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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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1 Sat April 19 2014 - 09:11:10
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: My trip to Poland was amazing. I met hundreds of people and signed hundreds of books. I went to the Bialystok Book Fair and then to Olsztyn and Szcztyno, two beautiful towns where I was welcomed with enormous warmth. Ate lots of great food (roast goose, pickled herring, pierogi) drank great wild strawberry vodka, and got to kiss some odf the prettiest girls you've ever seen.

My special thanks to Agata who chaperoned me around.



2 Fri April 18 2014 - 06:20:23
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Thanks for the precision... I thought maybe there was not still enough buffalos so Misquamacus was forced to wear a bull skull in BLIND PANIC!

Christophe


3 Thu April 17 2014 - 19:51:01
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Yes, Christophe...both skulls were buffalo skulls!


4 Thu April 17 2014 - 19:05:01
Fullname: Vicks
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Comments: Hi Graham, Happy Easter! I see TRAUMA is up for pre-order on the Kindle. Any more of the back catalogue coming out as eBooks soon? I am still hopefully for THE TERROR (the other ROOK books are out but not this one). PREY, THE WALKERS and BLACK ANGEL are must haves to have in the eBook collection. Any news you can share? Pretty please. Vicks X


5 Thu April 17 2014 - 08:22:29
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Correction: please read "iroquois attire" !


6 Thu April 17 2014 - 07:57:22
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Graham,

I have noticed that Misquamacus wears a sioux attire in REVENGE OF THE MANITOU and a buffalo skull in MANITOU BLOOD (like the Great Plains Indians); I think it's a symbol: he is acting no more like a Wampanoag but like a representant of all the indian nations... Very well done !

Well, I hope you will forgive me this new question...
In MANITOU BLOOD, I can read "crâne de bison", but in BLIND PANIC, the version has become "cornes de taureau"... Could you confirm to me that you wrote "buffalo skull" both in the two novels?

More I work on the MANITOU series, more I am fascinated by it !

Since I have read MANITOU, I am interested by the indian civilisation, I and I will go to the new exposition in Paris about the Great Plains Indians, in the "Musée des Arts Premiers"...

Christophe



7 Wed April 16 2014 - 13:13:33
Fullname: KR
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Comments: We were worried about baggage handlers when my son traveled because he was carrying some expensive sports equipment. We found out about special locks that allow the TSA to get access to your stuff if necessary, but not the baggage handlers, who are infamous for seeing travelers' baggage as a give-away. (It is so offensive!)

Anyway, for those interested (and don't know how to put curses on their aftershave), these are the locks:

http://www.safeskieslocks.com/index.php

http://www.travelsentry.org/


8 Wed April 16 2014 - 10:35:41
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Had an amazing time in Poland. Over 300 audience at the Bialystok Book Fair, followed by just as many signings! Then a visit to Olzstyn for as great gat-together with readers. Food was wonderful -- roast goose, pierogi, roast duck leg with red cabbage -- and there was always oplenty to drink, including wild strawberry vodka which turns your brain into a giant wild strawberry!

The baggage handler at Heathrow who opened my case and pilfered my after-shave had better watch out...I have put a hex on it devised by Black Mary in the Middle Ages and if he tries to use it he will get black weeping blisters on his face that will never dry up!



9 Thu April 10 2014 - 14:18:56
Fullname: ROUSELLIER
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Comments: Dear Graham,

It seems to me that there are two translation mistakes in WHITE BONES (in my french edition):

P.330: if Jan Rufenwald makes his murders in Westphalia in 1914, it's strange that his new series in Boston takes place... in 1911 (wouldn't 1914 or 1915 be more appropriated, just before his embarkment on the Lusitania?).
P. 417: it is question of a message from the british admiralty to the "german embassy in Dublin"... Shouldn't we read "in London", since southern Ireland is not yet an independant state in 1915?

I have just finished to read LES NAUFRAGEURS DU LUSITANIA, by P. Masson: a good book to complete your version...

Thanks and have a great trip in Poland!

Christophe


10 Thu April 10 2014 - 12:02:52
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: REVISED REVISED SCHEDULE FOR POLISH VISIT!!!!

On Saturday April 12 I shall be meeting readers and journalists at Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic European Centre for Arts in Bialystok at 14:00 - 16:00. From 16:00 - 17:00 I shall be signing books at stand No. 19 (Rebis Publishers).

On Monday April 14 I shall be signing books between 16:00 - 17:00 at Ksiaznica Polska, ul Polska 1 in Szczytno. Between 18:00 and 20:00 I shall be meeting readers and journalists at Ksiaznica Polska, Plac Jan Pawla II 2/3, in Olsztyn.


11 Thu April 10 2014 - 10:27:40
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: I shall be flying to Warsaw tomorrow, then travelling by train to Bialystok in the north-east of Poland for the Book Fair.


On Saturday April 12 I shall be meeting readers and journalists at Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic (the European Centre for Arts) in Bialystok at 14:00 - 16:00. From 16:00 - 17:00 I shall be signing books at stand No. 19 (Rebis Publishers).


On Monday April 14 I shall be signing books between 16:00 - 17:00 in Olsztyn (exact location to be announced) and between 18:00 and 20:00 I shall be meeting readers and journalists in Szczytno (I will tell you exactly where as soon as I know!)

Please come along if you can!!



12 Tue April 08 2014 - 16:10:57
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Your Polish is about as good as mine, Amanda. I have been trying to learn it for years with very little success! But I'm pleased they exchanged the book for you...it's actually the same book but there isn't an equivalent word to "edgewise" in Polish.


13 Tue April 08 2014 - 15:20:43
Fullname: Amanda "Evil" Keeble
Email: evilkeeble@yahoo.com.au
Comments: Just finished reading sleepless and of course loved it, am currently reading broken angels and have just ordered forest ghost, can't wait to see what comes of "the oaks" - (walkers) - film... funny story i usually ask my family to get me one of your books for christmas i keep a list of all the books i have and they try and get me one i don't have, last year my sister got me a book called Wendigo, i said "oh wow, haven't heard of this one" flipping over to read the synopsis i said "Thanks melissa but umm i dont speak polish" she was a bit shattered, as was i, but luckily the online book store allowed her to exchange it (with edgewise) due to the fact they failed to list it as not being in english.


14 Tue April 08 2014 - 08:37:27
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Yesterday evening I celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the founding of Severn House Publishers. Two dozen publishers, agents. booksellers and writers made short work of a roast suckling pig at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London, not to mention some excellent puddings and cheeses. Hard to believe that SH has been going so long, but they have been consistently loyal and continued to publish my horror novels at times when horror went seriously out of fashion in the book retail trade.


15 Sat April 05 2014 - 15:09:47
Fullname: Matt Williams
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Comments: Just added news about the film version of Graham's novel, The Walkers here.


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