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  • Mike88
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    II Really think its cool for him to personalize and doodle like that for you, THATS AWESOME NICE!!

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  • Mike88
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    that's damnablt nice that he signs it to your name it makes it more personalized. i have 4 books withmy name spelled right. Ro Me it means alt. My name is correctly spelled in 2 books rhe green mike i am many who have ridden the green mile and the other 2 are jack fredrickson.

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  • CyberGhostface
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    I went to a Joe Hill reading yesterday and he signed some of my stuff.

    With Horns, I now have signed copies of all of his books (US trade hardcovers, that is).



    Two Locke & Key issues. My plan is eventually to get the entire run signed.



    Finally, he signed my L/E of NOS4A2. I know that personal inscriptions lessens the value of such a book but I prefer them to simple flatsigned ones and I won't be selling the book as it's my only copy.

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  • bookworm 1
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    Nice additions. Love the slipcase' s.

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  • Theli
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    Thank you both for the e-mail CG, and the pics are tremendous Mike!

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  • Mike88
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    Thanks for posting his e-mail I had lost it.

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  • CyberGhostface
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    Including shipping my slipcase in USD about $30 dollars. Interior seemed to be cardboard but the case was pretty firm.

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  • Mike88
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    I think it turned out to be $25.00 per case that was with shipping to the US. That was also over a year ago. The lining is like any other slipcase you have seen, white cardboard w/ the color wrapped to the inside about an inch. Corners are really tight and they are not cloth I don't know which you prefer but I despise cloth. These are really well made. Fire him an e-mail he's a really nice guy.
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  • Theli
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    They're VERY nice looking. Good safe lining on the inside? Do you recall how much they cost? Shipping from UK or US is all the same to me, might even be cheaper.

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  • Mike88
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    I have used Jeffrey's services in the past. I'm a fan. Here are some pics of his work. When he last did some cases for me he was about to add the leather looking cases. Like Tomas does foe The Dark Tower Series. Oh Yeah. He's out T-DOGS way..
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  • CyberGhostface
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    Originally posted by Theli View Post
    Very nice. I love the slipcase you acquired for it too. I had considered doing the same, but decided to hold out in hopes that CD (fingers crossed) or another publisher would be announcing a limited ed. sometime soon.

    Edit: Who is Jeff Whiley? Does he sell slip or tray cases? I have been looking to get some slipcases for some of my books.
    You can contact him at jeffrey.whiley@ntlworld.com. He makes custom slipcases if you give him measurements but I don't know if he makes tray cases.

    And yeah I really hope there's a LE of LTROI, one with color plates and everything.
    Last edited by CyberGhostface; 05-03-2014, 07:23 PM.

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  • Theli
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    It's not a big deal. I would have jumped on them during the sale if they had them in stock, I am in no rush at the moment. But yeah I might just do that anyway, at least if I know they are coming in, I won't have to shop around.

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  • T-Dogz_AK47
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    Originally posted by Theli View Post
    I'd be all over it, but the ones I need, though for CD books, are the 6x9, and are unfortunately not in stock.
    Yeah, I can see that is rather frustrating...

    Have you tried pinging Brian an email, asking him when CD will have any 6x9 slipcases back in stock? He might be able to order you some...

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  • Theli
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    Originally posted by T-Dogz_AK47 View Post
    That is a stunning copy of Let The Right One In. Very nice indeed!

    I am also hoping that CD announce a S/L of this awesome book too as it's an absolutely fantastic read!

    If you are after slipcases Dan, you know that CD have various sized ones that are in the Spring Sale at the moment? I think CD slipcases/traycases are probably the best out there in terms of quality and aesthetic value...
    I'd be all over it, but the ones I need, though for CD books, are the 6x9, and are unfortunately not in stock.

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  • T-Dogz_AK47
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    Originally posted by Theli View Post
    Very nice. I love the slipcase you acquired for it too. I had considered doing the same, but decided to hold out in hopes that CD (fingers crossed) or another publisher would be announcing a limited ed. sometime soon.

    Edit: Who is Jeff Whiley? Does he sell slip or tray cases? I have been looking to get some slipcases for some of my books.
    That is a stunning copy of Let The Right One In. Very nice indeed!

    I am also hoping that CD announce a S/L of this awesome book too as it's an absolutely fantastic read!

    If you are after slipcases Dan, you know that CD have various sized ones that are in the Spring Sale at the moment? I think CD slipcases/traycases are probably the best out there in terms of quality and aesthetic value...

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