Gerald A. Browne Message Board
ken posts on 3/11/2006 10:08:02 AM
Is he still writing, if so what titles
are there. He's not with Warner. Who is he with? He really knows the diamond biz. Love to read some more of his work.. With all the goings on in the diamond trade these days there should be some great stories to write.
Matt Techmanski posts on 3/7/2006 9:33:01 PM
Thank you so much, Eric. Perhaps I will drop him an email.
Eric Hansen posts on 3/7/2006 11:01:11 AM
We can visit his website geraldabrowne
and see that he is working on a new novel involving jewels.
Or we can communicate directly with him at gerldabrowne at earthlink net
Matt Techmanski posts on 3/6/2006 9:28:23 PM
How can we confrm that Mr. Browne is indeed working on his next great novel? Any suggestions anyone?
anrom abao posts on 3/6/2006 4:46:50 AM
Yeah!! How i adore his writings!! Hope I'll have the chance to read some of his novel...
Eric Hansen posts on 2/15/2006 11:06:28 AM
The Ravishers (1970) and The Arousers (1974) were "co-written" by GAB and his wife. The were published as authored by Merle Lynn Browne. They were released again in paperback in 1989 as authored by Gerald A. Browne. It's all Zoo (1968) was released in paperback in 1990.
Charlotte Naan posts on 2/14/2006 2:31:12 AM
Hey! What makes a novel worth republishing?
- and have theese titles by Browne, G. A. been published:
'The Arousers', 'The Ravishers' ans 'It's All Zoo'? All preannounced by AVON BOOKS in 1989, in the published novel 'Hot Siberian'
marcy posts on 2/10/2006 2:46:47 PM
Unless they are ill, great authors don't retire. If you write....you must. If you don't...you never could.
Surely there is something in the works worth waiting for. Be patient...there are authors who "spit" out commercially on a regular basis and eventually, it shows that the works are not worth waiting for. I'm sure whatever is brewing is worth the steeping time.
Waiting along with you all,
Matt Techmanski posts on 2/9/2006 10:37:19 PM
Was Mr. Browne's book canceled because of professional differences or has this great author retired?
Eric Hansen posts on 2/1/2006 1:08:01 PM
Blue Pearls is the title used in some countries for the Browne novel "18mm Blues" which was published in 1993 and is widely available (a very good book!)
Rush 929 has never been published. It was issued an ISBN Number (1556115091) and was scheduled to be published in late 1999. Publication was delayed, then cancelled
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