Barnes and Noble lists the publication date as 03/22/2016.When is it due out?
By coincidence I have been trying to persuade Mrs K for ages to read some SK - she hates scary stuff and horror but I have been trying to persuade her there is so much more to his writing than that - in fact he just writes books about people at the end of the day.
Anyway finally persuaded her to try Mr Mercedes last night and we were trying to double up on it from Amazon and buy Finders Keepers but of course it wasn't yet out in paperback.
Anyway Mr Mercedes arrived this morning so I shall see how she gets on with it!
Received my copy of the so-called "premium mass-market paperback" version of Finders Keepers from Amazon today. Yeah, it's not the same size as the trade paperback of Mr. Mercedes. It's the traditional mass-market paperback size Pocket has been doing for a while...Here we go. I now have the official information from the publisher (Pocket).
Finders Keepers will only be released as a premium mass-market, no trade paperback. I'm told it's the same size as the paperback edition of Mr. Mercedes. It's set to come out 3/22/16 with a SRP of $9.99.
...I think this was addressed way back when, but for the life of me I can't remember the answer..I just accepted it as a "Kingism" and moved on....I am not sure of how to start "posting", so here goes.... I have a question on this book Finders Keepers. In the book Mr. King mentions not just notebooks, but Moleskine (TM) notebooks. In fact, he mentions "Moleskine" many, many times. As it would happen, I received a Moleskine notebook as a gift at a seminar just about the time I finished reading the book. I was curious and went online to find out the correct way to pronounce "Moleskine". This is another whole story and I suggest you Google "Moleskine" to see some silly video on the topic. My question is, Rothstein wrote the notebooks before 1978. My online search says that the Moleskine company was formed in 1997 based on a 1986 suggestion. So have I caught an anachronism here? Is it a mistake or intentional? (I think Mr. King likes his hidden jokes.) Or is there more to the company history that I am not seeing online? I would like to address this to the author, but I have not yet figured out how to do "letters to the author". Thank you in advance for any comments.