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    I too am downsizing a bit

    Most of the auctions are ending Sunday 5/29

    Books are mainly Sinister Grin Press, Cargo Cult Press, Edward Lee, Philip K Dick

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/ruderabbit/m...p2047675.l2562

    If any board members win, send me a message through ebay and I will offer you free shipping for US customers, or a free prize for international buyers.

    ~Mark

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    Good luck, Mark!

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    Some nice stuff there and some bargain prices.

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate the encouragement.

    I've set aside another forty or so books to list this Sunday too. Boy, my fingers and butt are already sore just thinking about all that chair time

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    Good luck, brother. Let us know when you get the rest up.

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    Neat books, nothing I'm looking for right now, but I have my fingers crossed for the next batch. Happy Memorial Day everybody, remember Vets get free Mac and Cheese this weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    Good luck, brother. Let us know when you get the rest up.
    Hey Thanks,

    I've listed my second batch of eBay books, seems like most are Delirium Books, Earthling Publications, Cemetery Dance, and a couple from Dark Harvest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruderabbit View Post
    Most of the auctions are ending Sunday 5/29

    Books are mainly Sinister Grin Press, Cargo Cult Press, Edward Lee, Philip K Dick

    http://www.ebay.com/sch/ruderabbit/m...p2047675.l2562

    If any board members win, send me a message through ebay and I will offer you free shipping for US customers, or a free prize for international buyers.

    ~Mark
    I've set up 16 auctions to end this Sunday evening June 5. Three rare books this week. Book #1 of 50 of "Psychotica" by S. R. Staley, with an intro by Brian Keene and signed by Keene too. Several Delirium Books, Cemetery Dance books, and I dropped the price on that beautiful book by Edward Lee.



    Another 26 books scheduled to start this thurday and end Sunday June 12. This set of books include first editions of Dark Tower books by stephen king, a limited edition "City Of The Dead" by Keene, and several from Delirium Books, Apex Books hardcovers(rare), another Sinister Grin, and Cemetery Dance books including their collectible Novella Series books( yep Brian's book is there).

    Contact me after you win a book or two and I'll toss in free shipping for board members.

    Mark/ruderabbit


    http://www.ebay.com/sch/ruderabbit/m...562&rmvSB=true

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    Senior Member Involuntarily Committed ruderabbit's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Neat books, nothing I'm looking for right now, but I have my fingers crossed for the next batch. Happy Memorial Day everybody, remember Vets get free Mac and Cheese this weekend!
    What kind of books are you looking for?

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    Ooh, Sacrifice, nice.
    “Reality is a nice place to visit, but you wouldn’t want to live there.”
    -John Barth

    https://bugensbooks.com/

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    I'd totally be in for the Coraline but I can't do it until Friday. Grrrrrr. Fingers crossed it's still there.

    Oh what the heck - Pay After Delivery should work out timing wise. It's only bills . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    I'd totally be in for the Coraline but I can't do it until Friday. Grrrrrr. Fingers crossed it's still there.

    Oh what the heck - Pay After Delivery should work out timing wise. It's only bills . . .
    Check your PayPal, I'm refunding the shipping fees that you paid.
    The book will ship on my way to work tomorrow afternoon.
    Thanks....Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruderabbit View Post
    What kind of books are you looking for?
    Sci-fi/ Fantasy/Mystery/Any James Lee Burke or James sallis?
    Thanks,
    Mike

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    Got it! Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by ruderabbit View Post
    Check your PayPal, I'm refunding the shipping fees that you paid.
    The book will ship on my way to work tomorrow afternoon.
    Thanks....Mark

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    Nice pick up, TD. CORALINE has a special place in my heart due to one of my daughters' absolute love of the film when she was young, so much so that I picked up the S/L HC from Sub Press a few years ago. Even though I'm not much of a Gaiman fan, CORALINE is one of the last books I'd ever sell.

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    I've loved Gaiman from way back in the early days of Sandman. Enjoyed his early novels quite a bit too, but most of his later stuff hasn't done much for me (with the exception of Ocean and Graveyard.) But I still keep kicking the tires. In fact, I just started his new non-fiction collection and I've enjoyed the first 30 pages quite a bit so far.

    Coraline is do a for a re-read. It's been awhile.

    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    Nice pick up, TD. CORALINE has a special place in my heart due to one of my daughters' absolute love of the film when she was young, so much so that I picked up the S/L HC from Sub Press a few years ago. Even though I'm not much of a Gaiman fan, CORALINE is one of the last books I'd ever sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacomaDiver View Post
    In fact, I just started his new non-fiction collection and I've enjoyed the first 30 pages quite a
    I've been eyeing that one in particular myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Sci-fi/ Fantasy/Mystery/Any James Lee Burke or James sallis?
    Thanks,
    Mike
    Hey Mike,
    The only limited edition books in those genre's I have would be from an extensive Brian Lumley collection, four "Temeraire" series books from Subterranean Press, and one book from Jim Butcher from his Codex Alera series called "Furies of Calderon".

    If you like fantasy, and I like fantasy, I highly recommend that series by Butcher.

    I have many fantasy in hardcover, trade editions, that I can part with. Terry Goodkind, Robert Jordan, R.A. Salvatore, Weis & Hickman, David Drake, some Ben Bova, and more.

    If you're interested we can narrow down the list, discuss Titles, and what you want to spend.

    Mark

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    sounds like a lot of good books going out the door . I have too many books to go thru myself...just can't bear to part with them...

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    Any more Ed Lee books?

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