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  • jeffingoff
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
    I guess I'll be getting a June box (saw Hill listed there) I'm sure it's been stated elsewhere, but can you just get a box for specific month rather than an subscription?
    Well, you sign up for a month-to-month subscription and then just cancel after you get it. OR sometimes they'll put past month boxes for sale in the store and you can just buy one there.

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  • Brian861
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    In case you're still looking for one of these, Martin:

    Locke & Key Coloring Book

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  • Brian861
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    I guess I'll be getting a June box (saw Hill listed there) I'm sure it's been stated elsewhere, but can you just get a box for specific month rather than an subscription?

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  • bookworm 1
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    Originally posted by Martin View Post
    I hope you enjoy Haven more than I did. It had all the elements I love but I just found I did not care. Have you read Apex? If yes, did you enjoy it?
    Thanks, I hope I enjoy it as well. I have read about half of the last issue. I like what I have read. I used to read it on a more regular basis a few years ago. More fantasy then horror but a good mix of both along with interviews and more. Alex also publishes books. In fact a couple of months the ago I believe there was one in one of the boxes.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    I was very pleased with the books. I missed out on Haven and am looking forward to reading it. Also the short story collection Eternal Frankenstein looks really interesting. The shirt is one of my favorite ones they have done. I love it almost as much as I loved the book. One of the best vampire stories ever written in my opinion. I also thought it was really cool to get another issue of Apex magazine.
    I hope you enjoy Haven more than I did. It had all the elements I love but I just found I did not care. Have you read Apex? If yes, did you enjoy it?

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  • bookworm 1
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    Originally posted by Martin View Post
    May 2018 Nocturnal Reader's Box:
    My first box was June 2017 so this marks a year of subscribing to this box.
    Really cool shirt this month from Robert McCammon's They Thirst
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    Drink cup from Joe R Lansdale's The Drive In:
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    A pretty cool pin that may or at not be from Stephen King's Christine:
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    They do not mention it in the contents.

    An extremely cheap compact mirror from Richard Laymon's Traveling Vampire Show.
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    Side Note: Jeffingoff you need to read this book, it is a great read!

    The art print this month is replaced by three postcards with quotes from Anne Rice books:
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    The post cards are cool but I could not care less about the books!
    I was very pleased with the books. I missed out on Haven and am looking forward to reading it. Also the short story collection Eternal Frankenstein looks really interesting. The shirt is one of my favorite ones they have done. I love it almost as much as I loved the book. One of the best vampire stories ever written in my opinion. I also thought it was really cool to get another issue of Apex magazine.

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  • Martin
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    NRB Concluded:
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  • Martin
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    NRB Continued:

    Bookmark:
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    Another issue of Apex magazine:
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    I have not even looked at the last one. I need to check them out.

    Paperback copy of Have by Tom Deady:
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    My view on this one is not as strong as Jeffingoffs (If you don't know what I mean, watch his unboxing video) but I too have the signed limited and was less than overwhelmed by the story. Another copy was not needed. In a year I have only received two books that gave me the response of, they did not need to include that one. This one and Peter Straub's Pork Pie Hat, so that is not bad since I have received about 26 books from them.

    The new release looks pretty cool.
    Eternal Frankenstein:
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    Got signed copy. Not sure by who, will try to figure that out at a later time.

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  • Martin
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    May 2018 Nocturnal Reader's Box:
    My first box was June 2017 so this marks a year of subscribing to this box.
    Really cool shirt this month from Robert McCammon's They Thirst
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    Drink cup from Joe R Lansdale's The Drive In:
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    A pretty cool pin that may or at not be from Stephen King's Christine:
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    They do not mention it in the contents.

    An extremely cheap compact mirror from Richard Laymon's Traveling Vampire Show.
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    Side Note: Jeffingoff you need to read this book, it is a great read!

    The art print this month is replaced by three postcards with quotes from Anne Rice books:
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    The post cards are cool but I could not care less about the books!

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  • Martin
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    Book two of the Graveyard series:
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    Family Photo:
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  • Martin
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    As discussed on this forum one of the perks of subscribing to Brian James Freemans Patreon account you get Chapbooks twice a year. The most recent is stunning:
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    PS. the paper on the cover has a very silky feel to it.

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  • RonClinton
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    Ah, okay — thanks.

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  • TacomaDiver
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post
    What’s the origin / story behind this chapbook you’re all speaking of?
    I was going to ask the same question, but didn't want to feel like I missed something obvious.

    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    I believe it's a perk for Brian's Patron page.
    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
    Correct.
    Thanks guys!

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    I believe it's a perk for Brian's Patron page.
    Correct.

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  • bookworm 1
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post
    What’s the origin / story behind this chapbook you’re all speaking of?
    I believe it's a perk for Brian's Patron page.

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