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Transubstantiate

The debut novel by Richard Thomas is set for its June 18  release.  Pre-order starts on April 1.  The first hundred copies will be sold as a signed limited edition–with rumors of other neat additions.  My alarm is already set for 12:01 AM that Friday because I have a feeling they’re going to sell fast.

Also, there is a $2.00 discount code on the Transubstantiate Facebook page.  While you’re there, give some support and register as a fan.  Don’t get me wrong, I usually hate those Facebook games and become-a-fans, but this is special and I truly am a believer.

Richard Thomas is a long time member of my online workshop and has been taking over the Lit Mag scene.  He has been published in Gold Dust Magazine, Colored Chalk and 3:AM Magazine — to name a few.

This isn’t the last time you’ll hear his name.

Transubstantiate

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  1. wickerkat
    March 18, 2010 at 7:34 pm

    Thanks so much.

    ALSO – If you register at http://www.otherworldpublications.com you are entered in a contest to win either EVERY book they put out in 2010 (seven, including mine and Nik Korpon’s STAY GOD, he’s a Cultie too), or a $20 Starbucks card or a $10 Target card.

    Our Facebook group is 600+ and growing, so help out a debut author if you can.

    Thanks,
    Richard

  2. Kelley
    March 22, 2010 at 10:14 am

    Where will it be released? I’ll take a look again at the facebook page for sure. I’d love to see what all the rage is about!

  3. March 22, 2010 at 5:20 pm

    pre-order for the signed/limited of 100 hardcovers with extra chapter, extended interview, and audio cd as well as the paperback, will start on 4.1.10 – the books release on 6.18.10

    you can read a synopsis and sample chapter at http://www.transubtantiate.net

    thanks for the interest kelley, i really appreciate it

    peace,
    richard

  4. March 22, 2010 at 5:22 pm

    crap, typo there – it’s http://www.transubstantiate.net sorry about that – left out an S – next book i’m calling something really short, Stephen King knew what he was doing when he called his book It

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