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UPDATED 8-1-19

Listings updated for August + Win FREE copies of The Institute & other news


All listings have been updated for August, take a look around for great deals on your favorite Stephen King books! Also check out the other news and updates for this month:

Secure Domains - Both the stephenkingcollector.com and skcollector.com domains now have SSL certificates set up and all pages have had any old code tweaked to be fully compliant. This means that if you visit either domain you will automatically redirect to "httpS://" instead of "http://" and if you have any old links they will auto redirect to an "httpS" URL. Additionally depending on your browser you will see a green or black lock icon indicating the site is secure. Most sites have already moved to getting this setup on their domains for better security, and I’m happy to say that The Collector can now join that field.

Identification pages - The Identifying US 1st editions page hadn’t been updated for a number of years, it is now up-to-date! I’ve also pre-filled in fields for upcoming known titles and will get those filled in as soon as the books are released. I would like to update the Identifying UK 1st editions page as well, but since I don’t collect the books personally, if anyone is willing to take the time to email me with the identifiers for the missing books I would love to put them up.

Night Shift - The long overdue Info and Buying pages for the PS Publishing version of Night Shift are now up! There are a couple other PS Publishing titles that need to go live as well, they’re on my list but Night Shift was the most requested so it’s first.

Forums on Mobile – No one said anything, but I was looking at some site analytics earlier this year and it looks like a huge number of you guys are visiting the site from mobile devices, mainly iPhones. Although the site in general wasn’t designed with mobile in mind I think it functions OK for most sections…but not the forums. I tried browsing the forums from my phone and it was a pretty poor experience. I think it explains (in part) why there isn’t more activity on the forums.Well, I’m happy to say that the forum template has been re-coded to accommodate all mobile traffic MUCH better, but especially if you’re checking out the forums on your phone.

Free copies of The Institute! - This brings me to my last point. A forum can’t thrive without people visiting it regularly, so to encourage folks to visit, I’ll be giving away 5 copies of Stephen King’s upcoming Novel The Institute, which drops on September 10th - Each week for the next 5 weeks I’ll list a thread I’d like you to contribute to in the forums, make a post and I will then randomly pick one of the posts to get their free copy. Since we’re only averaging 2-5 posts per week right now I’d say your chances of wining are pretty darn high at the moment. Full details along with the first weeks thread to contribute to can be found HERE


 

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OLD NEWS

it appears that Subterranean Press produced a not-for-sale edition of The Shining back in 2014 that was limited to just 10 copies. Their intent was to auction off a copy on an annual basis, until they were all sold. It didn't quite work out, and Camelot Books has acquired the remaining 6 copies. They are making 4 of the 6 available for sale. Now you won't see mention of it on their website yet, you need to be a newsletter subscriber. But I've posted the text of the full announcement up on the forums.
A number of original illustrations by Mark Edward Geyer are available for sale. These are the original illustrations done in the scribner trade edition of Elevation and paperback reissue of Hardcase Crime's The Colorado Kid. Similar to above, full details, including photos and contact info are available at the following forum thread.

The release date for King's next novel "The Institute" has been set for September 10th. You can pre-order from Amazon. The list price is $30 but if the price goes down between your pre-order and publication Amazon will only charge the lower price.


Cemetery Dance just announced Gwendy's Magic Feather, which looks to be a sequel to Gwendy's Button Box. Although this time, GMF was written solely by Richard Chizmar there is a foreword by Stephen King and since GBB was actively collected by King fans, I wanted to mention the availability of the new book. Full details and ordering can be found here.


In case you missed it, the trade edition of King's new book Revival was released yesterday you can grab a copy at Amazon or even a kindle copy if you can't wait for it to get here!


Suntup Editions is making a limited edition 11x17 print available to pre-order. You can check out the details here. (This is a separate print, not included in the covers collection)


A limited edition of Horns written by Joe Hill is being published by Suntup Editions. They're available to pre-order now, feel free to head over and check it out.


Veryfinebooks.com has a promotion going on where they are giving away 5 copies of the upcoming artist gift edition of Misery which is now sold out. Just share the promo on social media or email and enter your contact info, that's it, nothing to buy.


Limited edition of The Tommyknockers has been annouced by PS Publishing. It's NOT signed by King but is in a 3 volume slipcase and limited to 1,000 copies. Full details, and ordering info here.


This Month Suntup Press is making an bonus print available from their covers series, this one is the all silver paperback cover. For those who are already subcribers to the cover series, you can pick up the print with free shipping as it'll come with your regularly scheduled December print. For those who aren't part of the subsription individual prints start at $35 Full details are here.

WH Smith is putting out a "collector's edition" for only £10 so for you completests out there here's the link.



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