I’d like to thank all of you, who have pre-ordered RIVER FLOWERS, my newest book, a collection of stories about wild fish, the places they can be found, and the men and women who seek them out. Primarily set in northern Maine and New Hampshire, there are a few detours to New Jersey and Maryland. As she did for THE RIVER KING, my daughter, an accomplished artist, Emily Rose Romano, was kind enough to provide the cover art. This time around, she has added a number of watercolors to complement the stories found in RIVER FLOWERS.

I also want to thank Jerry and Rick Kustich whose company, West River Media, published this book. Both are well-known for their angling accomplishments over many years—Jerry, as author and bamboo rod maker, Rick as author, instructor and expert on fishing for Musky and Steelhead.

I look forward to catching up with those of you whom I’ve met in the past and meeting some new readers as I appear at various fly-fishing shows, T.U. Chapters, and fishing clubs to help promote the book. If you haven’t already done so, you may wish to consider taking advantage of the pre-publication offer that will expire on December fifteenth.



2 Responses to “BLACK FRIDAY – SORT OF”

  1. Lewis Bell Says:

    Bob- Thanks for the reminder. About the time of your last email, I also received a letter regarding the new book. Stupidly (often the case with me), I forgot to send my payment to reserve a copy. I will mail check this weekend and look forward to some good reading.

    Notice the large type – I have misplaced my readers.

    Best, Lewis Bell


  2. forgottentrout Says:

    Lew, you’re too funny! no worries. The book is due for release shortly. A copy is waiting for you.

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