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  • sholloman81
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post

    Wasn’t that supposed to be kept quiet still . This was an expensive weekend as I not only purchased this and the Earthling book. Plus I was able to fill a a couple of holes in my search to complete my Cemetery Dance novella series. Time to put the wallet in the safe for a few weeks.
    I sure hope not. I assumed that it would be ok to post since the bundle had sold out by the time of my post but if I am incorrect, I definitely apologize. It has been an expensive week for me as well. Between the P. Djl Clark book from SubPress, the Keene book from Thunderstorm, and now the Malerman book from Earthling, my wallet is feeling much lighter. I'm just proud of myself for holding off on the new Suntup offering. It wasn't really my sort of book, but, that didn't stop me from wanting a copy to keep my run of AGE's from them complete. Am hoping that nothing that I want will be announced for awhile.

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  • bookworm 1
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    Originally posted by sholloman81 View Post
    Took advantage this morning of the special Tremblay bundle that was offered by SST. Included "The Little Sleep & No Sleep Til Wonderland". Had passed on these when they were announced by Thunderstorm press and am now very glad that I did as the SST version will match the other Tremblay books that SST previously published and will also include extra bonus materials that the Thunderstorm versions do not offer. I also think that the artwork from Daniele Serra looks superior to the artwork that was chosen by Thunderstorm. Just my opinion.
    Wasn’t that supposed to be kept quiet still . This was an expensive weekend as I not only purchased this and the Earthling book. Plus I was able to fill a a couple of holes in my search to complete my Cemetery Dance novella series. Time to put the wallet in the safe for a few weeks.

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  • sholloman81
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    Took advantage this morning of the special Tremblay bundle that was offered by SST. Included "The Little Sleep & No Sleep Til Wonderland". Had passed on these when they were announced by Thunderstorm press and am now very glad that I did as the SST version will match the other Tremblay books that SST previously published and will also include extra bonus materials that the Thunderstorm versions do not offer. I also think that the artwork from Daniele Serra looks superior to the artwork that was chosen by Thunderstorm. Just my opinion.

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    Got a shipping notice for the non fiction Block book yesterday. I've been reading a lot of his stuff recently as I found quite a bit of his old paperbacks at a local thrift store. I've always been a fan but some of the stuff I've been reading is corny as hell. So it is going to be great to read about his writing in this book.

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    Got my notice as well…as a longtime Block fan, I’m really looking forward to it.

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  • bookworm 1
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    Got a shipping notice for the non fiction Block book yesterday. I've been reading a lot of his stuff recently as I found quite a bit of his old paperbacks at a local thrift store. I've always been a fan but some of the stuff I've been reading is corny as hell. So it is going to be great to read about his writing in this book.

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  • swintek
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    Originally posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    Another new Lansdale book from SST was announced yesterday. After I learned I wasn't getting it from Camelot, I realized I missed the last SST Lansdale so I just ordered those today.

    $115 after shipping and discount isn't too bad for two books from the UK.
    And, the quality for the price can't be beat. Love these SST Lansdale editions.

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  • TacomaDiver
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    Another new Lansdale book from SST was announced yesterday. After I learned I wasn't getting it from Camelot, I realized I missed the last SST Lansdale so I just ordered those today.

    $115 after shipping and discount isn't too bad for two books from the UK.

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  • RonClinton
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    I’m a huge Block fan as well as a fan of writer memoirs (in fact, I just picked up Jeff Strand’s) and books about publishing history, so this SST trifecta was a Must Have for me.

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  • slayn666
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    Block is an absolutely phenomenal writer, everyone unfamiliar with his stuff should go pick up something by him. HCC has published a bunch of his titles.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    I’m on the fence about this one . Hopefully I can make up my mind before it sells out
    I’m also on the fence about the Block book. this sounds interesting, but I’m not familiar with Block’s work so this might wind up as a pass.

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  • joejets
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    My guess is King wrote a special introduction as he didn't co-author this volume, but did/will for the first and third volume. Would really be pleasantly surprised if he signs it.

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  • mhatchett
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    Lawrence Block is a National Living Literary Treasure, the last of the Gold medal boys. I recently read his Crime Of Our Lives, what an interesting read.

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  • sholloman81
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
    Looking more forward to the 3rd Gwendy book. Paul did great work on the 1st two.
    At this point, I almost wish I had purchased the limited Gwendy's books from SST rather than CD as SST seems to be able to produce their books at a much quicker pace right now. Don't get me wrong, I love CD, but the wait for the limited of Gwendy's Magic Feather has been really annoying. I don't buy trade hardcovers if I purchase a limited; so, I still haven't been able to read the 2nd Gwendy book yet. At this point, I'm really hoping that the "exclusive bonus from Stephen King that won't appear in any other editions" that CD is supposed to be including in the limited edition will make me feel as though it has been worth the wait but am not holding my breath. If anyone has heard what that bonus content might be, I would love to know.

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  • Brian861
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    Looking more forward to the 3rd Gwendy book. Paul did great work on the 1st two.

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  • bookworm 1
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    I’m on the fence about this one . Hopefully I can make up my mind before it sells out

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