Drought

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1 Mon July 21 2014 - 17:46:15
Fullname: Matt Williams
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Comments: Interview added to interviews page of website.


2 Mon July 21 2014 - 09:02:43
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: In case you were unfortunate (ior fortunate)enough to miss it, this was my interview on July 20 with the lovely Magda Molek on Dzien Dobry -- TVN's morning programme in Warsaw.

http://dziendobry.tvn.pl/wideo,2064,n/graham-masterton-nie-czytam-ksiazek,128486.html




3 Sun July 20 2014 - 20:08:29
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Good to hear from you, Ken! I just got back from the Czech Republic/Slovakia/Poland. DROUGHT should be published in the US in August, as far as I know.


4 Thu July 17 2014 - 11:06:42
Fullname: Ali
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Comments: Ken good to see you back. Drought is the novel Graham promised all those years ago. Nasty. I am about a third of the way through. GM is in Czechoslovakia at the present time I think.


5 Wed July 16 2014 - 01:26:19
Fullname: Ken Arneson
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Comments: Stopping by to see what my favorite author has been up to. It has been a long time. Graaham, heard mention that Drought would be published this summer, is that still accurate. I think I've read Famine and Plague about 3 times each. I'm ready for a new disaster to descend on mankind. I know years ago you had mentioned you had considered Drought, I'm not sure if you had much in the can or not. For this modern incantation, how much was new writing as opposed to something you had completed and held back?

I read both Community and Forest Ghost recently (excellent), have a few of your Irish police novels in the queue. Any chance A Mile Before Morning will show up as an ebook? How about stuff like A Plague of Angels or The Hell Candidate? I'd buy them all.

Hope life is good for you, thank you for all the enjoyment you're still providing to your fans.

Ken


6 Sun July 13 2014 - 10:26:59
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: Thanks, Wendy. i'm glad you enjoyed it. BLOOD MONEY is on the way next, another outing for DS Katie.


7 Sun July 13 2014 - 10:14:07
Fullname: Wendy Maxwell
Email: wendymaxwell@bigpond.com
Comments: Thanks for Red Light ... I think it's very topical, and a terrific follow-up to the other two Katie Maguire books. More please


8 Sun July 13 2014 - 07:37:32
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Which world is the real and which is the virtual...
In F. Humbert's L'ORIGINE DE LA VIOLENCE, even the great Goethe has been reduced to a "pale face", compared to the horrible reality of the nazism...
Humbert concludes: "Buchenwald transforme les rues de Weimar en décor the théâtre, avec de simples façades de carton peintes en jaune et vert, et fait des statues de Goethe et de Schiller d'amusants jouets semblables aux soldats de plomb d'autrefois".
That's the same impression given by the San Diego Opera, and the whole town of San Diego, in SALAMANDER... a simple decoration for the renaissance of the Third Reich and the reign of the evil!

Best regards,


9 Sat July 12 2014 - 11:16:55
Fullname: Ali
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Comments: OOOoooooooooooo does this there is a Mirror sequel in the offing? That first book was a cracking read.


10 Sat July 12 2014 - 09:17:59
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: We went to buy her a mirror yesterday. I offered her a mirror. I have plenty of mirrors. But she wanted a virgin mirror with no past reflections in it...especially not reflections of pale uncertain faces looking into the real world for an answer...or reflections of blue children's balls bouncing into the room in the mirror but not the real room. After long indecision we bought a mirror and now she can look into it every morning and see the days go by. Sunlight, shadow, front door opening, front door closing, and then nothing but hats and umbrellas while the mirror waits for her to come home. At least Boofuls won't appear. With any luck.


11 Sat July 12 2014 - 05:15:01
Fullname: Shannon Reynolds
Email: boudicea1967@gmail.com
Comments: Thank you for getting back to me Mr. Masterton. I have listened to all the audiobooks of yours that I can find, audible has a good selection and it seemed that they were releasing a lot of them within a six month period. Jeff Harding is the narrator for the Night Warrior series and he is excellent. I do hope more will come out. I also have a kindle app on my android tablet, but I also need a new prescription of glasses, which has been a recent development. Once again, thank you for replying to my question. Shannon


12 Fri July 11 2014 - 13:58:27
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: You will find a complete list of all 29 of my downloadable and CD audio books on the Audible.co.uk website, Shannon. Also on my Facebook page.

More titles are in the pipeline and I will let you know as soon as they are available.



13 Fri July 11 2014 - 08:40:46
Fullname: Graham Masterton
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Comments: You may find this hard to believe. Shannon, but most of the time my publishers never bother to tell me if a book is coming out as an audio book. However I will check with my agent and see if I can get a comprehensive list.


14 Fri July 11 2014 - 07:11:33
Fullname: ROUSSELLIER
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Comments: Dear M. Masterton,

I hope my essay and the letter I have joined to it have reached their destination, and I wish you a great success in central Europa !

Christophe


15 Fri July 11 2014 - 00:40:06
Fullname: Ali
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Comments: Big Nev, if it is any consolation I bought Drought in Hardback and it is superb.


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