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Rarities & Collectibles

For those of you looking for some rare and one-of-a-kind collectibles, including PC copies of my Thunderstorm books and the original, handwritten manuscript of BLINDSPOT (Dark Regions Press, 2012), check out this charity AUCTION. These items are from my personal collection, which means you won’t see their like on the market again anytime soon, if at all. I’m only parting with them now because I want to help a family friend achieve his dream, much as all of you have been integral in helping me achieve mine. Feel free to check out the GOODIES, if you have a spare second, and drive up the prices for a good cause. 🙂

(Details below the cut.)

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Chance Creger is an amazing person. He runs the recreational hockey program at the Boulder Valley YMCA, coaches competitively at the AA level, and teaches kids of all ages and skill levels through Husky Hockey School. He works with my son (really freaking early in the morning) at the (ungodly cold) YMCA and has shown the kind of dedication and commitment to my son’s development that I’ve never seen from a coach of any sport. (Plus, he’s a new dad putting his wife through nursing school, a situation with which I’m intimately familiar.) He’s a valuable asset to the sport and our community. I hope you’ll consider contributing to a cause that might not mean much to you, but is very near and dear to my heart.

I hope these books can help Coach Chance reach his goal and find good homes in the process.

 

2 responses

  1. James Broussard

    Will Subterrestrial and some of your other Kindle novels ever be in book form? Love your Unit 51 Novel…in paperback of course.

    April 29, 2020 at 7:53 pm

    • Hey James, thanks for dropping a line. I think SUBTERRESTRIAL is the only one not available in paperback. It is available as a super fancy limited-edition hardcover with an original manuscript page tipped in, if that’s more to your liking. I doubt Kindle Press is in a rush to produce a paperback, unfortunately, considering it doesn’t technically exist anymore. 😉 I’ll send my annual follow up, just in case…

      April 29, 2020 at 8:23 pm

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