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Discussion in 'General Discussion & Questions' started by FlakeNoir, Nov 1, 2013.
Yes I did. I think the front of the postcard had a picture of a dog if I recall correctly.
or some sort of small furry animal - it was probably one of those Richardson's ground squirrels or what we call "Prairie Dogs"
Cool! Now all I have to do is go back and check my old "Conversations" and I can add you to my Christmas card list hohoho
Have heard back from Steve and he says the black one is a fake but the other is real "or appear(s) to be".
Thanks for the update. Yeah, the signature on black one didn't appear right to me.
I tried to order it the day I posted about the outrageous shipping, so that was after they said that they had adjusted the rates. So, if it was adjusted then the new rate is still too high.
I bought a handmade crocheted voodoo doll sock monkey from one of our Ka-Tet members here!
Not too sure if that is actually Stephen King related but I figure that is close enough for me
Spoiler: Sock monkeys are coool! ☺
Warning - scary pug in spoiler
- must get myself to a book store or Value Village to find more SK books!
On Thursday I received two boxes at work within an hour. One being the Cemetery Dance edition of Tabatha King's Small World, and the other also from Cemetery Dance, The Bill Hodge Trilogy with slipcase. Pictures of both to come soon.
Does anybody know what the current status of the Cemetery Dance edition of the Shining?
Brian has just posted an update here.
Woohoo, progress is being made.
This edition is so going to be worth the waiting time. I can't wait to finally be able to read the 'lost' epilogue. We already have the 'lost' prologue Before The Play, now I want to sink my teeth into the rest of it.
....just got myself a copy of this.....
Just came home with 1st trade paperbacks of the 'Collector's Editions' of Carrie and 'Salem's Lot that were published back in 1991 by Plume and a 2000 reprint of The Dark Half published in Amsterdam. The thrift store that I was at where I found this also had three parts of The Green Mile, also published in Amsterdam. Are they published in the Dutch language then? The title is De Duistere Kant. I guess I could probably teach myself how to read this language by comparing it word for word to the English one.
Who is this Samuel French person?
Or send it to me so that I can learn Dutch.
...apparently they are a London publisher.....found it on Thrift Books....
Gotta love thriftbooks.com, eh?
Hubby knows how to ut a smile on my face haha!