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    CD Novella Series

    I'm a huge fan of the CD Novella Series. Using today top author's and new comers these novella rock. Quality story telling ..So on a different Forum and Thread I asked Brian if he could spill any beans on what CD has in store for us fans? Here's what he said, "We have four books for the series at various stages of production, and we just signed a contract for a fifth. We're waiting to announce them until they're closer to publication, but several will be announced this year. We're really excited about this next batch -- it's a good mix of "new" CD authors and some established authors you might not expect.".. Pretty cool if you ask me!

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    This is definitely good news. The first signed book I purchased from Cemetery Dance was The Corpse King by Tim Curran, and I thought it was terrific. The novella format, I believe, exemplifies the characteristics of horror stories better than any other, long enough to immerse oneself in the story, but short enough so as not to lose interest, and to ensure that the creepy elements crop up early and often.

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    I love the Novella Series so far. Still working on getting more of them, but it's slow since there are so many other books I want as well, lol

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    im a little bit on the 'low income' side of collecting as of late, but i love the horror novella format above all others. any chance of a " cheep " collected edition of some of the rarest novellas, in an oversized paperback doorstop omnibus kind of thing? maybe print on newsprint and use cheep ink that rubs off when you touch it i don't care i just want to read these stories! I just can't afford them or I would save up just in time for the one i want to be out of print. i have managed to find a few used ones on ebay ( DARK HARVEST by NORMAN PARTRIDGE really blew my mind ), but for the most part i am SOL.

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    I would love to see the early Novella Series books collected in a trade omnibus....or even ebook versions for people who just want to be able to read them.

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    I completely agree, Dark Harvest is a great read.
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    DARK HARVEST by NORMAN PARTRIDGE really blew my mind.

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    This is one of my lifetime subs. I was fairly lucky when the sub was offered. I found someone that had almost the whole series, at that time. that wanted to sell them. I have all matching numbers except for one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree705 View Post
    This is one of my lifetime subs. I was fairly lucky when the sub was offered. I found someone that had almost the whole series, at that time. that wanted to sell them. I have all matching numbers except for one.
    That's very cool Rich!!!! I have the novella series from #10 onwards with my regular LT deal. I wish I had the early ones, but they are way to costly now to pick up all 9 of them.

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    I have a set (not matching # ) that is new and unread!..

    So what Author would you guys like to see CD publish in this Series?
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    Looks like #23 is Torn by Lee Thomas!!! Sweeeeet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danny View Post
    Looks like #23 is Torn by Lee Thomas!!! Sweeeeet.
    Yep. It's a good read, definitely plan to purchase it when it's available for sale

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    I could use a new Simon Clark!!

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    Simon Clark in the Series would be nice!
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    Well, the latest Novella Series TORN by Lee Thomas is up for preorder. Love the Art work, looks like another Winner CD!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danny View Post
    Simon Clark in the Series would be nice!
    I little bit late but I wholeheartedly agree!

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    Looks like a new book for the series will be announced later this month
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    # 24 Snow Shadows by Mick Garris!!!Love the cover art!
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    Me too! Can't wait to read this one!

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    Snow Shadows is in the house! Next week I should have Torn on the door step ... I'll name few established authors I like to see in this Series James A Moore,Simon Clark,Tim Lebbon, Jonathan Mayberry, Gary A. Braunbeck and Joe R Lansdale. And a few new comers William Ollie, Kelli Owen, Nate Southard, Ron Malfi, Micheal Mcbride and Randy Chandler. Just naming a few.
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    Who else would you like to see in this Series?
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