|Posted on Friday, July 01, 2005 - 04:01 am: |
For UK purchasers, the acclaimed Nemo|1|2|3 & 4 are currently 3.50 pounds each (instead of the original price of 5.50) - until stocks last ... or until Nemo|5 is launched (in August probably), when they will be 4.20 pounds each.
Nemo|5 will be 5 pounds each if you want to make an advance order.
All prices inclusive of postage. Please enquire at email@example.com for more details and whether I can do you a bulk bespoke deal and the equivalent deals for overseas customers.
Please also enquire at that address if you are able to get a Nemo|5 review published and would like a review copy. I'm only sending out free copies of Nemo|5 for such requests.
http://www.nemonymous.com for links to past reviews of Nemo|4.
Spoiler link for each issue's authorage:
Competition links for free copies of Nemo|5:
Yours, Tyrone Shoelaces (temporary storeman)
|Posted on Friday, July 01, 2005 - 06:25 am: |
And oh, yes, please say if you want your nameless copy signed personally to you by DF Lewis? I wouldn't, if I were you!
|Posted on Friday, July 01, 2005 - 08:56 am: |
You're fired, Shoelaces!
|Posted on Friday, July 08, 2005 - 06:22 am: |
Nemo bargain prices have been linked from the website for a few days now.
Somone recently wrote to another public Nemonymous message board:
Just stayed up all night reading Nemonymous 4 cover to cover. Very impressed. Every story surprised me in some way. I felt compelled to read each and every one. Haven't had an experience like that for a while.
I must admit, I had wondered if the content would live up to the idea. It did more than that. The incredible whiteness of its being really gave something to the language.
If it's true what I read on another thread about its not being given its due then I don't understand how that might be.
Now I suppose I have to get the rest of 'em...
Sorry (but pleased!) that Nemo4 made you stay up all night. And to hear that form and content worked so well hand-in-glove is very satisfying.
As to not getting its due, Nemonymous Four is a sleekly white Stealth fighter-plane that often misses radars!
|Posted on Thursday, September 08, 2005 - 01:48 pm: |
Flashing Covers! There's now a bulk purchase link at Project Pulp for all five Nemonymous Anthologies - and the covers flash on and off one by one!!!
|Posted on Thursday, September 08, 2005 - 04:16 pm: |
|Posted on Friday, September 09, 2005 - 12:32 am: |
Thanks, Anna, & there's just been a London TIME OUT review of Nemo Five saying: "...switching between the Pan Book of Horror Stories and one of HP Lovecraft's wordier collections."