Robert Segarra Message Board

Sylvia posts on 10/20/2012 4:47:50 PM Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra rocks, and all you trolls and hacks are left to wonder how he does it! Learn your craft kiddies, and you too might be able to do the same some day!
Candi posts on 10/19/2012 4:57:26 PM Hay Troll, why do you want to know our last names? Can't get a date with your mom anymore? We made a rule when we agreed to post online (and this is not the only site we post to, for your information, not that it is!) that we would never use our last names to avoid being cyber stalked by three time losers like you. You are a writer, but you can't write, so you hate. And you can't get a date, so now you want to stalk those of us who come here to discuss and appreciate Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra. Keep up the hate, though, it's only helping sales for Mr Segarra! I'm sure he would appreciate it. He might even thank you.
Karen posts on 10/19/2012 4:44:20 PM The trolls are back in force. They can't write, so they hate. Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra continues to sell, while these hack writers just sit around wondering what they can do to jump start their failed careers. Maybe you should check out the book. You could probably learn ALOT from it about how to actually put a sentence together!

Robert Segarra posts on 10/19/2012 12:04:09 AM I wrote a book. It's called Still Waiting For An Audience. When nobody bought it I started pretending I am one-named females and posting on this message board. If my book is as bad as my attempts to pretend to be other people on this board, save your money. Still Waiting For A Friend by Robert Dorkola is available at a Goodwill near you.
Annette posts on 10/18/2012 6:04:13 PM Well written, Candi. I have never seen a jealous hack writer attack one of their own. They only attack those they perceive to have "made it" - such as Robert Segarra of Still Waiting For The Sun fame. It kills these hacks that he has gotten so much attention for a book that truly deserves the praise. Fair is fair. When you hacks write a decent book, if you hacks ever write a decent book, I'm sure someone, somewhere will like it, too.
Candi posts on 10/18/2012 5:32:24 PM I have to offer congratulations to author Robert Segarra - author of Still Waiting For The Sun, and other books. You have finally made it. From experience I know that you never truly have arrived till others in your industry begin attacking you, which is what is happening at this message board by some frustrated hack writers. They never attack each other. Instead, they wallow in their failure, and it is only when they see another who has succeeded that they come to life. Too bad they can't apply that same energy to learning how to write compelling stories.
Susana posts on 10/17/2012 6:06:31 PM Good writers, like Robert Segarra, write. Bad writers, like Vera, hate and write smack about good writers like Robert Segarra, author of Still Waiting For The Sun, among other amazing pieces. His children's books are selling like hotcakes, and his novels are entertaining many readers, while Vera and the other haters wallow in obscurity. Sad.
Karen posts on 10/17/2012 5:27:13 PM Keep posting garbage you loser! We already know who you are! You are just a hack writer who can't get any attention to your own garbage writing! You sukk! You are jealous and a hater because you have no talent. But we don't mind your posts because all the attention has helped Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra experience a resurgence in popularity, and it's all thanks to you trolls!!! So keep it up!
Vera posts on 10/17/2012 2:16:50 AM Still Waiting For The Bun by Richard Selora is filled with anti-climactic yeast. Nothing can match the texture of Still Mating Just For Fun by Roland Gasseous. The setting for Bill Is Waiting To Get Paid by Roxanne Sugererra is somewhere in North Carolina. Roger Segwayra spends too much time trying to be one-named women who supposedly read his paint-by-numbers book.
Arlene posts on 10/16/2012 5:01:32 PM I heard that Still Waiting For The Sun by Robert Segarra and his other books only continue to sell with renewed vigor. So I'm sure that Mr Segarra would only want for the criticisms to continue. There's no such thing as bad publicity, isn't that what they say?
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