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We don't have a ton of space in this apartment, and my piles of author copies are beginning to totter and threaten to crush us all, plus we need some cash for baby hospital bills, so I'm going to sell 'em.

You can get signed and/or inscribed copies for cover price (I'll round up to destroy any stray pennies), plus $4 shipping per book for mass market paperbacks and $6 each for trade paperbacks. (It's a little more than shipping costs alone, but I gotta buy envelopes and spend time packaging things and give paypal their cut and all that, so it seems fair.) For overseas, call it $10 shipping.

Drop me a note to or post in the comments here saying what you want and telling me if you want them just signed or also personalized, and I'll do math and tell you what you owe me and where to send the Paypal money. First come first served and all that, which is why you should comment or e-mail instead of just sending me money -- I don't want you to pay for something I ran out of.

Here's what's available:

Mass-market paperback of Blood Engines, $7.

Mass-market paperback of Poison Sleep, $7 Sold out!

Mass-market paperback of Dead Reign, $7

Mass-market paperback of Spell Games, $7.

(While supplies last I'll sell a set of all four for $25 plus $12 shipping if you want to be economical about it.) Sorry, I'm out of Poison Sleep, so no more sets!

Trade paperback of debut novel The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl, $12.

Trade paperback of collection Hart & Boot & Other Stories, $15.

(All those above are first editions.)

Trade paperback of collection Little Gods, $15. (This is the newer offset edition, which doesn't include the poems that were in the original print-on-demand edition -- I don't have copies of the first edition to spare, alas.)

I'll keep the sale open until I sell everything or until I get sick of addressing envelopes, but it'll be open for a couple of weeks at least.

We've got a filing cabinet and another cabinet full of Flytraps and chapbooks I'd love to get rid of too -- buy some chapbooks or purchase back issues of the 'zine.

They make great, uh, late Easter gifts.

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