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Author: mcemerson Big funky green star, 20000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 586  
Subject: Re: The Secretary of Dreams Date: 12/14/2005 7:28 PM
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I meant to say thanks to you, by the way, for posting the link to cemetery dance last month. This will be my first book from them, so I'm glad to see your 'stamp of approval'.

I have quite a few of their books, they have a nice lineup of authors. I have all but four editions in their Novella Series and I have loved every book in the series. Though... and I wouldn't want them to get wind of this, I wouldn't buy their in stock books directly from them except as part of the deals they offer through their newsletter or on their website. Or... when they announce something that looks like it's going to sell out even before it's published (like today). There seems to be a nice premium on a lot of their Out of Print books but the ones that are still in stock can be had for a song on ebay and there's always a nice selection. I picked up a signed/limited of Christopher Golden's "Wildwood Road" today for $1 plus $4.85 S&H (they have it on their site for $40) . That's not an everyday occurrence and I bid on any of their books at a dollar minimum bid even if I have them because I'll just offer them again on ebay once they go Out of Print. ;~) The only other King book they've done was the limited (and the lettered) edition of "From a Buick 8", my brother has a copy and it's a beautiful book.
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