David R. Palmer Message Board

Anonymous posts on 10/28/2006 7:54:20 PM Someone ought to ask Robinson then. ANyone know him? Does he have a web site?
Chuck Albrecht posts on 10/28/2006 11:45:50 AM Spider Robinson refers to David R. Palmer as a close friend in the afterward to his new novel "Variable Star". (which is fantastic!) Mr. Palmer seems to be alive, if not writing novels or short stories.
posts on 9/19/2006 2:13:30 AM I agree with Kat. What say you Diogenes? You claim to have inside information but the reality is that we're still in the dark with no new publications. All this "buzz" and mystery does is frustrate and disappoint a paying audience- not the best business tactic if you're livelihood depends on loyal fans. (Which I'm sure Mr. Palmer's doesn't at this point.) In the mean time Hitchhiker's Guide and anything by Pratchett or Niven is a safe re-read whilst waiting.

posts on 9/18/2006 10:15:59 PM no, no sequel. Sorry. Only two novels: Emergence and Threshold.
posts on 9/18/2006 7:46:25 PM Was ther a sequel to Threshold? If so, where can it be had? Thanks, Mike
posts on 8/30/2006 8:19:37 PM Another endorsement for you, Mr. Palmer. Loved Emergence. Seeking a copy of Threshhold. I encourage you to write more if encouragement is all you are lacking. If you don't want to write any more, you'll probably have to tell us so before we will actually give up hope. Diogenes sounds like he might know you personally (or be you?), maybe if you just told him to tell us? Thanks, Kat
posts on 8/7/2006 1:00:49 PM I remember reading Threshold back when I was only 11. And to this day I remember David Palmers name and that book. From the very first time I picked it up till the day it 'disapeared' I valued the story it had to tell. Nice to know there are others who apreciate the story David gave to us.
posts on 8/3/2006 7:51:00 AM hello recently found a 1985 copy of threshold I normally stay away from science fiction but after reading this book and then slapping my face i desperately want more the cover says it is the first of a trilogy can anybody help me find the names of the next two books. PLEASE
posts on 7/28/2006 4:28:34 PM If I lived near his last known address I'd surely be knocking his door (respectfully, maybe with a pan of brownies or a six pack). But I'd certainly be doing something. Unfortunately I live about as far away from Florida as a person can get and still be within CONUS. Maybe next year when we take the kids to Dizzy World...
posts on 7/28/2006 1:24:12 PM I live in Williston, FL, and after waiting about a year, have decided to send Mr. Palmer a letter to see if we can find something out. If I get no reply, I could go to his residence but that strikes me as a bit forward.
Click Here for Messages:    1 - 10   11 - 20   21 - 30   31 - 40   41 - 50   51 - 60   61 - 70   71 - 80   81 - 90   91 - 100   101 - 110   111 - 120   121 - 130   131 - 140  
Click here to post a message to this forum

Note: the views expressed here are only those of the posters.
2 Ways to Search!

Our Chief Librarian