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 Post subject: The Wind Through the Keyhole
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 8:14 am 
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Welcome to issue #75 of the Donald M. Grant Newsletter

19 December 2011

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THE DARK TOWER: THE WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE
1. WEB ORDER PAGE
2. DEPOSIT/INSTALLMENT OPTION
3. ARTIST EDITION
4. DELUXE EDITION
5. SCRIBNER TRADE EDITION
6. TRADE EDITION SLIPCASE
7. PRINTED FLYER
8. ORDER CONFIRMATION


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DARK TOWER: THE WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE

1. WEB ORDER PAGE

We are now accepting advance orders for both the Deluxe and
Artist Editions of THE DARK TOWER: THE WIND THROUGH 
THE KEYHOLE at:

https://secure.grantbooks.com/z-sk-dt-twttk.html

Please read the rest of this Newsletter before placing your order.

2. DEPOSIT/INSTALLMENT OPTION

Because of the state of the economy if your order totals over
$300 we are willing to accept a 1/3 deposit with your order, 1/3
a month later the final 1/3 will be charged when the order is
shipped. If you wish to send checks you may send three post--
dated checks. For foreign orders we will put the full shipping
amount in the final charge.

3. ARTIST EDITION

There is a 5,000 copy Artist Edition signed by Jae Lee and issued
in a stamped slipcase. Retail price is $75.00 plus shipping.
Unlike the Artist Editions of the DARK TOWER 5, 6 & 7 there is
no limitation on who may buy this edition.

4. DELUXE EDITION

Stephen King has agreed to sign only 800 copies of a Deluxe
Edition which is also signed by Jae Lee and issued in a stamped
clamshell tray case. Retail price is $350.00 plus shipping.

As usual there is a much greater demand for our Deluxe Editions
than copies available, so in keeping with our policy of supporting
our long time customers, the S&N Deluxe Edition can be ordered
only by those who have a S&N THE LITTLE SISTERS OF
 ELURIA below # 801 (you must still own it when we ship THE
WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE or your order will be can-
celled and any depost/payment refunded and the Deluxe Edition
sold to the new owner.).

We will then do a lottery drawing approximately six weeks after
the Deluxe Editions are shipped for remaining available copies
but as we expect there to be very few copies available the lottery
will be restricted to owners of Numbered THE LITTLE SISTERS
OF ELURIA between 801 and 1,250.

LOTTERY: Send us a POSTCARD (NOT an email or letter)
which reads:

“Please put me in the lottery to purchase a copy of the signed &
numbered Deluxe The WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE. I
have # ____ of THE Little Sisters of Eluria.” Include
your name, address, phone number, and if you wish, email
address.

REMEMBER, only send in ONE post card per copy of The
Little Sisters of Eluria that you have. If we receive
more than one request from anyone we will throw them ALL
away. We want everyone to have an equal chance.

5. SCRIBNER TRADE EDITION

Scribner has announced their release of a trade hardcover
edition of THE DARK TOWER: THE WIND THROUGH THE
KEYHOLE on April 24, 2012.

6. TRADE EDITION SLIPCASE

We will be producing a slipcase for the Scribner Trade Edition
which will match the three slipcases we produced for the first
seven Dark Tower books:

https://secure.grantbooks.com/z-sk-dt-slipcases.html

This will not be shipped until 6-8 weeks after the Trade Edition
is released so that we can be sure it will fit properly. Cost is
$30.00.


7. PRINTED FLYER

We are doing our usual full-color printed flyer but felt it made
more sense to mail it in January rather than just before
Christmas.

8. ORDER CONFIRMATION

If you send a check and the check is cashed we have received
your order. If you sent an order via our website you will receive
as confirmation an email titled “RE WWW Form Submission”. As
we expect to receive 1,500 or more email orders within 24 hours
of sending this Newsletter you may not receive your confirma-
tion for several weeks. If you call or email us this will only delay
getting orders ready.

We have a small staff and will be hiring extra help but it will take
time to process orders, especially for people expecting a specific
numbered copy. We appreciate your patience.

Please do not call or email us for further details as we will just
refer you to our web site and suggest you remain subscribed to
our email newsletter.

We will send out another Newsletter when we know when ship-
ping will begin.


Thank you.

Robert K. Wiener, President
Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc.


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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 3:12 pm 
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Thanks John. Sending 3 checks tomorrow!


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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2011 10:41 pm 
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Hi John, have you already got an arc for this ? :)


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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
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No comment. I promised I wouldn't tell anyone.

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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
PostPosted: Tue Dec 20, 2011 3:05 pm 
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Ordered my AE edition already.

Quick question someone may be able to clarify for me:
It was recently pointed out to me that the trade editions of DT 7 etc were done by Grant in conjunction with Scribner (is that right?) but to me it looks like a Grant edition solely. Will the trade edition of this new book (which again has been explained to me is being done by Scriber and Grant together?) match the previous DT books? Not sure if I'm wording my query clearly, but I gues I'm just wanting to know what to expect re the AE vs Trade editions of the new book compared to the AE vs Trade edition of DT7 etc....

Maybe it's not a quick question lol


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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
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I would assume that the trade edition from Scribner would be different than the Grant edition of Wind Through the Keyhole. The biggest thing is that I've heard that only Grant contracted with Jae Lee for the art work. This means that it will NOT be in the Scribner edition. Just repeating what I heard, though.

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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
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Thanks John.
So to me that would indicate the trade edition will be very different to the trade editions of the previous books.

I see Grant are offering to do a slipcase for the trade edition to match the ones they issed previously. Does anyone know if the slip case for the AE edition is likely to also match their previous books?


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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
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jimimck wrote:
Thanks John.
So to me that would indicate the trade edition will be very different to the trade editions of the previous books.

I see Grant are offering to do a slipcase for the trade edition to match the ones they issed previously. Does anyone know if the slip case for the AE edition is likely to also match their previous books?


Probably not. The Artist editions of 5,6,7 did not come with a slipcase. LSOE did but that one seemed rather unique in design. I don't expect it to be reused for TWTTKH

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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:56 pm 
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Just got my Signed edition. Really looks nice.


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 Post subject: Re: The Wind Through the Keyhole
PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 4:21 pm 
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Still waiting on my AE and signed copies. They say patience is a virtue. Sometimes I just don't feel very virtuous. :P

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