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At 8:58am on June 25, 2010, Caroline Trippe said…
Well, it does seem to have generated a pretty lively discussion!
At 3:27am on June 25, 2010, Caroline Trippe said…
I am definitely going to check out your Frank Coffin series. They sound interesting. And your poetry. Which I also like to read. Intirguing---a poet AND a mystery writer. It works. We can like both, can't we! I do not write murder mysteries myself---I'm just a humble reader .Visual artist---no good with plot. However, one thing I "demand" in a mystery---even though it is "recreational reading" is excellent writing. I think I can probably expect that in your books.
At 12:14am on April 26, 2010, Gaile Hughes said…
Hey Jon, are you published in OZ, went to acquire one of your books today. Felt I could learn a lot by reading your work. Where for art thou...
At 12:58pm on February 16, 2010, Benjamin Sobieck said…
Thanks, Jon! There's nothing like that first novel!
At 12:08pm on February 16, 2010, Edward G. Talbot said…
thanks for the friend-back. I've been doing more commenting than friending I guess!
At 8:50am on October 31, 2009, Dan curd said…
I guess I'll have to settle for that. Maybe if I send a few lobster rolls over as inspiration?
At 11:23am on October 29, 2009, Lindy Cameron said…
Hi Jon, I'm happy to be your friend
At 11:12am on October 24, 2009, Dan curd said…
Are you working on a new book?
At 6:56am on October 23, 2009, Christopher Valen said…
Thanks for the friend invite, Jon. Look forward to further discussions in the forum.
Chris
At 9:36am on October 19, 2009, Carola Dunn said…
OOps, I forgot the latest target: the sick.
At 3:40am on September 29, 2009, Jon Loomis said…
Thanks, Jon, for the suggestion re: your book. I'll look for it. I assume I could order it via Amazon? Yes, since your family hails from Utica -you are probably more closely related to the gang than I am. Thanks for responding. Keep in touch.
Jon
At 10:51am on September 27, 2009, Dan curd said…
er...I meant Mating "Season" ... must have been a Freudian slip.
At 3:06am on September 27, 2009, Jon Loomis said…
Hi JON! Yup, it's Jon Loomis - the Mental Health / Family Therapist from Auburn, NY - proving the addage that "it takes one to know one". I had gotten home in the wee hours of the morning after enjoying a couple "Jack Daniels" and happened upon the site (having signed on in very silly fashion). This site seems VERY interesting. I'd love to read some of your work. Could you recommend something for a first time reader?
At 1:48pm on September 24, 2009, Jennie Spallone said…
Had an agent. She was charming, marvelous, but didn't get the job done. I need someone who is as persistent in marketing as I am. currently lloking for a good agent to represent my third suspense novel.
At 11:46am on September 16, 2009, Dan curd said…
I've spent a lot of time in P-town (I live in Madison, WIsconsin). I saw that you livei n Western Wisconsin? A friend gave me your book High Season which I loved. I'm starting Mating Season tonight (I was suprised that I had to order it from Amazon.com).
At 2:26pm on September 15, 2009, Tom Cooke said…
No sweat on the late answer. If you're working it's hard to touch all bases, write, promote and have a life. Hope sales are good. My transmission still needs some help.
At 3:02pm on August 27, 2009, Benjamin Sobieck said…
In light of the new Halloween movie opening this Friday, do any of your students call you "Dr. Loomis?" Just a thought from a horror movie buff.
At 11:59am on August 6, 2009, Tom Cooke said…
Jon, congratulations on your success. I hope you sell a gazillion books because my transmission is acting up and I may need a loan.
T.
At 5:11am on July 31, 2009, Mark Haile said…
you could do your own 'self-guided walking tour map' (as if there aren't enough tourist maps of Ptown floating around already)
At 4:43am on July 31, 2009, Mark Haile said…
It was indeed a great piece on NPR this morning. If you haven't already, you can expect to see some literary tourists clogging up Commercial Street as they rubberneck, trying to discern the real locations in the books from the made up ones! At least literary-minded tourists are a lot more mindful of the locals than your standard version that you skewer so well ...and they aren't likely to come in an oversized mobilehome (and if they've read your books faithfully they'll know to keep an eye out for bicyclists).

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