Re: What's your favorite SK item in your collection?
Originally Posted by Tim D.
I love my British hardcover editions of SK's books. They usually have cooler dust jacket art than the U.S. versions. I hope to one day have a complete hardcover collection of SK's books in both the U.S. and British editions. I'm almost there with the U.S. versions, still got a ways to go with the British editions.
Hi and welcome! I also collect both the US versions and the UK editions. I would like to recommend to you that you hit every used bookstore and/or thrift store in your area- you will be amazed at what you will find. At thrift stores you can usually find King hardback books going for around $3 or so. I once found a mint condition (never even read) hardback of Insomnia that was AUTOGRAPHED and paid $2.99 for it!!! I would love to know how this book ended up in a thrift store in a small town in northwestern Washington???? It still just boggles my mind. Also, you might run into a copy or two of the original paperbacks editions of the Richard Bachman paperbacks- I keep finding copies of The Running Man occasionally and once found a copy of Roadwork, too.