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    #16
    Got my copy - I'll get to read it one of these days! So many books, so little time.

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      #17
      Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post
      Got my copy - I'll get to read it one of these days! So many books, so little time.
      Ain't that the truth! Thanks for grabbing a copy!

      Brian
      Brian James Freeman
      brianfreeman@cemeterydance.com

      Cemetery Dance Publications: http://www.CemeteryDance.com
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        #18
        http://www.fearnet.com/news/b25260_b..._by_brian.html A great review of Brian James Freeman's Seven Stories was just posted on FEARnet!

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          #19
          Thanks Brian !
          Do you plan to put it also on CD store ? I totally against DRM, so if you do I'll avoid removing it
          ps: I've got it from amazon.it

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            #20
            Originally posted by th3l0rd View Post
            Thanks Brian !
            Do you plan to put it also on CD store ? I totally against DRM, so if you do I'll avoid removing it
            ps: I've got it from amazon.it
            Seven Stories was only meant to be a temporary eBook, kind of a test case I put together the other year, but I didn't bother to take it down yet. At some point I need to because these stories will be in my new collections coming out later this year, which eventually will have DRM free eBook editions.

            Brian
            Brian James Freeman
            brianfreeman@cemeterydance.com

            Cemetery Dance Publications: http://www.CemeteryDance.com
            Lonely Road Books: http://www.LonelyRoadBooks.com
            Lividian Publications: http://www.Lividian.com
            My Writing: http://www.BrianJamesFreeman.com

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              #21
              I added Brian's free eBook to deals.woot.com for the last day of the sale (would've done it sooner if I had realized I could.... doh!). If you guys would be so kind as to give it a plus one that'd be great! Thanks.

              http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/...kindle-store#0
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                #22
                Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
                I added Brian's free eBook to deals.woot.com for the last day of the sale (would've done it sooner if I had realized I could.... doh!). If you guys would be so kind as to give it a plus one that'd be great! Thanks.

                http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/...kindle-store#0
                Thanks, Dan!

                Brian
                Brian James Freeman
                brianfreeman@cemeterydance.com

                Cemetery Dance Publications: http://www.CemeteryDance.com
                Lonely Road Books: http://www.LonelyRoadBooks.com
                Lividian Publications: http://www.Lividian.com
                My Writing: http://www.BrianJamesFreeman.com

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                  #23
                  Read the first story in the collection last night. Very good visuals, nice smooth dialogue, good story. Looking forward to the rest.
                  "What shall I say when my lord comes a calling? What shall I say when he knocks on my door? What shall I say when his feet enter softly? Leaving the marks of his grave on my floor."

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by Hedda Gabler View Post
                    Read the first story in the collection last night. Very good visuals, nice smooth dialogue, good story. Looking forward to the rest.
                    Thank you! Hope you like the rest!

                    Brian
                    Brian James Freeman
                    brianfreeman@cemeterydance.com

                    Cemetery Dance Publications: http://www.CemeteryDance.com
                    Lonely Road Books: http://www.LonelyRoadBooks.com
                    Lividian Publications: http://www.Lividian.com
                    My Writing: http://www.BrianJamesFreeman.com

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                      #25
                      I was really pleased with this collection of stories. I think my favorite was The Punishment Room, I found that had a nice little twist and a very interesting concept.

                      But, in A Dreamlike State, something about this part of it said something to me personally.

                      "Years would pass and he'd forget the Dark Country, but the nightmares wouldn't end and peaceful sleep would never return, not even after he fled the valley and the town where his personal demons roamed like Gods."

                      That is brilliant. Is it okay that I quoted that?
                      "What shall I say when my lord comes a calling? What shall I say when he knocks on my door? What shall I say when his feet enter softly? Leaving the marks of his grave on my floor."

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                        #26
                        Not a bad story in the bunch. The stories are in no way related but the general theme's of the stories go well together. I moved right from Seven Stories to Kealan Patrick Burkes The Grief Frequency. This book is in line with the stories from Brian. Both really good reads.

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by Hedda Gabler View Post
                          But, in A Dreamlike State, something about this part of it said something to me personally.

                          "Years would pass and he'd forget the Dark Country, but the nightmares wouldn't end and peaceful sleep would never return, not even after he fled the valley and the town where his personal demons roamed like Gods."
                          A Dreamlike State is part of a much longer work, and that has always been one of my favorite lines. Thanks for posting it!

                          Brian
                          Brian James Freeman
                          brianfreeman@cemeterydance.com

                          Cemetery Dance Publications: http://www.CemeteryDance.com
                          Lonely Road Books: http://www.LonelyRoadBooks.com
                          Lividian Publications: http://www.Lividian.com
                          My Writing: http://www.BrianJamesFreeman.com

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                            #28
                            Any plans for the longer work to be available? I would like to know the rest of the story.
                            Originally posted by Brian Freeman View Post
                            A Dreamlike State is part of a much longer work, and that has always been one of my favorite lines. Thanks for posting it!

                            Brian

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                              #29
                              Originally posted by Martin View Post
                              Any plans for the longer work to be available? I would like to know the rest of the story.
                              Maybe next year. Due to a lot of old projects finally getting done at the same time, I have seven books coming out this year so I think people are going to be pretty sick of me by December.

                              The story is part of a novel that got shot down by New York -- every editor my agent tried loved it, but they all wanted it to be something different than what it was, so they couldn't sell it to the higher ups. (Probably not enough -- or any -- glittery vampires.) Oh well. I still like the novel the way it is.

                              The short story "The Silent Attic" tells another part of the story, which is referenced in "A Dreamlike State."

                              Brian
                              Brian James Freeman
                              brianfreeman@cemeterydance.com

                              Cemetery Dance Publications: http://www.CemeteryDance.com
                              Lonely Road Books: http://www.LonelyRoadBooks.com
                              Lividian Publications: http://www.Lividian.com
                              My Writing: http://www.BrianJamesFreeman.com

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                                #30
                                To further expand on that answer, part of the reason I put those two short stories out there was to see if there was any interest from readers in this story. I've played around with other ideas for getting the book out there, like a free serial on my blog, but this book is not a gripping "thrill a minute" page turner... it's a slow build, heavy on character... So it might not be ideal for that sort of treatment.

                                (Most of the editors wanted "more excitement" in the first 100 pages, which I couldn't figure out how to provide... it's just not that kind of book. Either the reader will find the characters and their personal mysteries/demons engaging, or they won't...)

                                Brian
                                Brian James Freeman
                                brianfreeman@cemeterydance.com

                                Cemetery Dance Publications: http://www.CemeteryDance.com
                                Lonely Road Books: http://www.LonelyRoadBooks.com
                                Lividian Publications: http://www.Lividian.com
                                My Writing: http://www.BrianJamesFreeman.com

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