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  • Jeffsta
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    Hi WMJ75, I see you sent me a notification yesterday but for whatever reason there was no text visible in your message. You can contact me direct at js4953@yahoo.com if you'd like.Thanks.

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  • Jeffsta
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    Originally posted by Splync View Post
    I've been waiting for months to see if you'd end up selling those other Bradbury titles and then you went and listed them together!

    *Sigh*

    AND you listed The Exorcist/Legion??

    Well, I'm going to go try and sell some books to get some spending money, haha...
    Sorry about not getting them listed sooner and hope to get some more Bradbury listed in the near future. Just let me know when you're ready for any of these titles.

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  • Splync
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    I've been waiting for months to see if you'd end up selling those other Bradbury titles and then you went and listed them together!

    *Sigh*

    AND you listed The Exorcist/Legion??

    Well, I'm going to go try and sell some books to get some spending money, haha...

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  • mhatchett
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    I understand. It really is a life long hobby, obsession, addiction lol!!

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  • Jeffsta
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    Originally posted by mhatchett View Post

    I understand completely. I've been giving books away to my family. I saw this not too long ago.

    from Carlos Maria Dominguez's THE HOUSE OF PAPER:
    "It is often much harder to get rid of books than it is to acquire them. They stick to us in that pact of need and oblivion we make with them, witnesses to a moment in our lives we will never see again. . . The truth is that in the end, the size of a library does matter. We lay the books out for inspection like a huge exposed brain, offering miserable excuses and feigned modesty. . . There is a moment, however, when we have accumulated so many books that they cross an invisible line, and what was once a sense of pride becomes a burden, because from now on space will always be a problem."
    I can commiserate with you! It's been really tough letting go of these books and I don't think it possible for me to give up my book collecting completely. The desire is still there.

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  • mhatchett
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    Sigh LOL

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  • RonClinton
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    Man, that is one insightful (and all too relatable) quote!

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  • mhatchett
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    Originally posted by Jeffsta View Post

    I've run out of space and need to let go of many books and I've retired and think it best to downsize.
    I understand completely. I've been giving books away to my family. I saw this not too long ago.

    from Carlos Maria Dominguez's THE HOUSE OF PAPER:
    "It is often much harder to get rid of books than it is to acquire them. They stick to us in that pact of need and oblivion we make with them, witnesses to a moment in our lives we will never see again. . . The truth is that in the end, the size of a library does matter. We lay the books out for inspection like a huge exposed brain, offering miserable excuses and feigned modesty. . . There is a moment, however, when we have accumulated so many books that they cross an invisible line, and what was once a sense of pride becomes a burden, because from now on space will always be a problem."

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  • c marvel
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    I've sent you a pm Jeffsta. ~Cap

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  • Jeffsta
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    Originally posted by c marvel View Post
    Jeffsta-Are you majorly downsizing your collection? ~Cap
    I've run out of space and need to let go of many books and I've retired and think it best to downsize.

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  • c marvel
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    Jeffsta-Are you majorly downsizing your collection? ~Cap

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  • Jeffsta
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    65. Horns - Joe Hill - Suntup Gift ed. Still in shrinkwrap - Brand New - $160.00

    66. I Am Legend - Richard Matheson - Suntup Gift ed. Still in shrinkwrap - Brand New - $150.00

    67. The Exorcist / Legion - William Peter Blatty - S/L #4 - Sans DJ as issued - CD - Excellent condition - $175.00

    Shipping is included in the U.S.
    Last edited by Jeffsta; 09-02-2020, 06:16 PM.

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  • Jeffsta
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    59. Misery - Stephen King - Suntup press - Gift Ed. Still in publishers shrink wrap - Brand New - $300.00

    60. The Machineries Of Joy - One Hundred Special Deluxe Traycased sets signed by Ray Bradbury and Neil Gaiman - copy #97 - Pub. PS - $325.00 - Brand New

    61. The Machineries Of Joy - two hundred slipcased copies signed by Ray Bradbury - Copy #143 - Pub. PS - $160.00 - Brand New

    62. - Long After Midnight - One Hundred Special Deluxe Traycased sets signed by Ray Bradbury and Ramsey Campbell - Copy #87 - Pub. PS - $325.00 - Brand New

    63. Long After Midnight - Two Hundred slipcased copies signed by Ray Bradbury - Copy #118 - Pub. PS - $160.00 - Brand New

    64. The Vampyricon - Signed Limited #17 slipcased - Douglas Clegg - Lonely Road - $85.00 - Brand New

    Shipping is included in the U.S.
    Last edited by Jeffsta; 09-02-2020, 06:11 PM.

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  • Jeffsta
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    Originally posted by brlesh View Post

    Hey Jeffsta,

    Just sent you a message to your e-mail.

    B
    Thanks B.

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  • brlesh
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    Originally posted by Jeffsta View Post
    Hi brlesh I've sent you a couple of PMs not sure if you received them?
    Hey Jeffsta,

    Just sent you a message to your e-mail.

    B

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