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    I just got a notice from Amazon that Midnight Mass (the regular hardcover, not the fancy one) has shipped. I thought it wasn't coming out until April. What a nice surprise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa
    I just got a notice from Amazon that Midnight Mass (the regular hardcover, not the fancy one) has shipped. I thought it wasn't coming out until April. What a nice surprise.
    Lisa
    Now, we can only hope that the 'fancy' one ships some day. (ahem, SIMS 4 and 5)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Hajek
    Now, we can only hope that the 'fancy' one ships some day. (ahem, SIMS 4 and 5)
    I signed the sig sheets a couple of weeks agao, so it can't be long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa
    I just got a notice from Amazon that Midnight Mass (the regular hardcover, not the fancy one) has shipped.
    I received a couple of copies last week from my editor. I think it looks great.
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    My wife brought a copy home from work yesterday (she works at Borders). Stayed up until 4 am reading. Haven't finished yet, but it's great so far. No surprise there.

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    Default Started Midnight Mass...

    ...and must ask FPW:

    What is it with women named Carol(e) and tertiary characters (never seen) named Kevin? I'm being sincere: these were the first things I noticed about this (and I'm sure I remember the Kevin bit because I truly am in love with Hosts)

    Just curious!
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    [QUOTE=Sangwyn]...and must ask FPW:

    What is it with women named Carol(e) and tertiary characters (never seen) named Kevin? I'm being sincere: these were the first things I noticed about this (and I'm sure I remember the Kevin bit because I truly am in love with Hosts)QUOTE]
    Lack of imagination + Alzheimer's. Sometimes I catch myself, sometimes I don't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sangwyn
    ...and must ask FPW:

    What is it with women named Carol(e) and tertiary characters (never seen) named Kevin? I'm being sincere: these were the first things I noticed about this (and I'm sure I remember the Kevin bit because I truly am in love with Hosts)
    You can never have enough Kevins, hey Lisa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave
    You can never have enough Kevins, hey Lisa?
    That's right, Dave. I'm all for tertiary characters named Kevin. As long as they die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Hajek
    Now, we can only hope that the 'fancy' one ships some day. (ahem, SIMS 4 and 5)
    Whoo hoo!!! The 'fancy' one finally arrived. Going the route of Shocklines was great for the personal inscription. Thank you, Paul. I love the extra bonus. I'd frame it if it didn't require ripping a page out of the book. Thank you again!
    Scott Hajek

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