ATTENTION: The forum has changed!
What is this? Where is the old forum?
This is a new forum that will hopefully be easier to navigate and use with more features.
Do you need to register again?
If you were registered at jdrobbfans.com prior to 12/07/17 you would be in the system, and do not need to register again. If you were a member of indeath.net, you will not be in the system, and will need to create a new login.
How does this forum work?
Think of this forum sort of like Facebook. You will have an Activity Stream (kind of like your Facebook Wall) and the regular Forums (kind of like Facebook Groups). You can see the activity stream from the home page, or by clicking on the “Activity” link above. If you just want to post something random, like how you’re feeling or what’s going on in your life, post in the box labeled “What’s New?” This post is seen by everyone, but it’s your own personal post on your profile page. It is like starting a forum thread, but it will not show up in the forum.
For something that you want to make into a more “formal” discussion, use the Forum link, navigate to the forum you want to post in, and then make the post. You will need to be logged in to make a post.
I will post more details about how to use the site in the forum.
If you have any questions, contact me by filling out a contact form: Contact the Admin
From the JDR FB page
The creative minds at St. Martin’s Press are at it again. This 3D image has a hidden message–can you see what it says? You’ll find a 3D hidden image on the inside jacket of the Dark in Death hardcover (US/Canada) too! Less than 3 weeks to go. -Laura
This was a story on today about new tech. This convention always has some amazing reveals.
One of the things that caught my ID influenced eye was, I believe Alexa helping in the bathroom. What on earth do you say? You can tell Alexa, before you get in the shower, what temp you want the shower to be when you finally get in. Not quite the same as…[Read more]
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Two Nights by Kathy Reichs
<span id=”freeText6193046495150831448″>Meet Sunday Night, a woman with physical and psychological scars, and a killer instinct…
Sunnie has spent years running from her past, burying secrets and building a life in which she needs no one and feels nothing. But a girl has gone missing, lost in the chaos of a bomb…[Read more]
Anne of Green Gables By Lucy Maud Montgomery
With all of the pluck and charm of its eponymous young hero, Rachel McAdams (The Notebook, Spotlight, Midnight in Paris) delivers a spectacular reading of Montgomery’s beloved bildungsroman. In moments both funny and bittersweet, McAdams’ voice is imbued with the spark that has made Anne a muc…[Read more]