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Warm Monument

My new book has landed here:


It is gorgeous. More photos of it in the comments here: http://admtoah.wordpress.com/2013/11/19/orders/

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Weirdmonger Remainders

Just dip your nibs into the inkwell and write: readers write as well as authors, I say. And until you read the rest, it was never written at all. Reading something ensures it will be written. But writing something does not ensure it will be read. Any old fool knows that!

(That is an extract from my real-time review of ‘The Wolves of Calla’ by Stephen King.)


WEIRDMONGER: The Nemonicon: The Synchronised Shards of Random Truth and Fiction – Prime Books 2003 / Prime-Cold Tonnage 2004

As of today, the only copies of WEIRDMONGER remaining – other than the 3 or 4 that I am personally holding back for future free competitions (eg here) — are shown on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com, as follows (paperback unless shown):

$226.98 (new)

$29.99 (used – condition seems debateable)

$998.99 (used)

£100 (Abe books, same copy also shown as used on Amazon site)

£250 (Abe books – signed hardback)

£52.99 (used)

EDIT (14 Apr 2012): The £52.99 copy has now vanished!

As far as I can see, the £100 copy has my signature on it?

Please note, as I have confirmed before, ‘Weirdmonger’ will never be an ebook or reprinted.


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