Robert James Waller Message Board
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?
Marie Slaughter posts on 7/31/2005 11:40:01 PM
Can't tell you how delighted we are to have this opportunity to relate to you the pleasure we get when listening to the CD, Bridges of Madison County. We are "collectors" of country, as well as other genres, music from Bob Wills, etc. on. Our favorite is your collection, Bridges of Madison County. We have been hoping for some time that you might record another album. Please tell us you are considering it! We have attempted to send a message to you previously thru your former University contacts, but to no avail. We are extremely sorry that we will not be in Fredericksburg on August 6 to meet you. We are currently in Nashville but since our home is now in Wimberly, Texas, we hope that we will have other opportunities to meet you! Thank you a thousand times for the pleasure we get when listening to your album! Very sincerely, Marie and Rubin Slaughter
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