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    Didn't they morph into Kings Way Press? I know they too have had issues. I have a copy on order of the Ray Garton book. Been about 2 maybe 3 years. They did offer some books for sale through CD not that long ago.

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    Very nice, Martin! Thanks for posting them. Your SoD collection!
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    My understanding was that Kings Way Press was started up by buying several of the contracts of Full Moon Press.

    Quote Originally Posted by bookworm 1 View Post
    Didn't they morph into Kings Way Press? I know they too have had issues. I have a copy on order of the Ray Garton book. Been about 2 maybe 3 years. They did offer some books for sale through CD not that long ago.

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    No problem. The SoD Vol II ARC was purchased from Grant Wootens collection.

    Quote Originally Posted by srboone View Post
    Very nice, Martin! Thanks for posting them. Your SoD collection!
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    Good 'ol Mr. Woot!
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    Hated to see that great collection parted out but am happy to have a piece added to my modest collection.

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    Good 'ol Mr. Woot!

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    Recently added The Turtle Boy from Kealan Patrick Burke:
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    The Turtle Boy contains some fantastic art from Caniglia:
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    And allowed me to complete my Timmy Quinn Series Collection:
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    Very nice, Martin! The Timothy Quinn series is outstanding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srboone View Post
    Very nice, Martin! The Timothy Quinn series is outstanding.
    I am thrilled to have that set completed. I love everything I have read from Mr. Burke!

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    Great add! I too really enjoy his work.

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    Congratulations on getting the last piece of that little collection. They look great together.

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    I was finally able to pick up a copy of the CD edition of Ray Garton's Live Girls thanks to a post here from Theli:
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    This copy is in great condition and has the original CD. Thanks again Theli, without your heads up I would have missed this one.

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    I was also able to pick up a limited copy of 999 recently. This is the book that introduced me to Cemetery Dance and sent me on the road to collecting Small press books. I had purchased the Trade version of this book and loved every story in it. After finishing the book I was reading the copy right page and it stated that this book had been published as a limited edition by Hill House/Cemetery Dance. Well I went to the internet and found Cemetery Dance and have never left. I passed on the book at that time but have always thought I would someday add it.
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    This book is actually constructed in a rather puzzling way. The red print separator pages feel almost random in when they are in the book. They are always after stories, but not after every story and not always in front of a signature sheet. The signature sheets while less random are still strange in that they are hard to find. The sheets are signed in the order of the stories and are inserted in front of the story the sheet begins with. There is little else to define the location of the sheet and they are rather hard to find. It is a beautiful book and I am thrilled to add it to my collection but it has an odd construction.
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    The Carrie Artist edition has been shown on several threads but I thought I would add mine. I decided to match my Doubleday Years books with my SOD Limited numbers:
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    This book is a work of art and the photo's do not do it justice. I can't wait to have the full series:
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    I love the added touches like the Original cover and the early communications about the book:
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    Added Robert McCammon's Boys Life to my collection a while back and recently got around to reading it. This was my first McCammon book and while I enjoyed it I was not blown away.
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    Just finished ready Salome by Mick Garris last week and must say I thoroughly enjoyed it:
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