New patches are here!

I just got the Utah County MHI patches and Team Haven MHI patches.  I’ll get pictures up as soon as I can!  They look awesome. Yay!

I’ll be selling these soon. I’m going to have to bump them up to $5 instead of the regular $3 because I did them in a much smaller run. You guys are gonna flip when you see the walrus with the banjo.

Edit:  Just realized that both of my books were in the 5,000 range on Amazon today, which puts both of them in the top 100 of both Horror and Epic Fantasy. He he he.

New MHI Patches for Sale!
I'm just shocked that the Israelis shot these guys. Shocked I tell you.

19 thoughts on “New patches are here!”

  1. Larry,

    I read a LOT of sci fi in my younger days, but no horror stuff, and not much fiction at all for the last 20 years or so, but having heard so much about MHI, I gave it a try. I’m still pissed at you for costing me so much sleep when I couldn’t put the damn thing down without just…One. More. Chapter.

    Oh, and I was more pissed when I finished it and didn’t have another one to start on. I gues I’m going to have to break down and buy a Kindle just to get a jump on Book 2 (but only if you promise Book 3 is in the works.

    Seriously Larry, MHI fit in a genre that I never thought I would care for, but you are one fine writer and I found it damn near addictive!

    I hope all of your stuff goes to the top 10, much less the top 100. I’ve probably sold 10 copies of MHI just by word of mouth and my refusal to loan out my copy.

  2. The kindle isn’t the only choice for a reader either there are
    many different ones out there. The best thing is that Baen
    doesn’t infest there files with drm. Once you buy it you can
    read it on whatever you want.

    If you interested in info on all of the different ereaders and
    the different file formats that they use you can check out the wiki at and the forums. The members there are
    very helpful when folks have questions.

  3. Personally, I like Microsoft Reader. The text is easy on the eyes, and it’s almost like reading the actual book itself.

    And it’s free, which is always a plus.

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