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    #16
    Today's Featured eBooks:
    Sides by Peter Straub and Elsewhere by William Peter Blatty!



    Hi Folks!

    Before we get to today's TWO featured eBooks, we wanted to say thanks again to everyone who is ordering and promoting our "All You Can Read" eBook membership program for 2012. We've been blown away by your support and we appreciate you posting about the deal on your Facebook walls, Twitter feeds, blogs, and message boards!

    (If you've already signed up for the "All You Can Read" eBook membership program, your personalized coupon code will be generated as soon as we reach your order, but it will take a little while due to the surge in orders Mindy is processing right now. Thanks for your patience!)

    In the meantime, we're very pleased to announce today's TWO featured eBooks: Sides by Peter Straub and Elsewhere by William Peter Blatty! Click on the links below to read more and to place your order if you're not going to sign up for the "All You Can Read" eBook program.

    CLICK HERE for more information on Sides by Peter Straub

    CLICK HERE for more information on Elsewhere by William Peter Blatty
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      #17
      Today's Featured eBook:
      Titanic 2012 by Bill Walker (Revised & Updated Edition!)


      About the Book:
      Best-selling mystery novelist Trevor Hughes has no idea that attending his twentieth reunion at Harvard will forever change his life.

      Persuaded to go by his on-again-off-again girlfriend, Dr. Julia Magnusson, he meets up with three old friends: Solly Rubens, a self-made Wall Street millionaire; Ken Faust, a successful software entrepreneur; and Harlan Astor, New York real estate tycoon and the glue that holds their circle together.

      That afternoon, over drinks at the Harvard Club, Harlan drops his bombshell: He is doing what James Cameron did not -- he is rebuilding the Titanic, and sailing the ship on the hundredth anniversary to honor those who died, including his great-grandfather, John Jacob Astor IV. Only Trevor is intrigued by Harlan's audacity. Touched by his friend's interest and concern, Harlan invites him on the maiden voyage to serve as the official chronicler.

      On April 10, 2012, Trevor journeys to Southampton and, along with the hundreds of handpicked passengers, boards the Titanic. He is awed by the immensity of the ship and the feelings that well up in him. His friend has made his grand dream a reality.

      During the journey, armed with his iPod Touch and a miniature wireless camera hidden in his glasses, Trevor interviews both passengers and crew, eager to learn the reasons why they chose to sail on the reborn ship.

      Nearly every one of them claims to have been profoundly affected by Cameron's film, wanting to recapture the magic for themselves. And some of them are dying -- their last wish to be on the maiden voyage of the new Titanic.

      Trevor is touched that his friend has allowed these people to come aboard, and is unprepared when he meets Madeleine Regehr, a beautiful, free-spirited woman who resists his entreaties to be interviewed, intriguing Trevor all the more. Slowly, and inexorably, Maddy draws him out of his shell, allowing him to love deeply and completely, for the very first time in his life.

      But Trevor soon discovers a darker purpose for the voyage, a purpose that threatens to destroy him and the woman he loves. In a race against time that pits friend against friend, Trevor must stop the unstoppable or risk a horrific replay of history...


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        #18
        Today's Featured eBook:
        A Life In the Cinema by Mick Garris
        Introduction by Stephen King, Afterword by Tobe Hooper, Cover Art by Clive Barker



        Hi Folks!

        We're very pleased to announce the newest addition to our eBook line, the first-ever eBook edition of A Life In the Cinema, the first collection of stories by Mick Garris!

        A Life In the Cinema
        by Mick Garris

        Introduction by Stephen King, Afterword by Tobe Hooper, Cover Art by Clive Barker

        About the Book:
        A Life In the Cinema is the first book from award-winning filmmaker Mick Garris. This collection of eight prickly tales and a screenplay reach under the skin of real life and reel life to take you places you never realized you wanted to go.

        The title story, "A Life in the Cinema" and its sequel, "Starfucker", are set in the author's hometown of Hollywood, and provide a yellow-jaundiced look at a world you only thought was glamorous.

        As Stephen King, in his introduction, says: "Here is a real Hollywood insider writing about the real inside world of filmmaking: the good, the bad, and the cheesy. These stories are both erotic and cynical, but they are above all well and fiercely told-when he's yarning about the tarnished tinsel underbelly of the town he knows (and clearly loves) the best, Mick Garris writes like a combination of Robert Bloch and James Ellroy, hardboiled noir with a ghastly little prick of the devil's own pitchfork."

        Not all of the stories are Hollywood-based: Garris includes tales of a grandmother who is just as loving in death as she was in life, a geriatric trailer park with a randy secret, wistful and impossible love with a twist, the wrong kind of baby-love, and a deathly brush with fame. The book is capped with a screenplay by Garris, as well as "Chocolate", the story it's based on, providing, as King puts it, "a textbook seminar in the art and craft of adapting one's own work."

        So welcome to a dark side of Hollywood you've never seen before...

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          #19
          Excellent! It will be mine..oh yes it will. As soon as I get home from work I was hoping this one would become available after Development Hell was released as an ebook so thank you CD!

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