May 292015
 

The Border audiobookThe ebook edition of The Border is now available from Amazon CA! It’s also available for Kobo in Canada. The audiobook edition should be available on Monday, June 1.

There have been a number of blog reviews posted recently; here are some of them:

 

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Four new Robert McCammon audiobooks from Audible are now available

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Dec 102013
 

first-fourAudible has released new, unabridged audiobook recordings of Robert McCammon’s first four books: Baal, Bethany’s Sin, The Night Boat, and They Thirst! All four books are narrated by Ray Porter, who has appeared in numerous TV series and movies and narrated Jonathan Maberry’s Joe Ledger books, among others.

You can find purchasing links to all of the Robert McCammon audiobooks here.

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Nov 112013
 
Robert McCammon with the Bulgarian edition of Boy's Life

Robert McCammon with the Bulgarian edition of Boy’s Life

Just discovered today: Robert McCammon was awarded the Japanese Adventure Fiction Association Prize two years in a row in the 1990s. The prize was awarded to Swan Song in 1994 and to Boy’s Life in 1995. The prizes were presented by the Japanese Adventure Fiction Association from 1982 to 2011 for the best adventure novel published the previous year.

Yet another international edition discovery: Robert McCammon’s short story “Black Boots” was included in a 1993 German anthology, Das große Horror-Lesebuch II (Big Book of Horror II). The cover for the book can be seen here. It has been added to the Book Cover Gallery.

And a roundup of various posts from around the ‘net in the past month:

Finally, the Robert McCammon Goodreads group is reading and discussing Usher’s Passing as their November Group Read.

 

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Oct 152013
 

first-fourAudible has changed the release date for their unabridged audiobooks of Baal, Bethany’s Sin, The Night Boat, and They Thirst. Their website is now reporting a release date of December 10, 2013.

Here are a few recent reviews and mentions that have popped up around the ‘net:

Finally, if you’re in the UK, the Amazon UK Kindle version of Swan Song is currently only £1.29!

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Aug 292013
 

first-fourOn October 15, 2013, Audible will release new, unabridged audiobook recordings of Robert McCammon’s first four books: Baal, Bethany’s Sin, The Night Boat, and They Thirst! (The pre-order link for Baal is active now, but has the wrong release date.) Baal will be narrated by Ray Porter, who has appeared in numerous TV series and movies and narrated Jonathan Maberry’s Joe Ledger books, among others; the other narrators, if there are any, haven’t been announced yet.

A couple of new reviews have popped up recently:

And for those of you in Indianapolis area, the Indianapolis Book Club will be discussing Robert McCammon’s Speaks the Nightbird at their meeting on Thursday, September 19, 2013.

Robert McCammon’s The Wolf’s Hour makes the list in the Barnes & Noble Book Blog post “5 Must-Read Werewolf Novels.” The Wolf’s Hour is available in various ebook formats.

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Subterranean Press: I Travel by Night is sold out

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Jun 272013
 

From Subterranean Press:

Just a quick note to let you know that the print editions of Robert McCammon’s I Travel by Night are now sold out. We don’t plan to reprint, so unless we see distributor returns—which is always a possibility—your best way to pick this historical vampire novella up are through your favorite store, or as the ebook.

In other McCammon news, the fall release of his classic Nazi zombie novel, The Night Boat, is right on schedule.

Limited: 1000 signed numbered hardcover copies: $75

 
Note: As of Thursday afternoon, copies of I Travel by Night were still in stock and available from both Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as well as Camelot Books and The Overlook Connection.

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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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Prints for Les Edwards’s paintings for The Night Boat are available

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Feb 202013
 

Subterranean Press chose artist Les Edwards to do the cover and interior paintings for their upcoming signed, limited edition of The Night Boat. Les is now offering prints of his paintings via his website, as well as the original paintings (though the cover painting has already sold). You can visit the gallery on Les’s website or click the individual links and images below to visit each page on Les’s website.

Even if you’re not interested in buying a print, you should visit  Les’s gallery; there are lots of great paintings there!

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Subterranean: The Night Boat‘s Color Illustrations Revealed

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Feb 042013
 

From Subterranean Press:

Have a look at the first of the two color plates [by Les Edwards] from Robert McCammon’s classic novel, The Night Boat. If WW II zombie Nazis are your thing, this book has that need covered, in spades. It also happens to be a heckuva fun read, presaging McCammon’s more mature work in The Wolf’s Hour, Swan Song, and others. If you’d prefer not to wait for the hardcover coming this fall, the ebook is already available, though without the great interior illustrations.

The Night Boat

Art by Les Edwards for The Night Boat

The second plate has also been posted on the Subterranean page for The Night Boat:

Art by Les Edwards for The Night Boat

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