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Megapacks suggestions

Posted by Philippe Vanhauwermeiren on December 30, 2014 at 6:47pm 1 Comment

Hi,

I would like to suggest some authors for megapacks ( i don't know if those have already been suggested and it would perhaps be interesting to have a place where the list of all the suggestions and their answers would be collected) Here is my list:


Christopher ANVIL
Algis BUDRYS
Gordon R. DICKSON
Keith LAUMER
Erik Frank RUSSEL
William TENN
Nat SCHACHNER
James H. SCHMITZ
Lyon SPRAGUE DE CAMP
Jack WILLIAMSON

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Mack Reynolds

Posted by emil reynolds on February 27, 2014 at 12:33pm 0 Comments

We have completed the sale of my Dads literary estate and are looking forward to seeing his works republished by Wildside Press.

I think there will be a lot of younger readers that will enjoy seeing some of his hard to find works in circulation once more.

My First Book

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MY FIRST BOOK: GIANTS OF THE GENRE

My advice for beginning writers looking at getting their first novel published: hang tough, it’s one hell of a ride.

An author’s first book is like a first kiss – something you’ll never forgot as long as you live. After having nearly twenty books published, my first book still has a special place in my heart. It was Giants of the Genre published in 2003 by Wildside Press.

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New Megapack suggestion

Started by Brian Jones in Books and Ebooks. Last reply by Dan White 20 hours ago. 12 Replies

First off, thanks for adding me as a member. Second, I love your current selection of Megapacks. I've already bought a couple (Tom Swift and the Time Travel packs.)  I would like to add a suggestion…Continue

Suggestion for a collection: Papa Schimmelhorn (Reginald Bretnor)

Started by Dan White in Books and Ebooks on Sunday. 0 Replies

Recently, I discovered and scored a very readable paper copy of Nobelist Schimmelhorn, the last story in the series, a 1987 novelette.  My collection is now complete.  I have :The Schimmelhorn File:…Continue

Weird Tales' MegaPack author suggestions

Started by Weird Tales in Books and Ebooks. Last reply by Weird Tales on Sunday. 1 Reply

The works of Manly Wade Wellman and Robert Bloch—particularly their short horror works—are in dire need of being published in eBook form.Right now the only means of obtaining Manly Wade Wellman's and…Continue

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New Amber books

Started by Tyler Darneille in Books and Ebooks. Last reply by John Betancourt on Sunday. 1 Reply

This question is directed toward John Bettencourt.  Any chance at all of a continuation of the Amber story, whether it's book 5 of the Oberon cycle or a continuation after the short stories in "Manna…Continue

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Dan White replied to Brian Jones's discussion New Megapack suggestion
"That would be a question for John B, but does it really matter ? The Danny Dunn books will be available in the near future."
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Suggestion for a collection: Papa Schimmelhorn (Reginald Bretnor)

Recently, I discovered and scored a very readable paper copy of Nobelist Schimmelhorn, the last story in the series, a 1987 novelette.  My collection is now complete.  I have :The Schimmelhorn File: Memoirs of a Dirty Old Genius (collection, 1979) - which collects:The Gnurrs Come From the Voodvork Out (short story, 1950)Little Anton (novelette, 1951)Papa Schimmelhorn and the S.O.D.O.M. Serum (1973)Count Von Schimmelhorn and the Time-Pony (novella, 1974)The Ladies of Beetlegoose Nine (novella,…See More
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Weird Tales commented on Philippe Vanhauwermeiren's blog post Megapacks suggestions
"James H. Schmitz is great but his stuff's easy to find in eBook form. I'd love to see Jack Williams' works, particularly his short works, in eBook form. He definitely gets my vote."
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Weird Tales replied to Weird Tales's discussion Weird Tales' MegaPack author suggestions
"Also: it'd be nice to see more MegaPacks that contain works from Weird Tales magazine or a MegaPack containing works from Strange Tales and other rivals of Weird Tales magazine."
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Weird Tales' MegaPack author suggestions

The works of Manly Wade Wellman and Robert Bloch—particularly their short horror works—are in dire need of being published in eBook form.Right now the only means of obtaining Manly Wade Wellman's and Bloch's best works is to shell out tons of cash—in some cases multiple hundreds of dollars—for out of print volumes of their works. It's a shame, really, and something must be done to get these two great author's great works in the hands of more people.Can we expect MegaPacks of the short horror…See More
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This question is directed toward John Bettencourt.  Any chance at all of a continuation of the Amber story, whether it's book 5 of the Oberon cycle or a continuation after the short stories in "Manna From Heaven?" I know you posted the project was dead back in 2013 but perhaps something has changed since then?Thank you for your time!Tyler DarneilleSee More
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