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  • cosmic cube
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    thanks David. appreciate your help

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  • David Mosley
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    Originally posted by cosmic cube View Post
    sorry new to this and posted this in wrong thread. Apologies, have reposted in hopefully the correct thread.
    Hey, no problem. To paraphrase Doctor Who: "[The Multiverse] is like visiting Paris. You can't just read the guide book. You've got to throw yourself in, eat the food, use the wrong verbs, get charged double and end up kissing complete strangers - or is that just me?"



    Welcome!

    PS. I'll remove the posts in the Pronunciation thread so there's no confusion.

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  • cosmic cube
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    sorry

    sorry new to this and posted this in wrong thread. Apologies, have reposted in hopefully the correct thread.

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  • cosmic cube
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    Demon race that formed stormbringer/mournblade

    hi mike

    i'm a new subscriber but an old soul. This may be a well trodden path but I was wondering whether you had any plans to say write a story about the demon race that became stormbringer/mournblade and their brothers and sisters.

    The race must be incredibly powerful, there are references in various places to stombringer being a power on pretty much any plane of existence. They killed gods.

    How did they come into being ? who were they ? why did they choose the form of a sword ?

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    Review of MD

    A review in The Daily Telegraph of The Metatemporal Detective
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/main...5/bomoo105.xml
    and this...
    http://entertainment.timesonline.co....cle3127837.ece
    Last edited by Michael Moorcock; 01-05-2008, 12:15 PM.

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  • Oren
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    It runs in the family:
    Linda's reviews at Amazon

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  • The Cosmic Balance
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    Mike's reviews at Amazon

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    Oops, that was you, was it ? Thought it was some sort of scam and deleted it! Not sure what it means, either! Sorry, though... :oops:

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  • Typhoid_Mary
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    Hey Mike, I've just made you my Amazon Friend. I'm not sure what that means, exactly, but still...

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  • Michael Moorcock
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    James Colvin was my pseudonym when I wrote for Science Fantasy, then became a 'house pseudonym' on New Worlds. Later, for fun I invented hisa uncle Warwick Colvin Jnr, son of James. It's the name you'll find as the author of the Masked Buckaroo stories (see Tales from the Texas Woods) and it also appears in the Blood and War Amongst the Angels stories. I also use it for projects like some of my contributions to Iain Sinclair's forthcoming City of Disappearances. Since I didn't want to use my own name at Amazon (though I'd be happy to, otherwise) I chose what I thought was an obvious pseudonym and have made it clear that it's me. I've used it to review books I like and to correct faults in Amazon information about my own books etc.

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  • liar_on_high
    started a topic Mike found your Amazon alter ego

    Mike found your Amazon alter ego

    "Excuse me for sailing under the above flag of convenience. It's one of my jokier pseudonyms."

    I got a good chuckle out of your response.

    What's the origin of the pseudonym?
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