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  • frik51
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    $400.00!
    (If I remember correctly - as I ordered one)

    sk

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  • Brian James Freeman
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    I was on the fence too, but decided to take the plunge with 50% off sale as well. Does anybody have any info regarding the lettered edition? With the limited being $175, I'm kinda curious what the lettered went for.
    Good question, I'll go back and check the orders today and find out!

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  • Sock Monkey
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    I was on the fence too, but decided to take the plunge with 50% off sale as well. Does anybody have any info regarding the lettered edition? With the limited being $175, I'm kinda curious what the lettered went for.

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  • Teriw
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    I didn't even think of this when that coupon came up. All for the better I guess. My car will love me for it. lol

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  • bookworm 1
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    I know it will be worth the wait.This has been on my preorder list for along time.Last weeks 50% off coupon sealed the deal on it.

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  • Brian James Freeman
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    Originally posted by RJK1981 View Post
    Is there any more word on this? How many copies of the Limited will there be? Will it be numbered?
    Later this year we'll confirm the count for the Limited Editions and whether it will be numbered for sure. Part of that hinges on whether certain authors are willing to sign, etc, etc.

    Richard has worked on this one in bursts over the years, and part of the wait has been getting certain pieces that we feel are key to making it work for collectors, but we are making progress.

    Thanks, as always, to those who have the patience to wait for this one!

    Brian

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  • bookworm 1
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    I have thought that about several books in the past but CD always comes through.There will be a name change for sure.Brian said at one point some of the books were being anounced way ahead of time and then there were unexpected delays.That is why they have a production update page and do not announce titles too far in advance.Keep the faith Teri.
    Originally posted by Teriw View Post
    I'm starting to think this ones not happening.

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  • RichardThomas
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    No worries, Teri. It'll just be called Cemetery Dance: A Twenty Year Celebration!

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  • Teriw
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    I'm starting to think this ones not happening.

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  • RJK1981
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    Is there any more word on this? How many copies of the Limited will there be? Will it be numbered?

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    Appreciate your point Siep, and I'm pleased that your chosen vocation gives you the fulfillment everyone wants/needs/desires from what they do for a living.

    From my personal perspective (being the place that I, as an individual, speak from) office management (which apparently chose me for a living, rather than the other way around) has become a little tiresome in recent times.

    It could be that (a) this is a purple patch I'm going through, it could (b) be that I'm truly tired of the vocation, it could be (c) that my meds need topping up

    However, I retire in five years (a part of my remaining in my vocation is to fulfull my plan of retiring at age 55) so I can catch up on all the books I've not read, and, more importantly, spending quality time with my loved ones that I've not been able to full do whilst I've been spending my days doing what I do) so whichever of the reasons I've nominated above will be moot
    Last edited by Grant Wootton; 02-25-2012, 09:11 PM.

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  • Teriw
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    I think i'd rather be bored than deal with kids. even if it means I can barely pay my bills.

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  • frik51
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    Originally posted by Grant Wootton View Post
    (if you've been doing the same type of work for 30 years it does become a little ... humdrum ...)
    Beg to differ, Grant.
    I've been teaching for close to forty years and I don't think I've ever been bored yet - seriously.
    The last couple of years I've been teaching our hardcore Rotterdam adolescents. I love teaching, but these kids don't make this an easy job. Each day's a new challenge I gladly accept. The highlight's always the same: kids succeeding in where they failed before. Seeing a smile on those faces when they realise they are capable of more, much more, than (they) thought possible.
    Of course there are heartbreaking moments, when kids you love are picked up by our local police , put in handcuffs and locked away for a couple of years.

    Still, I wouldn't trade my job for any other.

    sk

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    Well, said that I was bored (if you've been doing the same type of work for 30 years it does become a little ... humdrum ...) However, I did not say that I didn't get paid well for the privilege of being bored

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  • Teriw
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    I'd like to know what you do to be bored at work and still afford all those SK books.

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