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    Strange Weather by Joe Hill

    Strange Weather
    by Joe Hill
    FOUR BRAND NEW Joe Hill Short Novels Gathered Together In One Special Limited Edition SET!
    Already More Than 90% Sold Out and Going Fast!


    This is the discussion thread for the Strange Weather announcement!


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    I CANNOT wait for this one and I love that it's going to be four separate volumes!!!

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    Excited for this one and really happy with the four individually bound novellas in a slipcase.

    One question for Brian. I know Joe will only be signing on of the books with each artist signing their book. Will all books be numbered or just the one Joe signs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Excited for this one and really happy with the four individually bound novellas in a slipcase.

    One question for Brian. I know Joe will only be signing on of the books with each artist signing their book. Will all books be numbered or just the one Joe signs?
    I'm pretty sure the numbering line will only be on the sheet with Joe's signature. It would be my personal nightmare if we put the numbering line in each book.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Excited for this one and really happy with the four individually bound novellas in a slipcase.

    One question for Brian. I know Joe will only be signing on of the books with each artist signing their book. Will all books be numbered or just the one Joe signs?
    Great question, one I hadn't thought of. As far the book, my budget isn't really up to the hit this month, as I just took my two kids to college this weekend, but I bought a copy anyhow. Couldn't resist this one; should be a fantastic package.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Hocker View Post
    I'm pretty sure the numbering line will only be on the sheet with Joe's signature. It would be my personal nightmare if we put the numbering line in each book.
    That is actually I was asking. I was thinking about the sets that made it out without matching numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    Great question, one I hadn't thought of. As far the book, my budget isn't really up to the hit this month, as I just took my two kids to college this weekend, but I bought a copy anyhow. Couldn't resist this one; should be a fantastic package.
    This is one of the titles I was anticipating when I purchased the CDCC gift certificates. That with the CDCC discount made this book a great buy. I was actually expecting to pay more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    That is actually I was asking. I was thinking about the sets that made it out without matching numbers.
    Even if we where to do a numbering line in each book. The books would always match across all four of them. It would just be a nightmare, and numbering books is probably everyone's least favorite thing to do here (except maybe shipping art prints).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Hocker View Post
    Even if we where to do a numbering line in each book. The books would always match across all four of them. It would just be a nightmare, and numbering books is probably everyone's least favorite thing to do here (except maybe shipping art prints).
    I had visions of stacks of each book being numbered and the nightmare of getting them together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    I had visions of stacks of each book being numbered and the nightmare of getting them together.
    Oh it'd be a nightmare alright. Though the bigger nightmare would come from the hand cramps that would come from numbering 948 sets, so roughly 3,792 books...
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    Though Joe Hill has been pretty hit-or-miss for me (loved Heart-Shaped Box, mixed bag on 20th Century Ghosts, and ultimately did not like Horns), I jumped on this one with the CDCC email. I love the idea of the individual books for each story in a slipcase. I was hoping that the lettered would be in my price range, but at a $1000, it isn't.

    Congratulations on the sell out of the limited!

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    When they announced this earlier this year I kind of thought this was the route they were going. I ordered it last week with the cdcc advanced notice. One of the best perks of the club. Congratulations on the quick sell out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    Though Joe Hill has been pretty hit-or-miss for me (loved Heart-Shaped Box, mixed bag on 20th Century Ghosts, and ultimately did not like Horns), I jumped on this one with the CDCC email. I love the idea of the individual books for each story in a slipcase. I was hoping that the lettered would be in my price range, but at a $1000, it isn't.

    Congratulations on the sell out of the limited!
    If the lettered had been in the $500 range I would have gone for it. I am thrilled to have the limited though!

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    This is my first CDCC purchase and I'm very excited about it. I am enjoying Joe Hill's work more and more, having read/listened to all of the novels and currently working my way through Locke and Key (WTL and HG completed - waiting on delivery for the others).
    This will be my first limited Hill, and I love the separate volumes idea. The Subpress Green Mile is probably on top of my wishlist at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HumphreyBear View Post
    This is my first CDCC purchase and I'm very excited about it. I am enjoying Joe Hill's work more and more, having read/listened to all of the novels and currently working my way through Locke and Key (WTL and HG completed - waiting on delivery for the others).
    This will be my first limited Hill, and I love the separate volumes idea. The Subpress Green Mile is probably on top of my wishlist at the moment.
    That Sub Press Green Mile set is really nice! I owned it at one time. I'm glad that Joe finally gets the CD treatment. Long time coming.

    Brian or Dan. How come such an odd number to the limited at 948? I agree, Martin. I'd been all over the lettered too at $500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    That Sub Press Green Mile set is really nice! I owned it at one time. I'm glad that Joe finally gets the CD treatment. Long time coming.

    Brian or Dan. How come such an odd number to the limited at 948? I agree, Martin. I'd been all over the lettered too at $500.
    $500 would've been in my range as well. As far as the print run, it's probably the agreement for 1000 copies, 52 for the lettered leaves 948 for the limited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    $500 would've been in my range as well. As far as the print run, it's probably the agreement for 1000 copies, 52 for the lettered leaves 948 for the limited.
    Ah, gotcha.

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    If anyone missed out, Sub Press have some copies: http://subterraneanpress.com/strange-weather-chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    That Sub Press Green Mile set is really nice! I owned it at one time. I'm glad that Joe finally gets the CD treatment. Long time coming.

    Brian or Dan. How come such an odd number to the limited at 948? I agree, Martin. I'd been all over the lettered too at $500.
    948 for the limited plus 52 for the lettered = 1,000 editions

    That's generally how the print runs go. Contracts are typically negotiated for a total number of books, that total number than dictates the number of each edition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    If anyone missed out, Sub Press have some copies: http://subterraneanpress.com/strange-weather-chance
    And they're gone...

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