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48 Mon November 12 2001 - 16:23:08
Fullname: Paul F
Comments: Chris ... any chance you could let us know what stories are in THE DEVIL IN ME?
49 Thu November 08 2001 - 11:32:05
Comments: Hi - I've read most of CF's work, currently reading Soho Black, enjoying it immensely so far. Just thought I'd post a quick message to point people in the direction of Rupert Thompson's book "Soft" - it's got echos of "Rune" about it and, like CF's stuff, is a great book for people who like stuff set in and about London.
50 Sun October 28 2001 - 10:07:30
Fullname: christopher fowler
Comments: Just to let you know that I'm reading at Filthy McNasty's this coming Thursday night - November 1st - all welcome!
51 Fri October 26 2001 - 13:37:55
I'm a huge fan of CF, and I would love to know when 'Get Out of The House' will be published - I can't find any reference to it on Amazon etc.
Ditto for 'The Devil In Me'.
Although I heard a rumor that Bryant will be killed off - ??? What a shame if it's true. But am still looking forward to the next B & M installment.
Mr Fowler's books are some of the few set in London UK that I really enjoy.
52 Tue October 23 2001 - 04:50:07
Fullname: Kealan-Patrick Burke
Comments: Hi Christopher. I love your work.
Spanky has to be one of my all time favorite horror novels. Was there any movie interest in this at all?
It would make a great film. Then again, look at Dean Koontz. He has had a bad time with movie conversations.
They suck, which I know is not the fault of the author.
I've just finished Psychoville but seem to be having a hard time finding your collection The Bureau of Lost Souls.
It was readily available in Ireland (where I lived before moving to the States) but I can't seem to find it here!!
My own horror writing is taking off over here in a way I'd never have imagined.
I may be gracing the pages of an anthology with you one of these fine days.
Keep up the good work!!!!
53 Sun October 07 2001 - 18:51:23
Fullname: Martin Togher
Comments: Love all the stuff you've published, read just about everything. I've taken to buying your novels as presents to spread the word !! Psychoville is the usual choice.
I am interested in what stuff has been filmed for TV or cinema and whether any of it is available on video/dvd.
54 Wed October 03 2001 - 22:49:52
Fullname: Hertzan Chimera
Comments: As I just said on John Pelan's board - I am honoured to have made it into the latest (Astrology) edition of Urbanite - that there mag is jam-packed (!) with the highest level of authors EVER.
Humbled and full of glee.
55 Tue October 02 2001 - 07:25:21
Fullname: kevin etheridge
Comments: Chris, Hi there. Great news about Jude Law playing Billy March in Psychoville - this has got to be my fave novel of yours - can't wait to see the film when it's made. The cover for 'The Devil In Me' looks fantastic , BUT killing off Arthur Bryant !!!! SHAME ON YOU. Any chance of getting the cover scans of your earlier humour books on the site (just being nosey), and is there any reason why there is no mention of City Jitters on the site or cover scan of one (or all) of the diff. covers ? . Safe travels, and all the best.
56 Thu September 27 2001 - 16:21:57
Fullname: christopher fowler
Comments: Just a couple of quick notes as I'm travelling in Europe at the moment; check out my new revised website at www.christopherfowler.co.uk - and it's now official - Jude Law has signed up for the movie version of 'Psychoville' - thoughts on that?
Also, 'The Devil In Me' is launched early November, along with a spiffing new edition of 'Personal Demons'
57 Sun September 23 2001 - 21:39:55
Fullname: Sarah Wassell
Comments: Having great difficulty obtaining the video of "Soho Black" as advertised at the end of the book. Is it still available, please?
58 Fri September 21 2001 - 16:08:40
Comments: Oh.. er..
Red Bride - if yuo're in the UK try www.justbooks.co.uk, if that doesn't help then www.bookfinder.com searches places like the Advanced Book exchange and Bibliofind.
I've just done a search, and it's returned 39 copies, ranging from $3.30 to $75.
Hope that helps..
59 Fri September 21 2001 - 15:54:17
Comments: I know Mr Fowler answers most post personally, but I'll answer on the board anyway (I like the sound of my own voice???)
Bryant and May will be returning shortly.
A number of short stories have been turned into films - Master Builder being the most seen to my knowledge.
There has been talk of Roofworld being turned into a film also.
I'm sure Mr F will correct me if any of the above is wrong..
60 Thu September 13 2001 - 08:29:39
Fullname: Mark Gardner
Comments: Thanks for getting me to read a book in one go instead of a chapter here and there over a few months
I have bought most of your books but unable to find Red Bride - online and Waterstones/WH Smith etc - out of print - PLEASE could you point me in the right direction.
AND will Bryant & May be getting another outing ?
AND are there any plans to put your work on the small /large screen ?
Thanks for re awakening my imagination
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