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  • slayn666
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    Douglas Clegg has a short story collection on Kindle for .99 that is over 700 pages. It includes The Nightmare chronicles, Night Asylum and the Wild Things collections as well as a bonus novelette. Well worth the price.
    A title or link would be useful :P

    https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...api_tkin_p1_i2

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  • Ben Staad
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    I hadn't read Bedbugs but Occasional Demons has some dimes.

    Originally posted by Martin View Post
    Both of those Hautala books have some great stories.

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  • taost33
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    Douglas Clegg has a short story collection on Kindle for .99 that is over 700 pages. It includes The Nightmare chronicles, Night Asylum and the Wild Things collections as well as a bonus novelette. Well worth the price.
    Thanks, just picked up the Douglas Clegg collections "Lights Out". Great price (.99), the novelette alone is priced higher. Definitely next on my TBR list.

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  • Martin
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    For you fellow Audible members most of the catalog is on sale. Sale runs through 12/13. Most of my wish list is 50% to 75% off. Have to refrain from spending too much money!

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  • bookworm 1
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    Douglas Clegg has a short story collection on Kindle for .99 that is over 700 pages. It includes The Nightmare chronicles, Night Asylum and the Wild Things collections as well as a bonus novelette. Well worth the price.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by brlesh View Post
    Also had a pretty good haul last weekend with the Camelot sale:

    Two Rick Hautala collections (Bedbugs & Occasional Demons)
    Limbus II limited edition
    the Joe Ledger LE of short stories by Jonathan Maberry (can't remember the name right now)
    Darkfuse 4 (completes the set)
    Erotikos (not a big fan of erotic horror, but this had a short story by Brian Lumley & is signed by Lumley)
    Dark City LE (bought this for the Hodge novella; never been a fan of Gerard Houarner)
    volumes 13 - 17 of the illustrated Lovecraft series published by PS Publishing; completes the set)

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    Both of those Hautala books have some great stories.

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  • brlesh
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    Also had a pretty good haul last weekend with the Camelot sale:

    Two Rick Hautala collections (Bedbugs & Occasional Demons)
    Limbus II limited edition
    the Joe Ledger LE of short stories by Jonathan Maberry (can't remember the name right now)
    Darkfuse 4 (completes the set)
    Erotikos (not a big fan of erotic horror, but this had a short story by Brian Lumley & is signed by Lumley)
    Dark City LE (bought this for the Hodge novella; never been a fan of Gerard Houarner)
    volumes 13 - 17 of the illustrated Lovecraft series published by PS Publishing; completes the set)

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  • TacomaDiver
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
    LOL. I might actually have a few laying around.
    #HumbleBrag

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    That's how you know he had actually won the Lottery - I don't think any of us regular Joes can afford an unsigned Joe Hill book.
    LOL. I might actually have a few laying around.

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  • HumphreyBear
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    Originally posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    That's how you know he had actually won the Lottery - I don't think any of us regular Joes can afford an unsigned Joe Hill book.
    True. It will be one of the only Joe Hills I have that hasn't been scrawled upon.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by HumphreyBear View Post
    I know it must look like that, but I have been paying off the top half on layaway for about 8 months. The sales purchases average out to $23 each - many on here would pay as much for a single book as I paid for the 18 books.

    While I was shopping the sale, I had McCammon's Stinger in my cart but by the time I got to the checkout, it was gone. Anyone here like to fess up?

    I also noticed that lots of the Lansdale books I'd been eyeing off were no longer for sale and I was sure that Jeffingoff had beaten me to them - I know he's been buying up on the Lansdales. But then I saw that he resisted, so I should apologise for the awful things I said about you Jeff.
    I am sure the awful things you said about Jeffingoff still apply, just not for the original intent.

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  • TacomaDiver
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    Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post
    An unsigned Joe Hill book? That's quite a rarity!
    That's how you know he had actually won the Lottery - I don't think any of us regular Joes can afford an unsigned Joe Hill book.

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  • Dave1442397
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    Originally posted by HumphreyBear View Post
    Gunpowder by Joe Hill/unsigned state
    An unsigned Joe Hill book? That's quite a rarity!

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  • Ben Staad
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    He was stocking up for his end of the world cabin!!!!

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by HumphreyBear View Post
    I know it must look like that, but I have been paying off the top half on layaway for about 8 months. The sales purchases average out to $23 each - many on here would pay as much for a single book as I paid for the 18 books.

    While I was shopping the sale, I had McCammon's Stinger in my cart but by the time I got to the checkout, it was gone. Anyone here like to fess up?

    I also noticed that lots of the Lansdale books I'd been eyeing off were no longer for sale and I was sure that Jeffingoff had beaten me to them - I know he's been buying up on the Lansdales. But then I saw that he resisted, so I should apologise for the awful things I said about you Jeff.
    I always seem to be in hock with Camelot myself.

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