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    Quote Originally Posted by Noxus35 View Post
    I think i found, i think i actually did .

    On twitter you posted the teaser video and your scribbling "it's not Firestarter" and somewhere in between there a flame quickly appears and within that you could see the shape of the fireman. Or at least that's what my eyes perceive.
    It's really quick and at the end of the video there is a statement from Paul ; Watch Again. 😎

    Am i right Paul? 🤔

    Edit: can't find it anymore, could have been because i paused it somewhere in between.

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    Lol. Think it's because i paused the video and a bit of the previous frame was repeated when starting it up again. 🤣
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    Is there a story/reason behind the random gray rock on your desk while you're writing the "IT'S NOT FIRESTARTER" note?

    There are the scale models, the geode, the EOTD New Year print, and various other standard desk-type stuff, and then there's a normal looking rock. With two kids, I find random rocks and sticks and other stuff around all the time - in my pockets, in every cup holder, etc. But I don't think there are many kids running around casa Suntup, and your desk is much, much tidier than mine. Yet it's still just sitting there, out in the open, minding it's own business (and possibly portending some other event or contest or whatever else you may have cooked up). Or, quite possibly, it's just a rock!
    Please help me find:
    RED SNAKESKIN HORNS
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotuz View Post
    Is there a story/reason behind the random gray rock on your desk while you're writing the "IT'S NOT FIRESTARTER" note?

    There are the scale models, the geode, the ETOD New Year print, and various other standard desk-type stuff, and then there's a normal looking rock. With two kids, I find random rocks and sticks and other stuff around all the time - in my pockets, in every cup holder, etc. But I don't think there are many kids running around casa Suntup, and your desk is much, much tidier than mine. Yet it's still just sitting there, out in the open, minding it's own business (and possibly portending some other event or contest or whatever else you may have cooked up). Or, quite possibly, it's just a rock!
    Yeah, it's weird. Seems out of place. I wonder if you're onto something there.

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    Thanks for all the answers, Paul. For the avoidance of doubt, I don’t spoil other people’s secrets. Looking forward to your formal reveal and also the giclee print to follow!

    Still I swear there’s a dragon’s profile in those flames.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Thanks for all the answers, Paul. For the avoidance of doubt, I don’t spoil other people’s secrets. Looking forward to your formal reveal and also the giclee print to follow!

    Still I swear there’s a dragon’s profile in those flames.
    The dragon has been shadowing me since 1987 when I discovered The Eyes of the Dragon. So it doesn't surprise me that the flame image I chose has one hiding in there. I certainly didn't see it.

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    Paul, my thoughts in the spoiler.... per Patrick, your announcement, so my actual guess hidden below.

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    To add....I’m not going to quit my day job. Not a detective either!
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    I ALWAYS love it when I get the Confirm Address from Suntup. It means the time is very near for shipping .
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    New update is intriguing. I guess one book might be 1984 and have no guesses on the others. Might be too much for my wallet to continue the numbered but I'll have to see what the books are.

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    From the newsletter.

    This is a very famous and chilling story written by an author whose work we have previously published, although this time it is truly a family affair. The introduction is penned by the author's son, and the artist is the author's grandson! The book will be available in two states: Lettered and Numbered, both bearing the signatures of the introduction author and the artist.
    So tell me what you guys think about this guess: We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson.

    I say this because Shirley Jackson's grandson is an artist and previously illustrated the graphic novel of 'The Lottery'.

    https://www.amazon.com/Shirley-Jacks.../dp/0809066505


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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    From the newsletter.

    This is a very famous and chilling story written by an author whose work we have previously published, although this time it is truly a family affair. The introduction is penned by the author's son, and the artist is the author's grandson! The book will be available in two states: Lettered and Numbered, both bearing the signatures of the introduction author and the artist.
    So tell me what you guys think about this guess: We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson.

    I say this because Shirley Jackson's grandson is an artist and previously illustrated the graphic novel of 'The Lottery'.

    https://www.amazon.com/Shirley-Jacks.../dp/0809066505
    That was also my guess. The third might be Nineteen Eighty-Four, I think. The second is a mystery (pun intended).
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    I hope it is. I really like the book and Centipede's version will probably be around $600 (and based on photos of their 'Haunting of Hill House' will be huge and take up a lot of space).


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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    From the newsletter.

    This is a very famous and chilling story written by an author whose work we have previously published, although this time it is truly a family affair. The introduction is penned by the author's son, and the artist is the author's grandson! The book will be available in two states: Lettered and Numbered, both bearing the signatures of the introduction author and the artist.
    So tell me what you guys think about this guess: We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson.

    I say this because Shirley Jackson's grandson is an artist and previously illustrated the graphic novel of 'The Lottery'.

    https://www.amazon.com/Shirley-Jacks.../dp/0809066505
    Agree with the Authors, but let’s go back to the rock on Mr Paul’s desk.
    Thinking we may get a Suntup production of “The Lottery”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunchback Jack View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    From the newsletter.

    This is a very famous and chilling story written by an author whose work we have previously published, although this time it is truly a family affair. The introduction is penned by the author's son, and the artist is the author's grandson! The book will be available in two states: Lettered and Numbered, both bearing the signatures of the introduction author and the artist.
    So tell me what you guys think about this guess: We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson.

    I say this because Shirley Jackson's grandson is an artist and previously illustrated the graphic novel of 'The Lottery'.

    https://www.amazon.com/Shirley-Jacks.../dp/0809066505
    That was also my guess. The third might be Nineteen Eighty-Four, I think. The second is a mystery (pun intended).
    WHAT IF 1984 is signed by Cormac McCarthy?? OR STEPHEN KING???

    I agree about the Shirley Jackson guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aremag View Post
    New update is intriguing. I guess one book might be 1984 and have no guesses on the others. Might be too much for my wallet to continue the numbered but I'll have to see what the books are.
    I thought the first one might be The Island of Dr. Moreau but Phillip's guess is probably the correct one.

    No clue on the second.

    Agreed that the third is most likely 1984. No AGE's with the next three announcements either.

    I might be reluctantly jumping off as well as at least two of the next three will be of no interested to me at the numbered level. I'm hoping for more modern announcements down the road. I'm sure they'll all be great editions and well sought out all the same.
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    Interesting... All books appear in two states; Lettered and Numbered, no AGE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noxus35 View Post
    Interesting... All books appear in two states; Lettered and Numbered, no AGE.
    Yeah that makes sense if the first one is a Shirley Jackson book since HHH didn't have an AGE either. But it's a big bummer for me since, at a book a month, I more than likely won't be able to keep up with the numbered editions.

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    After 1984, my second guess for the third title was Lord of the Flies. Stephen King is a big fan of that one.

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    It's quite the rush isn't it. Let's just hope that some of them are in the range of HG Wells, Red Dragon and 451. But I am looking forward to seeing what they are.
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    Paul, can you reveal anything at this stage about prices? Will these all be in the $500-700 range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munnecom View Post
    Paul, can you reveal anything at this stage about prices? Will these all be in the $500-700 range?
    I haven't finalized pricing yet, but know that I am committed to keeping prices as low as I can without compromising quality. The ones in April and May should be palatable. June may be a little higher. I am very aware of prices, and always do my best to make them as favorable as possible.

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    Like a few people mentioned- I am sure they will be nice but depending on prices may have to jump off the numbered track as well. I understand "strike while hot" but shit!

    Agree some more modern stuff would be cool.



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