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    Quote Originally Posted by c marvel View Post
    I received More Than Midnight by Brian James Freeman (Brian found and sent me a copy of MTM). A Hard Case Crime The Colorado Kid by Stephen King paperback and the one book I did order before my vacation time off - The SL Night Wraith by Christopher Fulbright and Angeline Hawkes from SST Publications.


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    Both More Than Midnight and Colorado Kid are great reads, congratulations!

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    A couple new acquisitions arrived together today...that was one big box, I tell ya!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    A couple new acquisitions arrived together today...that was one big box, I tell ya!

    Nice additions!

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    Nice, Ron!

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    They look like beautiful books.

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    Thanks, guys -- yes, they are quite beautiful. I question a bit my splurge to buy the S/L of THE BEST OF SUBTERRANEAN rather than the trade, given my 'meh' take on most fantasy and contemporary sci-fi (which presumably this collection may (or may not) contain), but I'm also a bit of an anthology fan, so it made sense at the time. I hope it'll justify the cost. I am certainly excited and pleased and confident about SWAN SONG, though...while I have an inscribed 1st HC trade of it (the Dark Harvest HC), I'm thrilled to add this new S/L to my collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    Super cool, Ron! Love the inscription. Isn't that bottom right one an AC/DC lyric?

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    Not sure, but it wouldn't surprise me. Will prefaces all his Too Much Horror Fiction blog posts with an allusion to a song lyric, so that would make sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    Super cool, Ron! Love the inscription. Isn't that bottom right one an AC/DC lyric?
    It is lyrics and the name of the song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    It is lyrics and the name of the song.
    Hell ain’t a bad place
    Hell is from here to eternity
    ~ Iron Maiden \m/

    (At least that’s what I hear in my head.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    Hell ain’t a bad place
    Hell is from here to eternity
    ~ Iron Maiden \m/

    (At least that’s what I hear in my head.)
    Here is what I hear:


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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    Hell ain’t a bad place
    Hell is from here to eternity
    ~ Iron Maiden \m/

    (At least that’s what I hear in my head.)
    That's what was playing in my head too.

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    Both songs and the book are great there end it now. . I really want a croc paperbacks from help. That book looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    It is lyrics and the name of the song.
    Ah. Thought so, Martin. Thanks!

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    Regarding the book itself, I finished it over the last two nights, and it's just as good as you've likely heard...for those of us who've been reading the genre for a long while (me: 30 years) and were there in the '80s boom and the '90s bust, it's a bittersweet stroll down memory lane. For those who are new to it all, it'll be a great introduction to what many of us Old Timers think of as the Good 'Ol Days, when bookstores proliferated and horror pbos in all their silver foil glory stared up at us on shelves everywhere. My only complaint is that it's not longer...hopefully there'll be a sequel down the road.

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    Got tired of my To Be Read (TBR) pile(s) being stacked up three different piles on the floor in my otherwise organized and clean office/library...too damn messy and seemed like unsightly testaments to my lack of restraint.

    While it's still abundantly clear I have far too many books in my TBR pile and have no cause to buy new books (and yet, of course, I will ), especially given my reduced reading time of late -- at least now they're organized and all together in one spot (though I still had to put a small pile on the side on the floor...oh well). Cheap DVD tower only cost $40 today, but pays big dividends in organizational peace of mind.


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