May 102013
 

More rave reviews have popped up around the ‘net in the past few weeks.

Reviews of I Travel by Night:

Here’s a great Polish review of Boy’s Life (Google Translate: English translation).

Bethany’s Sin was included in HorrorNovelReviews.com: Horror’s 13 Greatest Villains in Novels.

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May 032013
 

Paul Simpson at Sci-Fi Bulletin has posted an extensive new interview with Robert McCammon in which they discuss I Travel by Night, The Five, and why The Village isn’t likely to ever see print.

Sci-Fi Bulletin: Interview: Robert McCammon (part 1)

Sci-Fi Bulletin: Interview: Robert McCammon (part 2)

Also, Staffer’s Book Review posted a short but very enthusiastic review of I Travel by Night. You can read their review here.

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Apr 172013
 

The reviews for I Travel by Night keep popping up, along with reviews of some of Robert McCammon’s older novels. Here are some of the more recent reviews:

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Feb 152013
 

Kindle Daily DealsRobert McCammon’s Swan Song is one of today’s Kindle Daily Deals! Today only, you can buy the Kindle ebook for only $1.99. Click here to see the Kindle Daily Deals.

Swan Song is also on sale for the other formats, too, though apparently only in the U.S.:

Also, Boy’s Life for the Kindle is only $3.79 right now. (This is an Amazon sale, not a publisher sale, so it only applies to the Kindle ebook.)

There have been a few recent posts about Robert McCammon and his work around the ‘net:

 

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Oct 152012
 

 

Open Road Media, the ebook publisher for many of Robert McCammon’s novels, has announced their Scary Reads for Halloween promotion. To celebrate Halloween, they’ve lowered the price on many of their ebooks. The ebook edition of Robert McCammon’s masterpiece, Boy’s Life, is now on sale for only $2.99 through October 31! You can use the links below to order Boy’s Life for each ebook reader.

 

Purchase the Boy’s Life ebook:

Kindle |  NOOK |  iTunes | Kobo |  SONY

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Aug 132012
 

The Boy’s Life ebook is currently on sale: $3.79 for Kindle, $3.99 for NOOK.

Here are a couple of recent links:

Finally, photos of the various Subterranean Press limited and lettered editions for Baal, The Providence Rider, The Five, and The Hunter from the Woods have been added to the Book Cover Gallery.

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Jun 242012
 

Robert McCammon visited the Subterranean Press offices on June 20, 2012, to inscribe and sign copies of The Providence Rider. Publisher Bill Schafer tweeted this photo and comment:

@MacCammon in our warehouse, willingly signing everything put in front of him.


The recently announced GraphicAudio dramatizations of The Wolf’s Hour and The Hunter from the Woods are pre-orderable now from Barnes & Noble. (Thanks, Jonathan!) As of now, they’re not listed on Amazon, but will, no doubt, be listed soon. The release date for the dramatizations is November 1, 2012. You can pre-order them from B&N here.


Japanese artist Kazuki Tamada has sent in his latest artwork. This one was inspired by Swan Song. You can see all of Kazuki’s art here. More artwork by other fans can be found in the Fan Artwork Gallery.

SWAN SONG by Kazuki Tamada


The release of  Shadow Show: All-New Stories in Celebration of Ray Bradbury has been moved up a week to July 10, 2012. The book is being released in trade paperback, ebook, and audio formats from HarperCollins; there’s also a limited edition from Gauntlet and Borderlands Press. The book, edited by Sam Weller and Mort Castle, includes “Children of the Bedtime Machine,” a brand-new short story from Robert McCammon, which was mentioned in the new starred-review from Publishers Weekly. Links: Trade paperback @ Amazon, Kindle, NOOK, HarperAudio.


Here are links to a few more recent reviews:

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May 302012
 

Author Chuck Wendig interviewed Robert McCammon about The Providence Rider for blog site Omnivoracious.

The Providence Rider: The Return of Horror Great Robert McCammon, Interviewed by Chuck Wendig

Chuck also posted his review of The Providence Rider on his own blog, TerribleMinds. It’s fun reading.

Finally, Magiczne Lata, the Polish release of Boy’s Life, has been getting lots of press coverage in Poland, with lots of great reviews. Here are a couple more that have appeared recently:

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May 172012
 

SF Signal has posted two new interviews with Robert McCammon:

Polish blog site Clevera has posted a great new review of Magiczne Lata, the new Polish release of Boy’s Life.  Click here for an English translation via Google Translate.

The cover for the limited edition of Shadow Show has been added to the Book Cover GalleryShadow Show is a new anthology of short stories by authors paying tribute to Ray Bradbury. It includes a brand-new story by Robert McCammon entitled “The Children of the Bedtime Machine.” The limited edition is a joint publication of Gauntlet Press and Borderlands Press. For more information, visit the Gauntlet Press site.  HarperCollins will release a trade paperback edition of Shadow Show on July 17, 2012. You can pre-order it from Amazon U.S. here.

Finally, a vintage interview with Robert McCammon from The Morning Call on June 8, 1990, has been added to the Interviews page.


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