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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade' started by Uncle_CreepShow, Mar 4, 2014.
I would LOVE to work as a "professional reader"....anyone know who's hiring?
I have a copy. If you want it just send me a PM
I'm looking for Joyland. I prefer hardback, but paperback will do.
Marsha has one!
I might have a spare.
Fun little story, as well.
The hardcover of Joyland was limited edition and may cost you $$.
You have a spare hardcover of Joyland? Isn't that a limited edition?
Nahh, mine are paperbacks.
"but paperback will do."
Hardcover = 'limited edition' ? Cool, yard sale season is nearly here!
FREE TO A GOOD HOME
This litter is of varying breeds and conditions,
and needs to be re-homed. Moving to an
insane asylum and not on approved reading list.
Little maintenance needed or required, just give
them your time and attention. Good with troubled
adults and weird kids. All house broken and
comes with guaranteed hours of enjoyment,
intrigue and terror. Would prefer they go to
a home in need, but not required.
Will ship for free via media mail to any
continental US location.
Will also throw in gratis air guitar.
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(and I’m still holding a free UK hc copy of
The Eyes of the Dragon, just waiting to
hear from king family fan. nudge nudge)
Very cool, DiO'Bolic! 'Gerald's Game' - ? Hmmmm, not familiar with this one....
Thanks DiO'Bolic. somehow I missed that saving EOTD. Blind I guess.
LOL... I'll be heading over to the hardware store early next week. Yup, our post office is located in the local hardware store. Seems we never quite got out of the 1800's
Great book! - you should read it - interesting plot and story line - a bit different from his usual stuff but I for one really enjoyed it (and no, I do not like to get tied up! )
I think my books found a home.
I NEVER sell my ARC/proofs, either by eBay or otherwise until well after the book itself is published and then only if I have a duplicate. To see my collection:
Book Collection: jhanic proofs
John those are totally awesome. I hope someday to get a couple myself. Thanks for sharing those.
It's a great read
I have an extra NIGHTMARES & DREAMSCAPES, if you'd like it.
As a reviewer,I get a buttload of ARCS (yes, that's a technical term now ;D)--no SK-- but I feel weird about doing anything but shelving them them once I'm finished. Curse my honorable streak--haha. I've seen first-hand that it can hurt sales when they're passed around, especially pre-publication. Hell, my own daughter found an ARC of Lauren Oliver's new book at a thrift store long before publication, passed it around to her friends, and now none of them will be buying that particular book. Ms. Mod, as a spokesperson for an author, what would they prefer a reviewer do with an ARC?