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    I know I want one -two!
    Both editions.
    Once I'm back from my vacation, I'll check if they're still available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Freeman View Post
    Ha, yeah the title is going to change... More news to come by the end of the year if Rich ever finalizes his TOC! The authors he's waiting on are, um, really well liked. That's all I can say.

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    Any update guys on the TOC or further clues as to the authors? I'm hoping there's at least one Richard Laymon tale in the mix

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    Not quite ready for a formal update yet, but I'll post more news as soon as I can.
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    Thanks Brian. If it's anything like its predecessor, it's going to be an amazing tome!

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    I think its about time for an update on this one...lol

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    Agreed!

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    I'll 3rd that!

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    I've asked Richard, but I haven't heard any news in a while, so I'm not sure where it stands. Will find out!

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    I'd settle for the new title or knowing if one specific author was involved

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    Now what author might that be. I would like to see a new story from the editor it has been to long since we have heard from him.
    Quote Originally Posted by Teriw View Post
    I'd settle for the new title or knowing if one specific author was involved

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    Teriw loves Dean Koontz. Teriw + Deany sitting in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n -- BANG!




    Okay, it's Stephen. Put the gun down Teriw.

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    I thought u did need to be committed when i first started reading that. lol

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    Hedda, Teri, Squire - can you please, please, please share whatever it is you guys are having

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    Yea I could really use some of that too...
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    its called bordum...8hrs a day 4 days a week...get used to it.

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    Matey, being twice your age, there's not too much you'll be able to teach me about boredom, particularly as it relates to work

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    I'd like to know what you do to be bored at work and still afford all those SK books.

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    Well, said that I was bored (if you've been doing the same type of work for 30 years it does become a little ... humdrum ...) However, I did not say that I didn't get paid well for the privilege of being bored

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant Wootton View Post
    (if you've been doing the same type of work for 30 years it does become a little ... humdrum ...)
    Beg to differ, Grant.
    I've been teaching for close to forty years and I don't think I've ever been bored yet - seriously.
    The last couple of years I've been teaching our hardcore Rotterdam adolescents. I love teaching, but these kids don't make this an easy job. Each day's a new challenge I gladly accept. The highlight's always the same: kids succeeding in where they failed before. Seeing a smile on those faces when they realise they are capable of more, much more, than (they) thought possible.
    Of course there are heartbreaking moments, when kids you love are picked up by our local police , put in handcuffs and locked away for a couple of years.

    Still, I wouldn't trade my job for any other.

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