[DWJ] Buying Books
Deborah Meghnagi Bailey
deborah at brightweavings.com
Fri Apr 1 03:58:41 EDT 2011
Wow, 300 hundred pounds?! There are a few copies of unsigned first edition Archer's Goons on the list, which also tempt me a great deal. It is definitely one of my favourites. There's a copy of the edition I grew up with that is $145 (unsigned) and a copy that is a U.S. edition that is signed, for $125.
What to do...
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Archers Goon, unsigned, cost me £300 in 2005. It was the most expensive of the lot.
It's now signed :-)
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On 1 Apr 2011, at 07:22, "Deborah Meghnagi Bailey" <deborah at brightweavings.com> wrote:
> I keep doing searches on DWJ to see if there have been things posted on the
> web that I hadn't seen yet. One link took me to abebooks, to signed copies
> of her books.
> I hummed and I hawed... and then I spent $50 on a signed hardback almost
> first edition of Witch Week (it's a hardback reprint of the first edition).
> I'm pretty sure it's the same edition I 'stole' from my school library as a
> kid, and eventually gave back, which I think really is the reason I bought
> it, more to have that copy back, than anything else. And wanting something
> symbolic of my attachment to her work - it was the first book of hers that I
> There's a signed galley proof of Fire and Hemlock going for $400!!
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