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About meHave the best woman who thinks my being addicted to books is way better than any alternative. A former psychology major, i have spent the last 13 years in the hard science of computer and electronic repair.

About my libraryA reflection of my mind. I often get hooked on then bored with a random subject or theme. After reading it is trade time. Only a select 40 or so stay around the house.This is changing as I transition to my e-reader.

GroupsFantasyFans, Science Fiction Fans, What Are You Reading Now?

Favorite authorsFranklin W. Dixon, God, William P. Robertson (Shared favorites)


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You're welcome, Larry! GASP and UNTIL DEATH DO IMPART have every type of horror imaginable! Hope you enjoy the Cds.

Best wishes,

Hi Larry,

DARK HAUNTED DAY has the same amount of poetry as my other horror story collections. I just add a few poems to set the mood needed for some of the stories. I'm glad you enjoy the poetry. I'll send you a copy of my horror poetry audio books, GASP! and UNTIL DEATH DO IMPART, so you can get the full effect! I recited the poems in a local studio and added some cool sound effects and eerie music. The rock band ShadowFox also added some songs for variety. I'll drop those in the mail to you today!

Best wishes,

Hi Larry,

Thank you very much for posting a review of my latest novel, THE BUCKTAIL BROTHERS OF THE FIGHTING 149TH, on It was much appreciated!

Best wishes,

Bill Robertson
Hi Larry,

I enjoyed "HMS Saracen" very much.
I've read and enjoyed many of A. Kent's "Bilitho" series over the years. But only recently discovered his "modern, naval works. "A Prayer for a Ship" I read a few months ago. I also am working on his five book "Blackwood Family saga", "The Horizon", "First to Land", "Badge of Glory", "Dust on the Sea' and "Knife Edge".
Hi Larry,

I'll drop your complimentary copy of TERROR TIME in the mail tomorrow. I think you'll enjoy the two Bucktail stories that I like to characterize as "Eastern Westerns". In the first tale, Jimmy gets terrorized by the same bullies that picked on him in grade school while he is returning home on the train from law school. Naturally, after being in the Civil War, he defends himself admirably! In the second story, Bucky becomes sheriff of McKean County and has to track down a bandit who held up a stagecoach carrying gold for a lumber camp payroll. The book also contains a Viking fantasy story, two ghost stories, and several straight horror tales. It's definitely a mixed bag!

Best wishes,

Bill Robertson
Hi Larry,

If you'd like to learn what happens to the Bucktail boys after they return home from the Civil War, I have two short stories in my TERROR TIME collection that shed light on their futures. I'd be willing to send you a complimentary copy of the book considering how much great publicity your reviews of the Bucktail series generated. Send me your address, and I'll send you the book.

Best wishes,

Bill Robertson
Thank you for your kind review of THE BUCKTAILS' LAST CALL. I appreciate it! Where did you first learn of the Bucktail series? Which book ended up being your favorite?

With regards,

Bill Robertson
I'm glad you are enjoying the Bucktail novels. Thank you very much for all your positive feedback!

Best wishes,

Bill Robertson
Love the pic of your pup! My husband thinks the same about my book addiction...marry that fiance immediately!!
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