Re: [Star Trek Books] Is It Me...
- From: "Andrew Brown" <scottish.andy76@...>
> Now that I've been reminded by a 2x4 to the back of the head, of course IIt's pretty easy to track down most old books in the various
> understand. The thing is, I got that file because it contains all the old
> books I've not seen in stores for years, and not to cheat writers out of
> their earnings.
used-books-markets these days -- not like pre-net when you had to haunt the
2ndhand stores & hope. That's how I fill in my collection for anything that
isn't still current & available new, or at least I can't find it.
- Okay...this topic is starting to sound a lot like the scene from the 1980's Hanna-Barberra cartoon "The Greatest Adventure of the Bible: The Easter Story" where Jesus announces that someone is going to betray him and then all 12 disciples say "Is it I?", "Is it I?"
--- In email@example.com, "Rob Shimer" <robshimer@...> wrote:
> The thing with continunity is that readers may not be able to keep up with the storyline so they buy none of the books. For a long time Superman had 4 monthly titles with one storyline. A year or two ago they each got their own.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "trevthurlow" <tomswift2002@> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, David Fernau <n7aao.david@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Some of the more computerized used book stores will let you request
> > > certain titles, they'll call you if a copy shows up. :)
> > >
> > > Jackie Bundy wrote:
> > Even some of the smaller used bookstores, if you live in the area and are a frequent customer, the owners/employees will usually keep a look out for titles that you let them know you are looking for. Or they'll let you know, when you enter, that there have been some new arrivals.
> > Trevor