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    PAPERBACK EDITIONS OF KIN & OTHERS...

    Hey All:

    Just thought there might be some folks here interested to know that a number of my books, previously only available either in digital or out of print hardcover, have been released as paperbacks:

    KIN
    CURRENCY OF SOULS
    MASTER OF THE MOORS
    THE NUMBER 121 TO PENNSYLVANIA & OTHERS

    RAVENOUS GHOSTS will follow soon!

    All the best,

    Kealan

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    Great news! I will be looking for Currency of Souls and Master of the Moors this weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Great news! I will be looking for Currency of Souls and Master of the Moors this weekend!
    Thanks Martin!

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    Already got the paperbacks of Currency and Master.Own the hard cover limited of the other 2. Looking forward to more pb releases.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kealan Patrick Burke View Post
    Thanks Martin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kealan Patrick Burke View Post
    Hey All:

    Just thought there might be some folks here interested to know that a number of my books, previously only available either in digital or out of print hardcover, have been released as paperbacks:

    KIN
    CURRENCY OF SOULS
    MASTER OF THE MOORS
    THE NUMBER 121 TO PENNSYLVANIA & OTHERS

    RAVENOUS GHOSTS will follow soon!

    All the best,

    Kealan
    Very good news. Are you publishing these yourself? Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    Already got the paperbacks of Currency and Master.Own the hard cover limited of the other 2. Looking forward to more pb releases.
    Thank you sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by copefiend2 View Post
    Very good news. Are you publishing these yourself? Just curious.
    I am indeed, Tim!

    Here is a picture of CURRENCY:

    CurrencyPaperback.jpg

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    Are they available at major retailers? I am planning on hitting Powell's to look for these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kealan Patrick Burke View Post
    I am indeed, Tim!
    Awesome. This is even a better reason to buy these books. Congrats and best of luck.

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    Great news!

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    Might have to get Currency of Souls when I get money. I still wanna get a hold of The Number 121 as well, though I might still stick with finding a HC copy. Knowing how I am with short story collections (I have a few, mostly from CD, but I am not good about actually reading them. I still haven't even finished Shivers VI or any of the other large collections I have gotten, lol) it isn't a high priority though.
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    Thanks for the heads up Kealan. I found out about you through CD. Although I have yet to read one of your books, I do plan on getting one. Heard lots of good reviews.
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    I highly recommend Kin TJ! Its a great one to start out with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJCams View Post
    Thanks for the heads up Kealan. I found out about you through CD. Although I have yet to read one of your books, I do plan on getting one. Heard lots of good reviews.
    Do you read eBooks? The Turtle Boy is free on Amazon Kindle (Don't need an actual Kindle to read it either), or 4.99 for the whole Timmy Quinn series, which starts with Turle Boy.
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    Hey Martin! Honestly, I'm not sure. They can be ordered by the stores, but I don't have any reports yet of them appearing there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copefiend2 View Post
    Awesome. This is even a better reason to buy these books. Congrats and best of luck.
    Thanks Tim! I have to admit, it's been a fun and enlightening process doing everything from the design to the promotion myself (and I will never bitch about a publisher again -- it's a lot of work.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by peteOcha View Post
    Great news!
    Thanks Pete!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJK1981 View Post
    Might have to get Currency of Souls when I get money. I still wanna get a hold of The Number 121 as well, though I might still stick with finding a HC copy. Knowing how I am with short story collections (I have a few, mostly from CD, but I am not good about actually reading them. I still haven't even finished Shivers VI or any of the other large collections I have gotten, lol) it isn't a high priority though.
    CD's version of THE NUMBER 121 is far and away the superior one, and easily one of my all-time favorite books. It's a gorgeous edition. If you can track it down, definitely try and snag a copy.

    And I'm with you on collections. I'm the same. I think, unlike novels, they exist to be savored bit by bit over time. I have some collections and anthologies here that I've been reading for ten years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJCams View Post
    Thanks for the heads up Kealan. I found out about you through CD. Although I have yet to read one of your books, I do plan on getting one. Heard lots of good reviews.
    Hey thanks, TJ, and I'm glad you found me! As others have said here, I would recommend KIN or THE TURTLE BOY as good places to start. If you do take the chance, I hope you enjoy them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kealan Patrick Burke View Post
    CD's version of THE NUMBER 121 is far and away the superior one, and easily one of my all-time favorite books. It's a gorgeous edition. If you can track it down, definitely try and snag a copy.

    And I'm with you on collections. I'm the same. I think, unlike novels, they exist to be savored bit by bit over time. I have some collections and anthologies here that I've been reading for ten years.
    I do plan to get it, though not sure when yet. Need money first. Will end up having to make room for it on one of my bookcases that has contains all my Signed Limited Editions and unsigned books from companies like Cemetery Dance, but that shouldn't be a problem since I still have some non-small press hardcovers on one of the bookcases. Will probably wait until I move somewhere else though as I will need to purchase another bookcase as well anyway since I am running out of room (less than a shelf left, lol) and have over 20 books on orde still!

    I did read King's Full Dark, No Stars straight through without switching to something else between stories, but that is the only collection that has happened with, and was partly because I was just hanging out with my girlfriend (Who I married less than a year later) as well as taking care of her since she had seriously hurt her ankle not too long before Christmas and there was no way she was going anywhere like that and needed help with doing most things since she couldn't walk. That also allowed her family to be able to keep their plans instead of cancelling at the last minute. Don't think either of us will forget that one, lol, was our first Christmas together. Was also the first (and so far only) King collection I have read. I'm sure if it wasn't for the circumstances surrounding it I wouldn't remember when it was I read that collection though. Had to guess on when I read a few books when marking them as read on Goodreads.

    Oh, and I would agree with Kin being a good start too. Still reading it, but am loving it. Would be finished by now, but took November off from reading pretty much due to NaNoWriMo and finally have started reading a lot again a couple days ago. Read a little when at my in-laws, but had finished part one of Kin at the end of Oct. so I figured I was at the perfect stopping point and didn't want to start and not continue the next part.
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