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301 Sun October 20 2013 - 14:04:54
Fullname: Bignev
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Comments: Hello there

Always up for a bit more of the manitou! Was slightly perturbed at the choice of names of the two characters you describe. I have images of grinning whilst reading due to the fact that I will be mentally referring to one of misquamacus offsprings as 'megadick'

Apologies for the childish connotations, one does try to suppress these things!!


302 Sat October 19 2013 - 22:45:05
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Email: Boucaria@inbox.com
Comments: wow, sounds like INFECTION will be excellent, especially Misquamacus' offspring; does this mean it might be subtitled son of Misquamacus? (Groans at the bad pun from the peanut gallery :-). So do the nuns have bad habits? :-)
Regards Campbell


303 Sat October 19 2013 - 13:06:24
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: I have finished INFECTION, which as you can gather is the story of a nasty infection. It also introduces Machitehew and Megedagik who are the vengeful sons of Misquamacus from THE MANITOU, plus a demon who you would not like to meet on a dark night or indeed any night. Contains nuns, guns, flash photography and strong language.


304 Fri October 18 2013 - 22:54:59
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Email: Boucaria@inbox.com
Comments: wow, I just finished broken Angels this morning and it's a superb book: holds the attention as well as, if not better than the first book; anyway, no comments on the story because I'm sure that the Uber fans who write here may not like it if I reveal anything and they have not read it (shame on you :-); anyway, I recommend Graham to my friends and acquaintances who like my other recommends (like Clive Barker), and I was madly recommending Halloween films and books this morning on the phone, and nobody gets out alive since if they say they don't have the time to read, I recommend how great the audio books are, especially Katie McGuire one white bones.
Anyway, madly looking forward to the third book, but in the meantime, forest ghost, which is published here next March, so I just have to hang out what I can get.

I wish I could buy the CD versions of the audiobooks here, but Amazon in the US and UK have a download only policy under the US contract.
Wishing you a successful event for the fundraising, sorry I had misconstrued what was being made available. Regards Campbell and thanks for all (I am reading the one dream warriors book I have missed out on today, and it sounds a blast)


305 Tue October 15 2013 - 09:03:09
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: There will not be audio CDs there, Campbell. There will be backlist titles for sale, and readers will be able to get their own books signed in return for a small donation to Cancer Research, but it is not a sale of new books or audio. You will have to order those from Amazon, I'm afraid.


306 Mon October 14 2013 - 21:02:29
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Email: boucaria@inbox.com
Comments: Thanks for the well wishes!!
The books get me through! And I do mean that.
I meant to also ask, at the cancer charity signing, will there be audio CDs? I checked online in the UK, and it says book 1 and two is out on CD: is that correct? Also does forest ghost come out this month or next month? That is, will it be available for signing? I hope the CDs are, all I need to know is if they are sold there, since I can call (I hope) and pay by card.
Best regards, and thanks again, Campbell


307 Mon October 14 2013 - 08:43:52
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Thanks for your appreciation, Campbell. Get better soon!


308 Sun October 13 2013 - 16:47:19
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Email: boucaria@inbox.com
Comments: I finished white bones and went straight onto broken Angels, and I'm about one third or so through broken Angels. Thanks again Graham, for all the reading enjoyment, great characters, and exciting storylines.
I have the second hand copy of dream Warriors lined up to read and I'm keen to read that. About the only book competing for dream Warriors (as the next book to read) is a biography/series of interviews about Ed Warren (if you have seen the film the conjuring, you'll know him: and I got to see him on TV when he was interviewed with Lorraine Warren and they had some tapes of the recent, at the time, investigation which I think was about some cases in the UK. Anyway, I hope to check out the book signing list to see if the audio CDs are available at the stores.
Thanks again Graham, I am enjoying what I'm reading of yours now, and looking forward to the new material.
Side note: my physical therapy from the car crash is in the latter stages and doing very well, painful, but very well (enough to say that I can relate to some of the characters in Katie McGuire books 1 and two).


309 Sun October 13 2013 - 12:59:07
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Graham,

Glad you could get it !

(1),(2),(3),(4)are referrings to the book of Liliane CRETE: LES SORCIERES DE SALEM (1995)

Christophe


310 Sun October 13 2013 - 11:59:55
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Yes, thank you, christophe, I have received it now. I will read it this evening.


311 Sun October 13 2013 - 10:01:21
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
Email: bh1roussellier@aol.com
Comments:
Dear Graham,

Well, I have just repost the message, and last week I posted twice my precedent message. My computer each time said it has been sent...
Maybe Mictantecutli is between our computers...

Christophe


312 Sun October 13 2013 - 09:31:16
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: IActually I did not receive your message, Christophe...can you please try sending it again...manitouman1@yahoo.com


313 Sat October 12 2013 - 17:53:33
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
Email: bh1roussellier@aol.com
Comments: Dear Graham,

I am going to post on Manitouman a new message with my historical reflexion about THE PARIAH (the chapter five of my essay).
I hope you have received my precedent message, posted last week.
My dream would be to present your novels from a historical point of view to the french public...

Thanks,

Christophe


314 Thu October 10 2013 - 21:04:13
Fullname: KR
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Comments: Ironically, the Grim Reaper may be saying the same thing about you guys.


315 Wed October 09 2013 - 16:46:03
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Very sorry to hear that Philip Nutman has died at the age of only 50. He was a great character and one of those people who make horror writing so creative and such fun. After losing Jim Herbert, Rick Hautala and Gary Brandner, I think it's time the Grim Reaper left us horror writers alone for a while.


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