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    Hey y'all!

    So a few folks ended up picking up spare copies of a cool book (Dog Days o' Summer! I kind of loved the book. Short, sharp, and fun. I'm not even usually into werewolves, but it struck a cord and held it to the end.) someone else had requested. Made me want to choose a few items from our out-of-print stacks and from our present stock to mention every now and then. Maybe every week or so? Unless that's too often? I'll start off with a lettered OoP, a limited OoP, a limited in stock and a TPB in stock.

    There are only a FEW of the following out-of-print items, so if you wish to purchase, PLEASE contact Mindy at order@cemeterydance.com with your payment information ready (name, address, last four digits and/or paypal email).

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    Smoke and Mirrors - Lettered - PC/OoP -$250
    https://www.cemeterydance.com/smoke-and-mirrors.html
    This book is massive and many flavors of interesting. Not a novel, but a collection of scripts (stage, film, comic). I tend to be a little hesitant on script reading because I'm a sucker for details and prose, but I started it because of how damn cool it looked and no regrets. If you've got tall shelves or script collections or just want a beautiful book with some solid content and a collection of gnarly signatures(Hill, Gaimon, Blatty, Chizmar, etc. Rumor says if you lick the page you can taste their fingerprints...*), may just want to go for it!

    *Do not lick lettered editions.
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    The Red Church - Limited - PC/OoP - $40
    https://www.cemeterydance.com/the-red-church.html
    Coming of age! Cults! Monsters! Gorgeous Graveyard edition book!
    I liked The Red Church. It has a classic vibe that is common in small-town-stranger-danger-bullies-icky-past, but it transcends it a bit by feeling... broader in scope. It's well written. It's got some genuine creepiness to it and some deeply questionable parenting. The edition is beautiful. Worth a read.
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    Touch The Night - Limited - $40
    https://www.cemeterydance.com/touch-the-night.html
    I absolutely love this book. I sing its praises to all sorts of people. It does not make me popular at socially acceptable gatherings (because that's totally the reason I'm not popular at parties...)
    Book follows two kids who get arrested after shenanigans by what appears to be a police officer, but there is no record of them with the local authorities. Also follows their mothers trying to get them back. Also follows utter insanity, deranged supernatural entities, basements full of bear traps, mayhem, gruesomeness, and a truly noteworthy end. Author keeps it all from feeling pulpy though or silly. It is sharp. It is mean. It's scary. It is a helluva read.
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    The Narrator - Paperback - $14
    https://www.cemeterydance.com/the-narrator.html
    Norman is a semi-deity in the anthology world, for how he can bind a bunch of stories into a whole story and keep it all cohesive. Narrator is one such example. It has fantastic imagery, it wastes no time, and it is set up in such a way that each chapter hurtles you through a different miniature horror setting while the overall story still remains the star. I loved it. Short and sweet, but undeniably worthwhile, imo.
    CD Email: danfranklin@cemeterydance.com
    My website: DanFranklinAuthor.com

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    Originally posted by DanFranklin View Post
    Hey y'all!

    So a few folks ended up picking up spare copies of a cool book (Dog Days o' Summer! I kind of loved the book. Short, sharp, and fun. I'm not even usually into werewolves, but it struck a cord and held it to the end.) someone else had requested. Made me want to choose a few items from our out-of-print stacks and from our present stock to mention every now and then. Maybe every week or so? Unless that's too often? I'll start off with a lettered OoP, a limited OoP, a limited in stock and a TPB in stock.

    There are only a FEW of the following out-of-print items, so if you wish to purchase, PLEASE contact Mindy at order@cemeterydance.com with your payment information ready (name, address, last four digits and/or paypal email).

    ---------
    Smoke and Mirrors - Lettered - PC/OoP -$250
    https://www.cemeterydance.com/smoke-and-mirrors.html
    This book is massive and many flavors of interesting. Not a novel, but a collection of scripts (stage, film, comic). I tend to be a little hesitant on script reading because I'm a sucker for details and prose, but I started it because of how damn cool it looked and no regrets. If you've got tall shelves or script collections or just want a beautiful book with some solid content and a collection of gnarly signatures(Hill, Gaimon, Blatty, Chizmar, etc. Rumor says if you lick the page you can taste their fingerprints...*), may just want to go for it!

    *Do not lick lettered editions.
    --------
    The Red Church - Limited - PC/OoP - $40
    https://www.cemeterydance.com/the-red-church.html
    Coming of age! Cults! Monsters! Gorgeous Graveyard edition book!
    I liked The Red Church. It has a classic vibe that is common in small-town-stranger-danger-bullies-icky-past, but it transcends it a bit by feeling... broader in scope. It's well written. It's got some genuine creepiness to it and some deeply questionable parenting. The edition is beautiful. Worth a read.
    --------
    Touch The Night - Limited - $40
    https://www.cemeterydance.com/touch-the-night.html
    I absolutely love this book. I sing its praises to all sorts of people. It does not make me popular at socially acceptable gatherings (because that's totally the reason I'm not popular at parties...)
    Book follows two kids who get arrested after shenanigans by what appears to be a police officer, but there is no record of them with the local authorities. Also follows their mothers trying to get them back. Also follows utter insanity, deranged supernatural entities, basements full of bear traps, mayhem, gruesomeness, and a truly noteworthy end. Author keeps it all from feeling pulpy though or silly. It is sharp. It is mean. It's scary. It is a helluva read.
    --------
    The Narrator - Paperback - $14
    https://www.cemeterydance.com/the-narrator.html
    Norman is a semi-deity in the anthology world, for how he can bind a bunch of stories into a whole story and keep it all cohesive. Narrator is one such example. It has fantastic imagery, it wastes no time, and it is set up in such a way that each chapter hurtles you through a different miniature horror setting while the overall story still remains the star. I loved it. Short and sweet, but undeniably worthwhile, imo.
    I think posting new items every week would be great and is something I will be looking forward to in the upcoming weeks! These are some great finds so far. If I didn't already own the hardcover titles, I would be all over purchasing them. Don't really purchase softcovers these days as there's not enough space or money. Can't wait to see what your next finds will be!

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