Jeff Rovin Message Board
Jeff Rovin posts on 5/29/2005 7:52:29 AM
Those ARE pretty old books...don't know how much I can tell you about them. If there's some reason you can't post your query here, leave your email and I'll get in touch. Thanks, J
Len Krouner posts on 5/29/2005 1:52:12 AM
I've been reading an older book of yours on trivia. I need to speak with you. But I don't have any contact information. Please contact me ASAP.
Jeff Rovin posts on 4/6/2005 8:23:21 AM
Thank you VERY kindly, Kyle. Several
contracted novels have to "come first"...but it would be fun to return to the characters after the technology has grown. (I think it was the Jan 04 issue of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC that had a photo of St. War. suits, based on the same DoD research I saw.)
Kyle posts on 4/5/2005 8:50:54 PM
Jeff, just wanted to let you know I finished Dead Rising and am half way through Stealth Warriors. Love both books and hope to see more of Amos and crew.
Jeff Rovin posts on 3/28/2005 6:09:01 PM
Playing in the Universal monster 'sandbox' was a privilege. I guess it's like an actor tackling Hamlet: you're handling something very special and it's a humbling experience!
Tim Lamb posts on 3/28/2005 5:47:54 PM
This is the BEST njews Google ever turned up! I've been a fan of Mr. Rovins for a while and two of my all time favorite books are Vespers and Return of the Wolf Man. In fact, I wrote a review of the second book on Amazon and Jeff wrote me back to say he appreciated the review! I was stunned! He's not only a REALLY talented author, but a heckuva nice guy, too!
Jeff Rovin posts on 3/19/2005 8:21:38 PM
Still here. Appreciate your checking!
Barry .S. posts on 3/19/2005 7:17:32 PM
Haven't heard from you in a while. Are you still alive??
Jeff Rovin posts on 3/4/2005 8:19:19 AM
Thanks again, Kyle. David Morrell, especially THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE ROSE and THE FRATERNITY OF THE STONE, are top notch. So is his FIRST BLOOD, the original Rambo tale. Edgar Rice Burroughs was one of our best storytellers (if not stylists). His novel THE MUCKER might appeal to you, and certainly the early TARZAN and JOHN CARTER novels are the quintessential page-turners.
Kyle posts on 3/3/2005 9:14:20 PM
I like your writing and will definitely try out the other series. Hopefully you can come back to the Stealth Warriors in the future, I am really enjoying the premise and the imagination integrated into the story.
Do you have any other authors that you would recommend? I tend to like serial action books so I can follow the protagonist: Scarecrow, Dirk Pitt, Philip Mercer.
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