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At 11:39am on April 11, 2007, Sarah Wisseman said…
thanks for the invite. i'm new to Crimespace, but I'm enjoying it already!
At 7:26am on April 10, 2007, Dianne Day said…
We have similar tastes in books and tv shows, but I'm nowhere near as impressively prolific as you! Glad to have you among the Friends.
At 9:51am on April 9, 2007, Bill Peschel said…
Thanks for inviting me.
At 8:27am on April 8, 2007, Jeri Westerson said…
Just saying hi and thanks for wanting to "friend" me. :)
At 2:35am on April 8, 2007, Kathryn Lilley said…
Hi QBR,
I love the photo on your web site-very beautiful and almost haunting. Is that a place in Tennessee? As a (part-time) native of the South, I especially love stories that are set there. Thank you for the invitation!
At 2:26am on April 8, 2007, Dennis Leppanen said…
Thanks for the invite. Reading is still alive, no matter how many new electronic devices try to kill it off. I see that you are in Tennessee, we bought a place up in Rocky Top and plan to spend 3-4 months a year there.
At 1:44am on April 8, 2007, mary christian said…
Thanks for adding me.I'm hard at work on some new projects and I'm on a John Grisham kick right now, just finished devouring The Rainmaker and finished The Innocent Man not too long ago.
At 5:21pm on April 7, 2007, Dennis Venter said…
Hiya, QBR. Thanks for the invite. Like you, I love to find new authors which is why this site has been such a find for me. But how do you read so fast? I'd kill to be capable of reading a few books per week!
At 12:57am on April 7, 2007, Charles Kelly said…
Hi. Thanks for inviting me into your space on Crimespace. It's great that so many people are reviewing books now. There are a lot of fresh voices, with some very energetic opinions. I'll let you know when PAY HERE is out. Hope you enjoy it.
At 4:04pm on April 6, 2007, Jeff Sherratt said…
Hi there, Thanks for adding me to your page. And thanks for the valuable service you provide.
At 11:49pm on April 5, 2007, Newt Love said…
You wrote: "... a love for new authors,"
Not only am I a new author (1st novel out less than a month), my publisher is a new publisher, with many new authors under contract. The publisher is Alexandria Szeman, a prize winning author, who retired from her tenured university faculty position to start Rockway Press, located just outside of Sante Fe, NM. I hope you visit our web sites and survey our offerings.
Thanks for being a part of the wonderful world of crime writing!
At 6:49pm on April 5, 2007, Anne Chaplet said…
Hi! And thanks!
At 2:40am on April 5, 2007, CT said…
Just dropped by to say hello...
At 5:42am on April 2, 2007, Maryann Miller said…
I'm new to Crimespace. Finding my way around and figuring out how to add friends. :-)
I am reading Silent Joe, by T. Jefferson Parker. I tend to binge on one author for a while, so I have Fallen waiting in the wings to be read. I just finished a great chick lit, Icing on the Cake, by Laura Castoro. That was my change of pace between Parker books.
At 1:15am on April 2, 2007, Robert Gregory Browne said…
It's great to see more and more book lovers here at CrimeSpace. I, too, read everything I can get my hands on and often find myself reading two or even three books at a time. One of the first authors I recommend when I meet people is Donald Westlake. He's the guy who most influenced me to become a writer.
At 12:02am on April 2, 2007, Vickie Britton said…
Last year I discovered Robert Goddard, though he's been around a while. Since I picked up Borrowed Time, I've been reading his backlist--In Pale Battalions, Hand in Glove, Painting the Darkness, Out of the Blue. His books really hit the spot with me. I like the lofty prose, the characterization and the twists and surprises. If you haven't checked this British author out give him a try.
At 8:19pm on April 1, 2007, Jack Getze said…
I am suffering. I started Ken Bruen's "Priest" because every crime writer I've met in the last two months says I have to (great opening), but my wife just finished "The Watchman" by Robert Crais, who is one of my top three or four favorite writers. I read the first page and am now HOOKED on TWO BOOKS at the same time. Yesterday, I couldn't read either one because I felt guilty about the other. HELP!

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