James H. Cobb Message Board
Werther posts on 11/9/2011 10:29:31 AM
What does the H. stand for?
Also, what was your major in college?
Bei Dawei posts on 11/7/2011 8:20:28 PM
Mr. Cobb, have ever been to Taiwan?
Jim Muri posts on 10/17/2011 9:43:35 PM
Hi, Jim. Very long time no chat! Just a quick note to let you know that the Pacific NW Writers are holding a book fair at Freighthouse Square in Tacoma on 19 November. If you'd like to sell a few books and meet other writers and fans, the cost is $20 per table. You can deal directly w/ Freighthouse Square for a table, or let me know and I'll forward more info. And if you know of other writers who'd like to attend, they'd be quite welcome.
Hope to see you there.
dj monson posts on 10/9/2011 10:56:07 AM
its now Oct 2011, I acquired the book "Choosers of the Slain" in Puyallup. (used to live and work in the Tacoma area) I liked the story. Its set in 2006 and copyrighted 1996. In the story its mentioned playoff games between Philly and Vegas. VEGAS ?? where did that idea come from? Just curious.
Will find the next book in line somewhere.
Andrew Wiggin posts on 3/26/2011 9:01:35 PM
Apparently The Infinity Affair isn't happening anymore. The next book is going to be The Ares Decision by Kyle Mill and going to be released in Oct 4, 2011. What happened??
Kuperus posts on 12/13/2010 6:57:09 PM
Hello mr Cobb,
it has been some time since we all heard from you, can you make some more statements about AG novels?
especially since there is allready a german version of it out there?
Sailor47 posts on 10/9/2010 1:20:12 AM
Just a caution, the the AG novel Storm Dragon (Amazon) is Sea Strike.
Many of you may have known this, but it fooled me, so now I own both.
KATHY posts on 10/2/2010 6:19:24 PM
I would like to know when "The Infinity Affair" will be released.
I am eagerly awaiting to read this book.
I love James H Cobb books
Friederike posts on 8/1/2010 2:33:45 PM
I am surprised about the inquiries for the fifth Amanda Garret book. In Germany it appeared already in 2005. What is now five years ago. And of course since then I wait anxiously whether and when there will be a continuation.
Today I have seen videos of the Piasecki Speed Hawk which are mentioned in the fifth book. Now I can fancy the descriptions a little better, but in my imagination the Speed Cobra is a little bit cooler than the reality.
Greetings from Germany
Don J. posts on 7/24/2010 6:13:40 PM
Just finished Arctic Event. Loved the book but was dismayed by the cover picture. Having flown the B29/Tu4 for over 600 hours I'm somewhat familiar with the aircraft. The wreckage shown is most certainly NOT a B29/Tu4, which wouldn't have a row of windows, but a transport such as a DC6 or Russian equivalent. The text refers to figures passing in front of light emanating from the windows which could only be from the nose/cockpit or the blister behind the wing, not the area occupied by the team. Mr. Cobb,better research please.
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