I didn’t splurge on the $3500 edition…

I’m a sucker for limited edition books. I’ve probably dropped at least $500 on limiteds this year.

Now, five hundred over the course of a year may not sound like much, but considering that five hundred got me about eight to ten books, well, there you go.

Now, since I’m a sucker for limited editions AND a sucker for Stephen King, how could I resist an exclusive King title from Cemetery Dance?

I didn’t splurge on the $3500 edition, nor did I grab the $750 one.

But I thought the $75 edition was right up my alley.

If you read, support Cemetery Dance. Best deals and best customer service I’ve ever had.

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Hey, atleast you didn’t pay 3500 or 750 dollars for crap. You only blew $75 on hack material. 😉

Seriously though, what was the difference between editions?


Signed and number of copies.

I think there were only like 17 of the 3500 edition


I’m still thinking too much about that asbestos-bound Firestarter that I could have swiped and so I can’t think of a comment. Damn.

Freak Magnet

Now I don’t feel so bad about how much I paid for those Billy Squier cds.


Lesley – See, now you are relegated to simple ex-girlfriend instead of the better title of “that fucking bitch ex-girlfriend of mine.” You could have been something so much more, and it’s something you’ll have to live with for the rest of your life. Freak – As well you shouldn’t. I happily paid that $75, and I will proceed to treat it like the rest of my books–tattered, torn, well read and loved. Limited shlimited. I just want the book. Okay, maybe I won’t do that. I’ll covet it like an asbestos-bound Firestarter that I will lock in a safe… Read more »


You know, you say things like that and now I want to go track down this guy and steal his fucking book. Which would make me dangerously close to becoming the female equivalent of that guy.

Although, I still think he deserves it. He was CheaterGuy.


Oh! He was CheaterGuy! See, now that’s completely different ball game.

It doesn’t matter if it may look petty, since time has passed, because I think the book is worth it.

And the beauty of it is you would immediately be promoted to “TFBE-GOM.”

How sweet is that?


How can I argue with that logic?

He lives about 6 hours away. And I am about 3 beers away from being talked into this little stalker-book-stealing road trip. Yikes.


If he has a limited edition of The Stand, I’m driving!


He definitely had some others, I can’t remember if The Stand was among them.

I’ll bring the duct tape.


Hey, count me in on the roadtrip. I’m Mr. Mayhem!

Even if I missed the story, I’m sure he deserves it, whoever he is. With a name like CheaterGuy, I’m think that’s an obvious one. Like an ex-friend of mine had an ex- she called Psycho Boy.


I’m mostly responding in order to further hijack Stewie’s blog.

CheaterGuy is not just a clever moniker. He was in fact a cheater. And he tried using 9/11 as his excuse. I gladly made him suffer.

Is it wrong that in the past week I’ve gone on Mapquest to figure out how to get to his house? I really want that fucking book now!

Okay, end of hijack. You can have your blog back now, Stewie. 🙂


And here I just got through the lesson on picking pin tumbler locks in my course…


Oh good! I’ll grab the night vision goggles from my stalker kit! Mwahahahahah!!!

See that, Stewie? STILL HIJACKING YOUR BLOG! Come on, you know you love it!!!