Robert Rosenblum Message Board

Bette Austin posts on 5/11/2009 3:05:52 PM I have read almost every one of Robert Rosenblum's (and all his pseudonyms)books... they have all been wonderful. I would love a suggestion about other authors I might pursue when I run out of Rosenblum's books! I just finished "Visions" and am now reading "Legends" - both about American Indians and they are fabulous! Also does anyone know if "Kathryn Perutz" is also a pseudonym that he uses?
Robert Rosenblum posts on 1/23/2009 9:49:58 AM Dear Readers, A friend just send me this forum--with some posts (going back several years) that express appreciation for MY books, and in particular asking for other pseudonyms I've under which I've authored books aside from those they already knew. Goodness me--I wish I'd know this site existed years ago! Would like to have answered such people as Bette Austin and others years ago... But better late than never (I hope). So...a list of psuedonyms. For those who say they liked "A BREED APART" by "Jeanne Day Lord", I only used that name once... Another I used only once is "Anjelica Moon"--as author of "Invitation to a Wedding." I wrote four books as "Johanna Kingsley"--SCENTS, FACES, TREASURES, and LOVING TOUCHES; and four more as "Jessica March"--ILLUSIONS, SENSATIONS, TEMPTATIONS, and VISIONS. But, hey, I didn't just use female pseuds. As noted on forum there was Robert Maxxe, author of ARCADE...and Nicholas Conde, author of THE RELIGION, THE LEGEND, and IN THE DEEP WOODS...and believe it or not, a number of books under my very own name...going back many years THE MUSHROOM CAVE, THE GOOD THIEF, THE SWEETHEART DEAL, COVER STORIES, and more recently AFTERLOVE and A NIGHT AS CLEAR AS DAY. Well, I hope there's still a FEW people interested in hunting for these. And of course I'd be delighted to hear from anyone who finds and enjoys one of these books. In fact! if you can't find 'em, I may be able to dig out a copy from my personal stash to send to a faithful reader. Write to my e-mail: With thanks, Robert (Bob) J. Rosenblum, New York City
Bette Austin posts on 1/9/2009 2:45:22 PM I also would love to know the list of books that Robert J Rosenblum has written! One of his pseudonyms is Jeanne Day Lord - the book is A breed Apart- fabulous!!!! Another pseudonym I just came across is Robert Maxx- the book Arcade. Any other pseudonyms known would be appreciated!! Bette

posts on 6/12/2006 12:56:42 PM Reiterating the post from last Sept, does anyone know how we can find out what the "various pseudonyms" are under which Robert Rosenblum writes? Or, is it possible the author does not want his readers to know who his alter-egos are? Is Robert Rosenblum his real name or is it just another pseudonym? Really enjoyed "Afterlove" and will be looking for "A Night as Clear as Day."
posts on 5/23/2006 6:06:08 PM where can I find a list of Robert Rosenblum's book? a list of Robert J. Rosenblum's books?
Bernice posts on 3/26/2006 6:31:25 PM What a wonderful story. I could not put the book down. Has there been a sequel written yet? I would love to have the romance between Kate and Gabriel continue.
bill greene posts on 9/8/2005 10:44:52 AM Rosenblum is an excellent novelist. I enjoy his story telling style. Does he write in another genre? I understand he's written "more than twenty novels under various pseudonyms." Can you name them? I'm very interested in his work. Thanks

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