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  • bookworm 1
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    Originally posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    That’s a good point. But I don’t recall any hoops for PS but who knows

    I resubscribed to SST tonight and for the confirmation email.

    Speaking of SST my Trembaly Ghosts arrived today so that was a pleasant surprise. Box was beat to hell though - can’t tell if something was trying to get in, or out ...
    Mine came today as well and the box was a mess. My first thought when J read the line about not knowing if something was trying to get in or get out was SET and Paul pull off the greatest stunt ever and bring you Head Full of Ghosts in a box full of ghosts.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
    I haven't received a PS email in awhile but thought I had jumped through all their hoops when I did it for all the other UK publishers, etc. Might just need to sign back up.
    PS is pretty consistent in sending a newsletter out every Friday. If you are not receiving it there is an issue.

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  • Brian861
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    Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
    You know, a while back Great Britain passed pretty robust privacy policy laws to keep peopleís info protected. Maybe those laws had something to do with some extra hardcore spam filtering coming across from the UK. I recall I had to agree to a bunch of terms and conditions from SST and PS to stay on their email lists.
    I haven't received a PS email in awhile but thought I had jumped through all their hoops when I did it for all the other UK publishers, etc. Might just need to sign back up.

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  • Martin
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    Tried signing up through a different email address and received an immediate confirmation. I assume that Comcast was somehow blocking the confirmation email without even sending it to me as possible spam.

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  • TacomaDiver
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    Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
    You know, a while back Great Britain passed pretty robust privacy policy laws to keep peopleís info protected. Maybe those laws had something to do with some extra hardcore spam filtering coming across from the UK. I recall I had to agree to a bunch of terms and conditions from SST and PS to stay on their email lists.
    Thatís a good point. But I donít recall any hoops for PS but who knows

    I resubscribed to SST tonight and for the confirmation email.

    Speaking of SST my Trembaly Ghosts arrived today so that was a pleasant surprise. Box was beat to hell though - canít tell if something was trying to get in, or out ...

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  • One eyed cat
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    Originally posted by Martin View Post
    SST does not appear to want my money. I have tried multiple times to sign up for their email list and never get the confirmation email from them. How did those of you who are receiving emails from them sign up?
    I signed up through the website fairly recently (when they announced the Lansdale series) and think I have gotten them all since. I use Firefox as my browser and all my book stuff comes through a Yahoo email address if that helps at all.

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  • bookworm 1
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    Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
    If I didn't have 2 editions of GBB at the time, I definitely would have gotten SST's! Then I would have to get the matching GMF. If I were in your spot, I would get both SST editions especially since you need to read up on Gwendy before the sequel hits.



    I own a signed SHIFTING OF VEILS by Lebbon. I got it in a grab bag from PS. Problem is it's the third installment in a trilogy and I haven't read the first two, so I've never cracked it. I wish I had so I'd know if Lebbon was my type of author.
    The few Tim Lennon books I have read I have really enjoyed. I think that you will like his work.

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  • jeffingoff
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    Originally posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    I used to receive emails from SST but I haven't seen anything from them in ages (other than order and shipping confirmations.) Not sure if the Googles are blocking them or something . . .
    You know, a while back Great Britain passed pretty robust privacy policy laws to keep people’s info protected. Maybe those laws had something to do with some extra hardcore spam filtering coming across from the UK. I recall I had to agree to a bunch of terms and conditions from SST and PS to stay on their email lists.

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  • TacomaDiver
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    Originally posted by Martin View Post
    SST does not appear to want my money. I have tried multiple times to sign up for their email list and never get the confirmation email from them. How did those of you who are receiving emails from them sign up?
    I used to receive emails from SST but I haven't seen anything from them in ages (other than order and shipping confirmations.) Not sure if the Googles are blocking them or something . . .

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  • Dan Hocker
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    Ok I just confirmed. They're more in line with our gift editions. They're not numbered or signed, but are limited. I think RC was flat signing copies that we sold of that one.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
    Was SST's Button Box numbered? I thought it was a signed unnumbered edition. I could be wrong though, it's been awhile. I do still have a handful of copies, I guess I could just go look...
    You might be right, Dan. The product page on SST's site just says "limited to 600 copies" for Button Box, while Magic Feather does state that it is hand-numbered.

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  • Dan Hocker
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    Was SST's Button Box numbered? I thought it was a signed unnumbered edition. I could be wrong though, it's been awhile. I do still have a handful of copies, I guess I could just go look...

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
    If I didn't have 2 editions of GBB at the time, I definitely would have gotten SST's! Then I would have to get the matching GMF. If I were in your spot, I would get both SST editions especially since you need to read up on Gwendy before the sequel hits.



    I own a signed SHIFTING OF VEILS by Lebbon. I got it in a grab bag from PS. Problem is it's the third installment in a trilogy and I haven't read the first two, so I've never cracked it. I wish I had so I'd know if Lebbon was my type of author.
    That's what I'm think about the Gwendy books as well...It's just been a downpour of announcements lately, so adding those two editions stretches the budget mighty thin. As for Lebbon, the price point for THE SILENCE is very reasonable so I think it is worth the risk. It's gotten fairly good reviews as well, if I remember correctly.

    Did you jump on an advance preorder of MARJORIE through DRP?

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  • jeffingoff
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    I'm in a slightly different boat: I don't have BUTTON BOX but do have MAGIC FEATHER coming from CD, so I'm debating about getting both BUTTON BOX and MAGIC FEATHER through SST so that I can have a matching set. I don't know...can't quite decide.
    If I didn't have 2 editions of GBB at the time, I definitely would have gotten SST's! Then I would have to get the matching GMF. If I were in your spot, I would get both SST editions especially since you need to read up on Gwendy before the sequel hits.

    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    I think you'll like Tim Lebbon. I've enjoyed his work for some time but he doesn't get a lot of Signed Limited love lately. I have yet to pull the trigger on THE SILENCE though I'll probably do so soon. SST continues to hit that sweet spot for me with their new announcements.
    I own a signed SHIFTING OF VEILS by Lebbon. I got it in a grab bag from PS. Problem is it's the third installment in a trilogy and I haven't read the first two, so I've never cracked it. I wish I had so I'd know if Lebbon was my type of author.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    I think that Dan is probably right about the spam blocking. I signed up on the same link that Jeff posted and have never had an issue. I'm sure Paul will get this sorted out for you though.
    It is definitely not in my Spam folder. This is the second company I have tried to sign up for emails from that I never get a response from. I think I will try an amil from a different provider and see if that works.

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