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  • Ben Staad
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    Love the ornament. Merry Christmas!

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  • TacomaDiver
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    Some ideas are too great to try.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    I'm positive that I wouldn't be allowed to put that on our tree . . .
    Just add it to the back of the tree and see is she notices.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    This isn't a book but it is a Stephen King collectible. I get a kick out of horror-related Christmas ornaments and was excited to see Hallmark putting out one for Pennywise. As you can see though it's fairly cheap-looking in comparison to their 'Keepsake' ornaments but it's better than nothing.



    Nice item. I find it interesting that they label the package 'Age 17+'. There is no reason for that in my view.

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  • TacomaDiver
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    I'm positive that I wouldn't be allowed to put that on our tree . . .

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  • CyberGhostface
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    This isn't a book but it is a Stephen King collectible. I get a kick out of horror-related Christmas ornaments and was excited to see Hallmark putting out one for Pennywise. As you can see though it's fairly cheap-looking in comparison to their 'Keepsake' ornaments but it's better than nothing.



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  • CyberGhostface
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    Originally posted by mhatchett View Post
    Thanks for sharing. I couldn't find anything, but I did donate.
    Thanks!

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  • mhatchett
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    Thanks for sharing. I couldn't find anything, but I did donate.

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  • CyberGhostface
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    As a bit of backstory, Kristopher Triana is a horror author whose dog Bear was diagnosed with cancer. He and other authors are selling signed books to raise money to fund Bear's medical care. If you're interested there are still books available here.

    One of the authors was John Boden and I ended up purchasing the following bundle.

    First is a signed copy of Thunderstorm Books' special edition of Jedi Summer. It's a semi-autobiographical coming of age novel with some supernatural undercurrents. I would recommend it.





    Boden also threw in a signed German edition of Jedi Summer.





    Finally he included a signed copy of Spungunion.





    I haven't read this book yet but it involves a trucker who spends most of his time on the road and in and out of diners so Boden included a personalized message in the form of a diner check.

    Last edited by CyberGhostface; 09-16-2021, 07:07 PM.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    This is Suntup's numbered edition for Silence of the Lambs. I'm very grateful to have this as a signed Silence of the Lambs is something I never in a hundred years would expect to own.







    Also included was this lamb.

    Congratulations! That is a beautiful production.

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  • CyberGhostface
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    This is Suntup's numbered edition for Silence of the Lambs. I'm very grateful to have this as a signed Silence of the Lambs is something I never in a hundred years would expect to own.







    Also included was this lamb.

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  • RonClinton
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    That's very cool. If I could choose among all of the Suntups thus far that were numbered and signed by the author (of the novel) and receive it for free, it'd very likely be LET THE RIGHT ONE IN. Great story, beautiful production, and the scarcity of his signature on this book (among copies stateside, anyhow) is the cherry on the top.

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  • Martin
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    Congratulations! Glad it was won by someone who appreciates the work s much.

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  • mhatchett
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    Excellent, Congrats!!

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  • CyberGhostface
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    This is going to be a more image-heavy post than usual as this book is a big deal to me.

    I won this PC edition of Let the Right One In because I correctly guessed that the Rubik's Cube on Paul's desk was a reference to the novel. I'm a big fan of Let the Right One In (the Swedish film adaptation is my favorite movie of all time) and I had long been hoping for some limited edition of the novel so I can't overstate how big of a deal this was to me. Needless to say I'm very grateful to Paul for his generosity.











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