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Re: Signed 1971 Fellowship of the Ring
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I didn't, at first, read who opened this thread & thought "lucky b^$tard" (--excuse the language; it's what I thought!) But then I went back & noticed it was Trotter that posted it. You've got to be kidding!? You already have a Tolkien signature, so don't be greedy. garm, Beren --you can both beat it too, as you have plenty already! Is this for real Trotter?

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Posted on: 2011/10/22 14:44
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Re: Bookseller article on new Hobbit books
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Interesting stuff Trotter. I'm quite interested in all the legacy aspects of the authors I collect: estates, film rights; copyright etc. I'm on the Bookseller's newsletter, but I don't pay a huge amount of attention to it sometimes. Thanks for flagging this up.

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Posted on: 2011/10/22 14:35
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Signed "The Johnson Society" on eBay
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Posted on: 2011/10/21 3:26
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Re: Other Fantasy Writers
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I'm sure nobody really cares, but I just recently bought Memories Of The Space Age by J. G. Ballard (Arkham House, 1988). I'd read Ballard here & there before (perhaps the odd short story) and was not particularly impressed. This collection of stories brings together his Cape Canaveral stories. Thematically linked, in setting & tone, I found them captivating. This is one of the best short story collections I've read in years.

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Posted on: 2011/10/21 2:53
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Re: AbeBooks Explains the Anatomy Of A Book
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Again, if you don't get the chance to add to that little red book (or should that be Red Book) or yours wellinghall --you could always move it on!?

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