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I am already a fan and look forward to read anything that James Joseph Brown writes. I have seen his work, and I know he is talented.
Well done James! Looking forward to reading more of you work.
so who’s ass are you about to kick in that foto? came to check yu for some inspiration. well done 🙂
Well, he tells me he’s a good writer but I haven’t had the pleasure yet of reading his beloved novel. I will however, verify that he is very self-absorbed but we love him just the way he is!
Dont forget to visit the “hill of crosses”.
Have you found any angel statues in the city yet ?
Never loose the attitude James….Looking forward to reading the novel when it comes out.I am still thinking about the piece you sent me!!!! it roams in my head and pops out for me to mull over frequently.
whatsup up, james brown. ha ha. it’s prince. just wanted to check out your site…
i wanted to read more of your work. i enjoyed the short, diary of a mad croupier. keep up the good work and writing. hope the best for your novel… look forward to reading it eventually.
i also wanted to give you the link to my blog where i post some of my poetry. hopefully you get a chance to read some of my writing so you have a better understanding of my poetry. on it i use the moniker k. sao, so dont worry that is me.
im sure i will you around. peace.
I know James as a very intelligent and wonderful person and his writings are excellent. I’m sure his every novel will always be exciting to read. So keep tract of him as he slowly reveals himself to the world.
I absolutely loved hearing you read on Friday at Neon Lit! I can’t wait to read the book! Your writing and life seem incredible and I aspire to be like you in many ways. Keep up the gray work and I hope to see you around town.
I’d love to hear you read and if you could throw in some Go-Go dancing that would be great too.
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