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message 1: by Jim, Keeper of the Pattern (new)

Jim (jimmaclachlan) | 975 comments If you want to promote something, post it here.

message 2: by Jim, Keeper of the Pattern (last edited Aug 14, 2009 03:46PM) (new)

Jim (jimmaclachlan) | 975 comments If you want a personalized copy of any of Janny Wurts' books or a calendar with her artwork, you can order one from Circle Books, an independent, family-owned bookstore in Sarasota (where Janny lives).

Circle Books
941 388-2850
Let them know whether you want the book signed and/or personalized with an inscription. They'll coordinate with Janny and ship the book to you. The book's cost is $8.95 (in paperback) and domestic (US) shipping $4.95.

For international shipping, please inquire with them directly. You can obviously get this book in any other bookstore, but I know some readers like signed editions.

Also, if you already have one of her books, Janny can provide a signed book plate. All you need to do is mail her a stamped and self-addressed envelope. Please send Janny a private message through Goodreads if you're interested.

I incorrectly posted only To Ride Hell's Chasm or Traitor's Knot earlier, so I edited this post.

message 3: by Jim, Keeper of the Pattern (new)

Jim (jimmaclachlan) | 975 comments Listen to an interview with Janny at
She got the front page spot. It's the July 21, 2009 interview of Janny Wurts by Gail Martin, author of Ghost in the Machine.

Red Room is a pretty cool site. Lots of good info.

message 4: by Jim, Keeper of the Pattern (new)

Jim (jimmaclachlan) | 975 comments If you like Lovecraftian Horror, Henrik S. Harksen's book Eldritch Horrors Dark Talesis a good one. I think it's 14 stories. Henrick did one & the artwork is fantastic. Each story is started with a unique, really neat, picture.

Henrick just got interviewed:
He's also here on GR & is a part of this group.

message 5: by Henrik (new)

Henrik | 3 comments Thanks for the plug-in on my behalf, Jim. That is very kind of you. (Btw--the book can also be purchased via

I apologize for my e-silence these days, but having a child, and being totally new at this parenting thing, takes up a considerable amount of time.

message 6: by Jim, Keeper of the Pattern (new)

Jim (jimmaclachlan) | 975 comments Yeah, kids tend to suck away all kinds of resources. They never stop, either. Just about the time they get useful, they leave. My daughter's boyfriend & my oldest son helped move hay yesterday. That was a plus.

I'm glad to let folks know, Henrik. You have a good product & folks should know about it.

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