Notes on the Great Book Sale – I Love You Guys Edition!

First, I love you guys.  Second, be very patient with me.  Unless you indicated you need the books urgently, and included the money for first class or express shipping, it’s gonna be a week or so to mail.  Mostly because … well, the son who is supposed to be doing the packing and shipping could only give it three hours this week, which means…. never mind.  Going slightly nuts.  This is precisely the type of thing I suck at, so please be patient.  They’re making me use a spreadsheet.  (Cries.)

Please don’t order books that don’t exist: None of the DST series were ever in hardcover, for instance.  (They will be, IF rights revert, but not yet.)  And there’s no mass market paperback of Darkship Revenge.  They never printed one.

Also Night Shifters is a weird, weird shape, halfway between mmpb and tpb.

It is, however very thick, containing two books: Draw One In The Dark and Gentleman Takes a Chance.  So I’m charging $10 for it.

Please, don’t pay until I tell you “Yeah, I got that book.”  Please pay once you say you will.  Nothing will ship until I get payment, either paypal or check.

Um… I think that’s it.

 

37 responses to “Notes on the Great Book Sale – I Love You Guys Edition!

  1. Thank you! Spreadsheets aren’t so bad you get used to them.

  2. Patrick Chester

    Spreadsheets?! Those… those fiends

  3. Shucks. I was going to request that facsimile edition of the First Folio, and the Lindesfarne Gospels. Margaret of Austria’s Book of Hours as well, unless that’s already been spoken for.

  4. Christopher M Chupik

    She likes us! She really likes us!

  5. so are/were there any hardbacks?

  6. We got some shellbacks in the commenters.

  7. Sigh. Looks like I missed out, no email to pay up yet for the refinishing mysteries. Ah, well.

  8. Geoff Withnell

    Should I have received an email about Night Shifters?

  9. No rush. Take your time. It’s not like I don’t have anything to read around here. *eyes the towers of books threatening to topple*

  10. Check goes out Monday. If it arrives by Epiphany it’s still Christmas!

    In all seriousness, no rush.

  11. Are you still managing to do this, Sarah? I might have a desire for a gift for someone, autographed.