Plague of the Manitou


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301 Tue August 26 2014 - 08:54:34
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: I am trying to organise some signing sessions in the UK, Garry! It's just that UK publishers are less generous with their promotion budgets than the Poles!

302 Mon August 25 2014 - 19:42:12
Fullname: Garry snaith
Comments: Awaiting my copy of Drought can't wait to read it. Looking forward to another Manitou story. I have fond memories as the Manitou is the first book of yours I bought way back in 1977. Been reading your books since. When are you coming to Newcastle Graham. I would love to finally meet you

303 Mon August 25 2014 - 19:35:50
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: Had a great signing session and writing discuasion in the Matras Bookstore in Wroclaw. Then went to Strzelin then next day for the LiteraTura Festival...a wonderful meeting of novelists and poets and other writers, as well as musicians and artists. The proceeds of book sales wentn to the children's orphanage in Gorzec which is desperately in need of funding because it gets nothing from the government. I told the children some scary stories and drew cartoon portraits of each of them and they were great. Everybody I met there was friendly and helpful and generous, which considering what was done to Strzelin at the end of World War Two shows their strength of spirit. It was once a beautiful medieval town but the departing Germans deliberately blew up almost all of it out of sheer malice. leaving it nothing more than rubble. Special thanks to the warmhearted Katarzyna Georgiou, who took care of me, and drove me to her mother's house in the mountains for some delciious Polish apple cake!

304 Sun August 24 2014 - 16:57:22
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Comments: Drought was finally available, and I ordered that. Should be great. I had pre-ordered the Third in Katie McGuire series, and I just finally got notified it will be out in the US in early September. The Horror short story series is scheduled for early next year.
My wife is still in hospital. She will be in for a while yet for surgeries ( several of the next few months). And I have been doing an IT course to try and get a job I love doing. Anyway, I have been away from the list for a bit. I hope I can get the Historical Novels, but no sign of them here.
Thanks again for all you do. Certainly it is a great escape. I watched a bit of City of Lost Children, and seems a tad difficult to follow; maybe I can get more on a second watch. A lot to be said for Reading Garfield, and seeing Monty Python's final concert/performance.

305 Sat August 23 2014 - 19:01:17
Fullname: Diane Roscoe
Comments: Thank you for that. I will have a look.

306 Fri August 22 2014 - 17:03:06
Fullname: KR
Comments: Diane - The bibliography section of Graham's web site lists all his novels and indicates when the same novel was published under a different title.

307 Fri August 22 2014 - 16:09:46
Fullname: Diane Roscoe
Comments: Hi i just wondered if there was anywhere where there is a list of your books that have been re-released under different titles please? I wanted to download a few on my kindle but have previously downloaded the same book under a different name when there has been no synopsis available. Many thanks x.

308 Thu August 21 2014 - 09:42:09
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: Off to Wroclaw tomorrow (August 22) for a signing session at 15:00 hrs at Matras Bookstore.

309 Mon August 18 2014 - 16:18:46
Fullname: Krystian
Comments: I managed to get BONNIE WINTER special signed edition which was limited to only 750 numbered copies! When I had read that you'll be taking part in some amusing festivities I decided to visit Strzelin after all:)

310 Fri August 15 2014 - 08:50:29
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: Thanks, Maurice. I am doing everything I can to get my new books published in France. A few years ago there was a collapse in interest in horror in France and it has been difficult to persuade French publishers to take it on again, in spite of the obvious interest.

And thank you too, Wendy! If you can't get all of my books in your library, perhaps you can persuade somebody to buy you a Kindle??

311 Thu August 14 2014 - 20:21:11
Fullname: Wendy green
Comments: i know u hear this all the time but WOWOWOWOW i love your book, its just a struggle to read them all as i on low budget, so i get them from library but was REALLY disappointed to find they didnt have even half of the books u ave wrote, THINK my faves are sissy and her weird tarot cards, they amaaaaazing
thank u for the pleasure just wish i cud read em all

312 Thu August 14 2014 - 14:15:42
Fullname: Maurice EXPOSITO
Comments: Dear Mister Masterton

i'm a french reader who's worry about not founding your new books translate in french anymore (thanks Mister Fran├žois Truchaud!!). for about ten years, i read your books and i really enjoy it!!
have you an idea about what's going on?
thanks again for the cold chills you bring everytime i open one of your book.
and sorry about my loosy english!

313 Thu August 14 2014 - 08:50:45
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: You will delighted to know that when I visit the LiteraTura Festival in Strzelin over the wekend of August 23, I will be singing "A Mother's Lament" ("Your Baby Has Gone Down The Plug-hole") complete with musical accompaniment and a choir singing in Polish.

314 Tue August 12 2014 - 13:36:55
Fullname: Graham Masterton
Comments: PLAGUE OF THE MANITOU shouldn't be too long, Matthias!

315 Tue August 12 2014 - 12:57:39
Fullname: Matthias
Comments: Dear Sir,

I can't wait for the next 'Harry Erskine' novel who is my favorite protagonist of all times.
If i could I would pre order it right now.

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