said…
Hi Rob, Good to meet you. I visited your site and love your promotional ideas. After one novel I'm learning it's as much a part of the process as the writing. Having written a number of short-film scripts - with only a handful finding their way to the screen, I'm currently trying my hand at a feature. My novel is under contract, which is a good and bad thing as I'm constantly finding myself between a rock and a hard place. The producer seems to have one idea - and the Script Editor he has employed another! And of course, me, the writer, would love to go in an entirely different direction!! Life?!?
At 5:47am on April 18, 2007, LaTanya Pattillo said…
Thanks for the invite! Can't wait to read your chapters! How does it feel to be PUBLISHED??
At 5:31am on April 18, 2007, Robert Freemyer said…
Sorry about the slow response but I'm concentrating on finishing "Murder on High Ground", the next of the triology. Will visit your website asap.
At 6:02am on April 17, 2007, Delphine Cingal said…
Thanks for the invite. I am looking forward to reading one of your novels when I have a bit of time. I am currently translating R. Austin Freeman into French for a French publisher.

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