Fancy a signed copy of The Hammer and the Blade?

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The Hammer and the Blade is on shelves worldwide.  I hope you already knew that.  Dear God, I hope you already knew that.

Anyway, as always with a new release, I’m doing an e-signing.  So if you’d like a signed copy of The Hammer and the Blade and you live in the United States, you can Paypal me $11USD (Paypal account is paulsvantekemp at yahoo dot com) and it shall be yours.  Just provide me with your address, the person to whom the book should be dedicated, and any other personalization instructions that strike your fancy.  If you want a signed copy and live outside the United States, the price would be $6USD plus shipping (drop me an email with your address and I’ll let you know shipping costs so you can decide if you want to proceed; email is paulsvantekemp at yahoo dot com).

Hope to hear from you.  I’ll keep this going until I’m out of copies.

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10 thoughts on “Fancy a signed copy of The Hammer and the Blade?

  1. Wahoo, thanks, been waiting for this!

    Congrats again on the release and apparently amazing reviews of the book.

  2. i got it, i got it!
    well, bought it the other night, so i dont see getting a signed copy (although that would be cool).

    just gotta finish reading Bury Elminster Deep, then its next (and it jumped ahead of a looong list) 😀

    I loved cale and mask, jak was cool and so was Rivelin (havent read much star wars in a bit). But Abelar was the MAN!

    So, I am looking forward to reading this.

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    • Book tour is unlikely. Day job and family make travel rare. I will be doing a signing or two at GenCon, so if you’re there, stop by.

  4. I need to find a way to go to GenCon this year! I meant to get a picture with you that time I jumped out of Bob Salvatore’s line to get Shadowbred signed. I finished The Hammer and the Blade and wow, just wow! That ending was sublime and so satisfying. It was unexpected and how you handled the sister’s and the eunuch… it hits a note when all the pieces for Egil and Nix come together. That is one thing that impressed me about how you wrote it. The reader knows most of the answers, but when Egil and Nix find out it is as if you didn’t. I don’t know if that makes much sense, but I literally felt their disgust and sense of failure. Amazing! Who needs cocaine when you can read this! Thank you for writing this and I look forward to your next tale about these two.

  5. Why haven’t I been keeping up to date on your blog? I would never have known that this finally was picked up and published without it. I’m *really* looking forward to reading this one.

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