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  • EnemyAce
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    Originally posted by Randy D. Rubin View Post
    Way to go Robert. Congrats.
    Yikes, sorry about that - it's lo-res so I don't have any idea why it showed up in the post blown up that big!

    Robert

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  • Randy D. Rubin
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    Way to go Robert. Congrats.

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  • ozmosis7
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    Holy--

    Yep, it's big. But it's beautiful. Gratz!

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  • RichardThomas
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    i feel like i'm ON the boat.

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  • C.W. LaSart
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    That's one enormous cover

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  • EnemyAce
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    OK! What've you guys got coming up?![/QUOTE]

    Well...got a new novel out on Amazon: 'At Van Eyckmann's Request' and website that goes with the whole series I'm working on: www.wyvernfalls.com

    Let me know what you think. HAving a lot of fun with it at least...

    RObert

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  • RichardThomas
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    Originally posted by Randy D. Rubin View Post
    Richard, my brother, it the Overlook Hotel, not the Outlook.
    Did i type Outlook? That's a total typo, i even looked it up, I know it's the Overlook. I'll go fix that. Thanks. Whoops.

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  • Randy D. Rubin
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    Richard, my brother, it the Overlook Hotel, not the Outlook.

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  • EnemyAce
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    Hey, what the heck. I've developed my own series set here in the Hudson Valley with a webite to go with it. The first book, "At Van Eyckmann's Request", is now available through Amazon (and Kindle) and the second novel is getting pitched to the major publishers as we speak...check out the websit at www.wyvernfalls.com and let me know what you think!

    -Robert

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  • RichardThomas
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    My review of May We Shed These Human Bodies by Amber Sparks is now live at The Nervous Breakdown

    http://www.thenervousbreakdown.com/r...-amber-sparks/

    Powerful collection, surreal and touching.

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  • RichardThomas
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    Bob Pastorella and I battle it out, King vs. Koontz. Head on over and chime in. We each pick our favorite five by each author.

    http://bobpastorella.com/2012/10/08/...oontz-faceoff/

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  • Randy D. Rubin
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    Okay I like them all... Now what's your identity, Clark Kent?

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  • Ben Staad
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    Originally posted by Randy D. Rubin View Post
    Thank you Copefiend2 (by the way what is your real name; I feel really strange thanking or congratulating you by this ridiculous moniker.) There should be NO SECRETS between writer buddies on the forum! Can I get an Amen from the congregation somewheres in the back? Hallelujah!
    LOL! My name will only be revealed when you list which stories you like from the book!

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  • RichardThomas
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    I dissect my contest winning story "Maker of Flight" in my latest Storyville column at Lit Reactor.

    http://litreactor.com/columns/storyv...aker-of-flight

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  • ozmosis7
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    Very cool, Richard. And I agree with Caren, Randy. Beyond what I listed previously, here is some new stuff I have planned that I pulled from a recent Facebook post I made today...

    "Ideas have been brewing lately as fast as my coffee. So I've decided to add many new book ideas to my workload. I continue to write dark fiction, but every once in a while I need a break from what I am doing--mostly editing. So do my minions. They have grown restless and sometimes they need to work on something different. Here is what is on our menu...

    The first of these are 3 new kids books along the lines of Frankie's Alphabet, meant to help children or get them interested in cool new things.

    I am also adding a short book that will detail my ongoing struggle with weight loss, what has worked and what hasn't. I had thought to start a separate page for those interested in discussing weight issues, but as of yet I haven't. We will see what interest there is in it. My goal is to help others get on the right path to healthy weight loss without all the gimmicks that cost hundreds of dollars.

    Another short book will discuss living with a food allergy. It will act as a starter guide for families who need help deciding what situations pose threats to you or your loved one and how to handle them. The information comes from personal experience with my daughter's nut allergy. Hopefully it can help other people avoid some of the potential tragedies.

    After that I hope to take a selection of my photography and create a picture book with the intent of bringing a smile to people's faces."

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