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Next Monday at the Jean Cocteau

We have a very big Sunday coming up at the Jean Cocteau Cinema.

But that's not the end of the excitement. There's a great event scheduled for Monday, July 25 as well, one week from today.

That's when Dutch author THOMAS OLDE HEUVELT will be be visiting us, to talk about his new horror novel, HEX. Heuvelt was the winner of a Hugo last year for his novelette "The World Turned Upside Down." HEX is something very different, though...

Thomas does not get to this side of the pond very often, much less down here to the Land of Enchantment, so don't miss your chance to meet him, and get your book signed. HEX is creepy and gripping and original, sure to be one of the top horror novels of 2016.

You can reserve a seat and a copy of the book at the JCC website: http://www.jeancocteaucinema.com/


Damon McAllister
Jul. 19th, 2016 12:23 am (UTC)
Thank you and inquiring about Fevre Dream
First off, I'd like to thank you for your efforts over the years, for dedicating your life to us grateful fans by creating such a breathtaking and revolutionary fantasy world in Westeros, a place where your readers can live among the smallfolk and the nobles, all the way from the freezing Lands of Always Winter to the desolate landscape of Dorne. I wanted to let you know that there are fans out there that aren't entitled, whiny bitches that would appreciate you taking your time in order to improve the quality of the final product we anticipate so fervently. Show watchers and haters have no idea what they're missing out on. I can only hope you'd spare the time to read this.

Second. After briefly researching your bibliography online, I've become interested in reading your pre-ASOIAF works. Cut through the pages of Fevre Dream as rapidly as the paddle-wheels of the Eclipse, yessuh. Especially enjoyed *cough* spoilers ahead for the unwary - Sour Billy's prolonged, agonizing end. I've heard you claim you're planning on publishing a sequel to Fevre Dream. If you're still on board (pun intended) with that idea, have you begun working on it yet? What's it gonna be about, York and the remaining night folks? No pressure. Keep doing what you do best.


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