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If you want more he has just started a new series which I think might still be on sale:
Also, books 1 and 2 of The Spread are currently ranked as best sellers in the USA, so thanks so much for your support. If you haven’t grabbed your copies yet, you can get both of them here: The Spread Series (affiliate link). NOTE not MY affiliate link but his.
But WAIT there’s more: Another newsletter from an author who I’ve spoken of before and is in my top 3 of all time favorite authors: Robert McCammon:
Just a reminder that there are some free Robert McCammon short stories on his website that are particularly appropriate for this time of year! All three can be read on the website, or you can download AZW3 (Kindle), MOBI, EPUB (Nook), and PDF files on the site:
“Night Ride: A Story from Matthew Corbett’s World”
“Blood Is Thicker than Hollywood
Robert is not only a great author but he has a wonderful sense of humor and loves to interact with his er…friends who visit him often at the The Alabama Booksmith where he reads from his books and offers signed books at publisher prices.
You can see Robert talking about his books and give readings if like me you are nowhere near Alabama or if you never want to be here:
Mentioned in the last email that Salome Japiashvili translated Boy’s Life into the Georgian language. Her Facebook Live event about her experiences translating the book can be seen on her Facebook page:
German publisher Luzifer Verlag has released a Halloween treat for German readers! They’re offering a free ebook download of the Matthew Corbett short story “Death Comes for the Rich Man.” The story was originally included in the Subterranean Press limited edition of The Providence Rider, and it can also be found in the German translation of that book, Matthew Corbett in den Fängen des Kraken.
For English-language readers, the story will be included in the planned short story collection Seven Shades of Evil, but that likely won’t see print until 2022.
Luzifer Verlag posted on Facebook about the story.