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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    I just bought the new (pre-order of) Richard Chizmar novella from Subterranean Press. Hey, Jeff, if like me you hadn’t already used your $25 prize, this makes a great item for that...$10 is a very nice price for what will, I’m sure, be a great read.
    Yeah, you see I have no impulse control. So as soon as I had access to that code, I used it on Coco Butternut. I told myself, I said "Jeff, just wait and see what's on the horizon! Let's see what's new that you'll be itching for!" But like everyone else, I don't listen to Jeff. I was able to resist the Lewis Shriner hippie book even though people raved about it like it was religion and I'm still thinking of picking up a copy. I definitely would have used it for Richard's new book. But now I'll see what the CDCC coughs up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Yeah, you see I have no impulse control. So as soon as I had access to that code, I used it on Coco Butternut. I told myself, I said "Jeff, just wait and see what's on the horizon! Let's see what's new that you'll be itching for!" But like everyone else, I don't listen to Jeff. I was able to resist the Lewis Shriner hippie book even though people raved about it like it was religion and I'm still thinking of picking up a copy. I definitely would have used it for Richard's new book. But now I'll see what the CDCC coughs up.

    [SMUGFACE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Yeah, you see I have no impulse control. So as soon as I had access to that code, I used it on Coco Butternut. I told myself, I said "Jeff, just wait and see what's on the horizon! Let's see what's new that you'll be itching for!" But like everyone else, I don't listen to Jeff. I was able to resist the Lewis Shriner hippie book even though people raved about it like it was religion and I'm still thinking of picking up a copy. I definitely would have used it for Richard's new book. But now I'll see what the CDCC coughs up.
    As I do not have pets I had to settle for the CDCC discount and CDCC 2019 credit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    As I do not have pets I had to settle for the CDCC discount and CDCC 2019 credit.
    You need to rent a dog or cat or borrow one and takes pictures so you are better prepared.

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    [QUOTE=jeffingoff;95053]Yeah, you see I have no impulse control. So as soon as I had access to that code, I used it on Coco Butternut. I told myself, I said "Jeff, just wait and see what's on the horizon! Let's see what's new that you'll be itching for!" But like everyone else, I don't listen to Jeff. I was able to resist the Lewis Shriner hippie book even though people raved about it like it was religion and I'm still thinking of picking up a copy. I definitely would have used it for Richard's new book. But now I'll see what the CDCC coughs up.[/QUOTE\]

    Coco Butternut?? Cap
    Books are weapons in the war of ideas.

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    A Hap and Leonard story from Subterranean Press.

    or, they are talking about suntan lotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Congrats! Is it the hardcover? When I bought Bloodstained Wonderland from Earthling, he sold me a copy of the paperback version he printed for the book fair/festival. I was thrilled to get it.
    Yep, the hardcover.

    I also grabbed Four Ghosts and Windows from the same seller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsaenz24 View Post
    You need to rent a dog or cat or borrow one and takes pictures so you are better prepared.
    I have a stuffed Opus in my den. Maybe I will take some photos with him next time!

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    Three new mass-market(ish) arrivals:

    https://twitter.com/ron_clinton/stat...017299457?s=21

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    I found this neat sign junking today
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    And my first K.P. Burke Book!
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    Hard to go wrong with KPB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    Three new mass-market(ish) arrivals:

    https://twitter.com/ron_clinton/stat...017299457?s=21
    I love how Pop the Clutch says Real Authors!

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    Glad to see some PB's getting the love. Great new adds everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    I love how Pop the Clutch says Real Authors!
    That came up on my thread on Twitter, and the editor said, "Ha, it was just a nod to the sensational-style pulp covers of the 50s--things like JOLTING MURDERERS! SCIENCE FICTION MASTERS! BRAWNY HARLOTS! REAL MONSTERS! My take was probably too subtle... although I didn’t want to say these authors are THE BEST (although I thought it!)."

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    The Book of Flowering, an anthology from Egaeus Press. I really liked the design of this book, nicely done! Cap
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    Picked up a neat little toy yesterday:

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    It was time for a new one anyway, plus with my upcoming move, I needed something a little more appropriate for snow. Which by the looks of our current forecast, I’ll get lots of practice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    Picked up a neat little toy yesterday:

    457A358C-678D-4166-A8E9-91E78159F75A.jpg

    It was time for a new one anyway, plus with my upcoming move, I needed something a little more appropriate for snow. Which by the looks of our current forecast, I’ll get lots of practice!
    It is nice that mother nature is getting you ready for your move.

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    Very nice and it makes even the most expensive book look cheap lol!!

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    Nice ride!

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