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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    The first time I saw a bag of books sitting on my front porch I remember thinking "This guy takes the term grab bag seriously!". At this point Pete should be giving you a commission on Ten Word Tragedies.
    I won't stop until every copy is sold!

    In all seriousness, it's just a great deal with a lot of recognizable contributors. There's no reason for this title to NOT be sold out.

    Plus getting people to spend money makes me feel better about my own spending habits, haha...

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    Rarely buy fro PS directly, however I did this Christmas because they had such a great sale and seems that when they do have a sale,they move stuff out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    Rarely buy fro PS directly, however I did this Christmas because they had such a great sale and seems that when they do have a sale,they move stuff out!
    Their sales are phenomenal. I'll slowed down a bit, since I already own most of the titles used in their grab bags, but I still frequently check their site for new sales.

    If it helps, the price of the signed edition of Ten Word Tragedies is already highly affordable! ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splync View Post
    Their sales are phenomenal. I'll slowed down a bit, since I already own most of the titles used in their grab bags, but I still frequently check their site for new sales.

    If it helps, the price of the signed edition of Ten Word Tragedies is already highly affordable! ;-)
    For those that do not know PS runs a clearance site and as Splync has stated his sales really are phenomenal. The percent off is often quite high. A new book in the Borderlands Press Little Book Series!
    https://pspublishing2.com/
    Example. He currently has a "Mixed bag of 10 hardcover books" for under $36.00.

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    Picked this up recently!
    Gum Rack!!.jpg

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    Oh boy. I love Black Jack gum. Very cool.

    The few times a year we go to a Cracker Barrel I usually pick up a few packs of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben Staad View Post
    Oh boy. I love Black Jack gum. Very cool.

    The few times a year we go to a Cracker Barrel I usually pick up a few packs of it.
    Ugh. Black Jack is nasty stuff!

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    I remember these racks from when I was a kid hanging around the bus station playing pinball. The news stand had them set up on a counter and so did the snack bar. Back in those days the bus terminal was almost like an airport, so much cool stuff going on and all the drivers walking around with their neat uniforms. That rack brought back a lot of great memories.

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    Very cool. The American Pickers wanna-be in me is jealous of your find. ;-)

    Chiclets...man, I haven't seen that name in a long time.

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    I have to ask. What flavor is Black Jack gum?

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    If I remember correctly, Licorice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    If I remember correctly, Licorice!
    I am not a gum guy but licorice flavored gum sounds good.

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    The new reprint of Thomas Cullinan’s THE BEDEVILED from Centipede Press arrived a couple days ago. Will post pics of it on Twitter within the next few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    The new reprint of Thomas Cullinan’s THE BEDEVILED from Centipede Press arrived a couple days ago. Will post pics of it on Twitter within the next few days.
    https://twitter.com/ron_clinton/stat...529485312?s=21

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    The new reprint of Thomas Cullinan’s THE BEDEVILED from Centipede Press arrived a couple days ago. Will post pics of it on Twitter within the next few days.
    Mine arrived the other day as well. Much like all Centipede titles, it is stunning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splync View Post
    Mine arrived the other day as well. Much like all Centipede titles, it is stunning!
    It really is. Centipede may cost more than some other players on the scene, but you can see clearly the quality that you're paying for.

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    Jerad is doing such a good job with Leiber's Fafhrd and The Gray Mouser Books! John Pelan's introductions are topnotch. So glad I got in on the ground-floor of this set.

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    Beautiful volume. I passed on both the Leiber and the Moorcock series as sword & sorcery just isn’t my thing, but each time I see these impressive new releases I have to wonder if I did the right thing...

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    Ron,They are gorgeous and Jerad is also doing slipcases for both sets.

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    I still haven't picked up the latest book in that series - the $75 price has been an issue (especially since I still need to order Exhalation from SubPress.) Guess my tax return will be tapped into.

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