Robert James Waller Message Board
JEAN POSUSTA posts on 10/2/2005 8:31:13 PM
I am an Iowa writer with a manuscript ready to go about a midwest love affair. I would love to be in touch with Robert for encouragement toward a happy ending (being published). Any chance of contact with either Robert or an assistant or agent of his?
Thank you for even considering this.
Xtel posts on 9/16/2005 9:40:00 PM
I have BoMC on audio casette and used to listen to the tapes a couple of times a year while travelling. Alas, I no longer have a car with a casette player. Ahh, progress! Does anyone know if an audiobook version is available on either CD or DVD?
Lisa posts on 9/8/2005 9:58:54 AM
Wendy, The 2 follow up books to Bridges are "A Thousand Country Roads", and "High Plains Tango".
Stacey R posts on 9/7/2005 10:18:33 PM
I would like to contact Mr. Waller to inquire about Perry Burgess. He lived in the author's hometown and befriended him. He is my biological grandfather, and I would like to as much as I can about him. Any information from him would be appreciated. Thanks
Nira Singh posts on 8/31/2005 4:34:56 AM
is this novel based on a true story and who gave the idea for the book? It is a moving and haunting book.
Daniel Dan posts on 8/23/2005 11:42:10 PM
I'm editor of R.J.Waller's newest title High Plains Tango in mainland China. I wanna contact Waller and have a talk with him by email on this masterpiece. Who can help me? Bow!
Geri Moody posts on 8/21/2005 5:44:21 PM
I just spent a wonderful Sunday afternoon reading "Old Songs In A New Cafe" and really enjoyed it--Thank you so much. I also found out that we share the same Birthday--Aug. 1st. I just turned 69 so am kinda dreading turning the big 7o next year. Thank you again for an enjoyable Sunday afternoon.
Manuel Felipe posts on 8/15/2005 8:34:08 PM
I read The Bridges of Madison County some years ago, then I admired your art because the book cused a big impression on me. Now I,ve read your chronic in Life supplement of Miami Herald. I am foreign, English isn't my mothern language, I apologize for it but I wanna say you How much I admire and respect you. God Bless you and your wife.
Tamra Kay posts on 8/12/2005 2:16:35 PM
Was Waller still married when he met up with his current wife? I thought I read recently that the three of them took a trip together, and he and Linda fell in love. A more recent piece he wrote doesn't mention the first wife moving to Texas with him. Did she?
Kristy Allen posts on 8/10/2005 9:44:06 AM
Is Bridges of Madion County based on a true story or a work of fiction?
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