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Graham Masterton is one of the most popular horror writers in the world today. He is also the author of many highly successful thrillers, historical sagas and sex instructional books. Welcome to his message board!

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301 Sat August 31 2013 - 10:33:16
Fullname: Mr Formica
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Comments: Many thanks for responding, Graham! The question occurred to me because I've just finished White Bones and have started The Doorkeepers and I can't think of another writer who includes such a culturally diverse range of characters . . . and does so without any hint of 'tokenism'. It sets your work apart for me. I'm currently studying for an English Lit/language degree and this has ruined a lot of mainstream writers for me because the writing and depth of characterisation is lacking. Your work, however, is a cut above, and I'm very grateful for the hours of reading pleasure. OK, no more embarrassing praise! Thanks again.


302 Sat August 31 2013 - 08:00:15
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: I can't say that I have ever written about a gay character, Mr F. Nothing to do with prejudice or discrimination. You can't spend years being good friends with a writer like William Burroughs if you're prejduiced against gays. I really enjoy writing about women, though. Almost all of my friends are women and we spend hours and hours talking about everything and anything you can think of. But...after you have mentioned that...I will bear it in mind.


303 Fri August 30 2013 - 18:37:59
Fullname: Mr Formica
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Comments: I've read quite a few of Graham's novels over the years, but not all by any means (yet). I think he's a very underrated writer. I was just curious as to whether there has ever been a sympathetic male character in any novel that happens to be gay? Just curious really . . . not advocating it in the name of political correctness or anything like that, would just be interested to know.


304 Fri August 30 2013 - 08:57:17
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: BROKEN ANGELS was published yesterday, both in hardback and as an ebook on Amazon Kindle. It is already in the Crime and Mystery top 100.


305 Wed August 28 2013 - 18:22:32
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Did a 30-minute interview with Polish Radio Four this afternoon. It will be broadcast on November 10 and you should be able to pick it up online if you want to hear more about my favorite subject, ME. Details nearer the time.


306 Wed August 28 2013 - 07:49:57
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Thanks Anne-Lize. Your comments are much appreciated. There are many characters and stories I would like to revisit but unfortunately there is never enough time. I am busy writing about my Irish detective Katie Maguire at the moment because WHITE BONES and BROKEN ANGELS have been so successful, A third novel RED LIGHT is now in the works.

Meanwhile, the Sepotember of issue of my friend Jeani Rector's Horror Zine webpage is now up...http://www.thehorrorzine.com/



307 Tue August 27 2013 - 21:49:58
Fullname: Anne-Lize Slippers
Email: annelizeslip@gmail.com
Comments: Good Evening Mr. Masterton

Just finished reading Corroboree and I just wanted to congratulate you once again on your fine ability to capture my imagination.
I truly fell in love with your writing style a long time ago and yet after all this time you never leave me disappointed! No matter which story line you choose, you execute it perfectly every time! Bravo, Bravo, Bravo...
Now the question... Will you ever write a follow up on Corroboree? Would love to read the adventures and hardships of the child?

With Great Respect and Admiration
Your South African Fan
Anne-Lize



308 Sun August 25 2013 - 07:42:15
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: French demons speaking in scottish: that will be a pleasant idea !

Christophe


309 Sun August 25 2013 - 07:36:01
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: If I wrote in scottisah, Alistair, none of the teuchters would understand a word I was writing aboot. If I said my last book was a dull yin they'd never realise that it was a stoater.


310 Sun August 25 2013 - 00:27:42
Fullname: Alistair
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Comments: I am just so glad that Graham writes in Scottish!


311 Sat August 24 2013 - 10:58:38
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Great... The Frenchies love to purr like cats when they hear about their Glorious History, even if some horrible demons are involved in it! France is the first destination for the tourists,specially because of the historical heritage: great castles, old cathedrals, famous monarchs and the Great Revolution of 1789, that's all we like in France!

Christophe


312 Sat August 24 2013 - 07:57:03
Fullname: Garry Snaith
Email: garry.snaith@hotmail.co.uk
Comments: Graham, you work so hard you deserve a break from righting to relax at least for a little, even if us fans don't want you to.lol. If you are planning to do promotional work, I hope it includes a trip to Newcastle. After reading your books since 1977, it would be lovely to finally meet the man behind the stories.



313 Sat August 24 2013 - 07:56:38
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Strange you should say that...the novel I am writing at the moment involves some French demons...I canb't say any more about it at the moment, but I will let you know when it's finished!


314 Sat August 24 2013 - 07:53:55
Fullname: Garry Snaith
Email: garry.snaith@hotmail.co.uk
Comments: following on from what you say Matt about Broken Angels it is a bargain 1.71 pre order on amazon kindle. Cant wait to get my copy in a few days time.
Graham, keep up the good work, your books continue to thrill me and I always await your next book with baited breath, even after over 30 years ever since picking up Manitou in 77


315 Sat August 24 2013 - 07:38:24
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Graham,

I am sure that the french public would be seduced by a Masterton' s novel taking place in France! In french History there is also place for the devils! I know they have made a little apparition in Rouen in THE DEVILS OF THE D DAY, but that's a long time ago... Several french figures can be involved in fantastic and horrific tales: G. de Retz, M. de Robespierre, H.D. Landru... French public must be informed that Napoleon was defeated in Waterloo by a devils brigade or that Jeanne d'Arc is now a salamander!

With my great admiration,

Christophe




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