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  • Dave1442397
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    Got my shipping notice too, and now I wish I hadn't read the book before ordering it! It was a great story, well worth ordering a special edition of.

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  • sholloman81
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    Just received my shipping notice for Stephen Graham Jones' "The Only Good Indians". Super excited and can't wait to see how it looks. Sure it will be awesome as I have yet to be let down by an SST production. Between being a huge Stephen Graham Jones and the good press that this title has received, I have been dying to read this book. Can't wait until SST announces the pre-order window for Mongrels. Loved that one! Wish more of his earlier titles got the hardcover/limited treatment.

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  • Ben Staad
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    That sounds like one well traveled book.

    Originally posted by Martin View Post
    Well my original copy of Westlake Soul actually arrived today. It is apparent that this one has been in transit for quite some time. There is obvious damage to one corner of the book. Glad I already have the replacement. This one will now be a reading copy. This copy shipped almost three months ago to the day.

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  • Martin
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    Well my original copy of Westlake Soul actually arrived today. It is apparent that this one has been in transit for quite some time. There is obvious damage to one corner of the book. Glad I already have the replacement. This one will now be a reading copy. This copy shipped almost three months ago to the day.

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  • Splync
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    I got set up through Camelot as well. I was on the fence since I have the DRP lettered Bird Box, but decided to keep riding the SST train.

    I’m surprised to see that SST is already sold out of Bird Box considering it has already had a limited treatment. Also surprised the Koontz book hasn’t sold out (price point?).
    I'm thinking that Koontz hasn't sold out due to a combination of the price and perhaps not enough exposure.

    The Koontz fanbase may not have heard about the edition.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    I got set up through Camelot as well. I was on the fence since I have the DRP lettered Bird Box, but decided to keep riding the SST train.

    I’m surprised to see that SST is already sold out of Bird Box considering it has already had a limited treatment. Also surprised the Koontz book hasn’t sold out (price point?).

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  • khaos
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    Well, I asked Camelot to add me to the Malerman train. Hopefully these don't end up costing me too much.

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  • jeffingoff
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    I want to add--the impression that I get from Paul and his statements in newsletters and elsewhere is that he's stretching every dollar to get new contracts and secure these great books but his back inventory needs to move to generate the funds he needs to move faster.

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  • jeffingoff
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    Originally posted by sholloman81 View Post
    The Malerman set was a very cool announcement by SST. My only issue is that I have already purchased/ordered the first two books of the set, Birdbox & Malorie, from DRP; so, I will probably only purchase the last two books, Unbury Carol & Inspection, from SST. Not a big fan of having multiple limited editions of the same title in my collection; however, maybe my collecting ocd for matching sets will sway me the other way. On a side note- I wonder why SST didn't include a limited for Black Mad Wheel. I don't believe that title has been done as a limited edition yet and including it would have meant that all of Malerman's novels would have a limited version on the market.
    I think your situation is interesting. Of those not buying the complete set, I imagine lot of them might only buy Bird Box and Malorie. So you should have no problem picking up the last two. I also have Malorie on order and Bird Box on my shelf from DRP but I ordered the SST set as well--which means I won't judge you if you let your OCD win.

    And on your last point: maybe BMW is under contract with a different publisher that we don't know about. Or maybe Paul tried to secure rights and just couldn't. I agree it would finish out the Malerman collection nicely to have a limited of that book. Who knows, maybe Paul will add it the same way he added Survivor Song as a late entry to the Tremblay set.

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  • sholloman81
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    The Malerman set was a very cool announcement by SST. My only issue is that I have already purchased/ordered the first two books of the set, Birdbox & Malorie, from DRP; so, I will probably only purchase the last two books, Unbury Carol & Inspection, from SST. Not a big fan of having multiple limited editions of the same title in my collection; however, maybe my collecting ocd for matching sets will sway me the other way. On a side note- I wonder why SST didn't include a limited for Black Mad Wheel. I don't believe that title has been done as a limited edition yet and including it would have meant that all of Malerman's novels would have a limited version on the market.

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  • mhatchett
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    Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post
    If anyone’s interested, I created an SST fan group on Facebook. I know Facebook is where privacy and facts go to die but I thought SST should get the attention they deserve. And Paul Fry has already stopped by and he’s reading the posts. So if anything it’ll be a great place to get questions answered.

    and maybe have some fun? I don’t know.

    just search FANS OF SST PUBLICATIONS. I’ll let you in.
    I clicked in!

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  • khaos
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    Wish I'd grabbed the Malerman set. Was on vacation and didn't pay much attention to my email.

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  • jeffingoff
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    If anyone’s interested, I created an SST fan group on Facebook. I know Facebook is where privacy and facts go to die but I thought SST should get the attention they deserve. And Paul Fry has already stopped by and he’s reading the posts. So if anything it’ll be a great place to get questions answered.

    and maybe have some fun? I don’t know.

    just search FANS OF SST PUBLICATIONS. I’ll let you in.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by Dannyb View Post

    Thanks for the suggestion. Sent an email, and got a real kind response, real quick too. He also said that im getting number 7 for the set. Woohoo!
    Paul not only publishes great books but is a master at customer service.

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  • Dannyb
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    Originally posted by jeffingoff View Post

    Yeah, he'll probably continue numbers for previous customers and then assign new numbers to new customers. Wouldn't hurt to email him with your order number and make a request if you have one. Or just ask for the lowest number available if that's your bag.
    Thanks for the suggestion. Sent an email, and got a real kind response, real quick too. He also said that im getting number 7 for the set. Woohoo!

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