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UPDATED 1-3-17

Listings updated for January - Night Shift available for pre-order from PS Publishing

Hi Folks, all listings have been updated for January take a look around for great deals on your favorite Stephen King books!There's also one new remarque up for your viewing enjoyment!

Looks like the next volume in the PS Publishing anniversary series is available to pre-order. NIGHT SHIFT it has a 1,000 copy print run, available in 2 different cover variants NOT actually signed by King but does have a facsimile King signature. If you prefer to order from Cemetery Dance, they'll be getting copies in as well.

 

Looking for a signed copy of Hearts in Suspension? Gerald Winters and Son has copies available here

Waterstones has a limited edition of Charlie the Choo-Choo available for pre-order for £20. Includes a numbered and signed print by 'Beryl Evans'. Only 1,000 copies available."
full details here TO BE CLEAR IT IS NOT EXPECTED THAT WHATEVER THIS SIGNATURE IS WILL BE BY KING HIMSELF (that's not the website talking, that's me)

Have you heard about Hearts in Suspension which was published by The University of Maine Press What you may not know is that it's been confirmed that the printing is only 30,000 copies, which is quite small for a work with King's name attached to it. That doesn't guarantee it's going to go up in value, most gift editions are much smaller and are often found at or below issue price - but for those interested in more info, but if you want to order you can do so directly from the U of M website here at just $30 it's not a huge investment.

Long time collector and online contributor Gerald Winters has opened up a brick and mortar bookstore in Bangor Maine! YEAH you read that right, after many long years there is now physical specialty bookstore to visit in Bangor again! Check out his website here




 

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Yep! As a promotion for the upcoming Dark Tower movie, Stephen King is publishing the fictional CHARLIE THE CHOO-CHOO book that was originally discussed in the third Dark Tower novel, and the artwork for this project was created by well-known artist Ned Dameron! You can get more detail and order a copy at either Cemetery Dance or Amazon - 24 pages long, published by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. This is NOT a limited edition as far as I can tell, but the price is only $14.99


Courtesy of Don Maitz, I have all 50 numbered remarques that were done for the upcoming Cemetery Dance issue of The Shining take a look!


Cemetery Dance has just annouced pre-orders for the anniversary edition of The Shining, illustrated by Don Maitz! This edition includes "Before the Play," Stephen King's long lost 40 PAGE PROLOGUE to the novel at the beginning of the story. Full details and ordering info can be found here.


The Folio Society (A UK based publisher) has just released their own edition of The Shining. The price is $79.99 and the site says that postage is free on your first order. Further details are a bit sparse, I've emailed them asking about the print run and availablility. It does not appear to be signed by anyone... BUT you can enter a drawing to win one of 10 signed copies of the book. A purchase automatically enters you but you can enter without purchase HERE.

There are new info and buying pages up for the 30th Anniversary Edition of Skeleton Crew. There is also an info page up for the First edition of Bazaar of Bad Dreams.


King's publisher S&S had some techincal problems during the new year, and to make up for it they are giving everyone one free Stephen King ebook, redeemable at glose.com Offer expires on 1/31 or when they run out.


 



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