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GRAHAM MASTERTON MESSAGE BOARD

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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1 Sat December 20 2014 - 12:56:46
Fullname: Chris barber
Email: chris.barber@hotmail.co.uk
Comments: Hi Graham, as I get older I'm asked by the children what I may like for Christmas and the same answer always applies..Id like anything recent by Graham!
So looking forward to this year once again!
Anyhoo, merry Christmas to you and look forward to next year's books.


2 Sat December 20 2014 - 09:52:17
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Glad you enjoy FAMILY PORTRAIT, Paul. It was inspired (or perhaps 'borrowed' is a better word) from Oscar Wilde's novel The Picture of Dorian Grey, in which the portrait of a rakish young man grows old and hideous in the attic while he remains youthful. Best seasonal wishes to you, too!


3 Fri December 19 2014 - 22:57:51
Fullname: Paul Schofield
Email: scramblybush@hotmail.co.uk
Comments: Hi Graham.....I have just finished listening to the great reading of 'Family Portrait' ...(again ! I never get fed of re-visiting this classic along with 'Pariah' ).....so, after hours of listening pleasure, can I ask, after all these years since it was first published, can you remember what first inspired and helped create the plot of 'Family Portrait' ? I love the background history you created of the Grey family and of the artist Waldergrave.....and in conclusion, can I wish you and all your family, a very Merry Christmas. All the best.


4 Fri December 19 2014 - 19:49:04
Fullname: Krystian
Email: krystian25@interia.eu
Comments: You're right, Graham, releases by REPLIKA are the best, with excellent artwork and a good print. I was referring more to the whole book market in Poland, where sometimes it happens that you can find a book in a very poor release. By the way, the first sentence of "Beholder" has made me very joyful. I thought that nobody uses this kind of expressions anymore. I'm glad I was wrong!


5 Fri December 19 2014 - 09:16:47
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Yes, Krystian, Severn House always produce books well. But don't criticize Polish publishers. Back in 1989, when THE MANITOU was first published in Poland, it looked as if it was printed on toilet paper. But some of the edtions that Albatros, Revbis and Replika re producing for me these days are very handsome, with good quality binding.


6 Thu December 18 2014 - 21:21:49
Fullname: Krystian
Email: krystian25@interia.eu
Comments: Just wanted to give my gratitude to Severn House and their edition of FIGURES OF FEAR. Hardcover, large font, strong paper, it's a pleasure to read a book that's been published so elegant and fine. Too bad that books in Poland are not being published this way. Anyway, it's a great read so far.


7 Thu December 18 2014 - 16:32:08
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: My latest Tweet on Twitter has just been voted "Most Depressing Tweet of the Day":

"You see all those lights twinkling in the distance? Those are your Christmases that once were, and will never come again."



8 Tue December 16 2014 - 10:03:55
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Dear Christophe...I did have maps of the old San Francisco harbour and also the docks at Richmond where a Confederate ship was built over, but I regret that I cannot remember in what books I found these. Sorry! But happy Christmas anyway!


9 Mon December 15 2014 - 11:56:20
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Graham,

The theme of "the boat under the city" (MASTER OF LIES and THE DEVIL IN GREY)is a very personnal and funny way to revisit the gothical subject of the "malefical crypt"!
I would be interested to know which kind of documentation about the urban history of Richmond and San Francisco was useful for these novels (for example the denomination of the ancient wharfs of San Francisco's North Beach): historical books? Old maps or photos? Article of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC?
Your answer would be my best Christmas present...

Have a merry Christmas, Mr Masterton !

Christophe


10 Mon December 15 2014 - 09:56:31
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Time is really the problem, Des! I have been commissioned by my publishers Head of Zeus to write three more Katie Maguire books which will take me well into 2015. I also have horror books I want to write.

I always have more ideas than hours in the day!

Meanwhile TAKEN FOR DEAD is published to day on Amazon Kindle.



11 Sun December 14 2014 - 12:52:07
Fullname: Des
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Comments: Hi Graham. Really looking forward to Taken for dead. With the success of the Katie Maguire series, have you considered writing more crime fiction in another area and setting, perhaps even creating a new character?


12 Sun December 14 2014 - 11:31:28
Fullname: Matt Williams
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Comments: Taken For Dead cover and info added to news page.


13 Sun December 14 2014 - 10:01:40
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Yes...TAKEN FOR DEAD the fourth Irish crime novel featuring Detective Superintendent Katie Maguire will be available as a Kindle title on December 15, price 3.99. Treat yourself to further adventures of the feisty redheaded Garda detective for Christmas!


14 Sun December 14 2014 - 09:58:25
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Dear Campbell...glad that arrived safely. I was a little worried sending a package at this time of year. Thanks again for your contribution. Have a great holiday.


15 Sat December 13 2014 - 20:12:48
Fullname: Campbell Milton
Email: boucaria@inbox.com
Comments: Dear Graham,
Thanks for the T-Shirt; The Promo T-Shirt and Certificate has arrived. Greatly Appreciated. Looks excellent. Now I just have to get the Frame, but I have the Main part now.

Thanks a Zillion !!!
Regards
Campbell


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