- Nov 20, 2006
Definitely, horror has as much in common with fantasy and SF as they have with each other. For me they are the holy trinity of what I think deserves to be called speculative fiction.
That's how it ought to be (and used to be here) but the idiot bookstores now tell you to go order online. So people do - from Amazon. And those bookstores wonder why they're going out of business.
This should be shouted from every rooftop!Definitely, horror has as much in common with fantasy and SF as they have with each other. For me they are the holy trinity of what I think deserves to be called speculative fiction.
I do like going to used bookstore, but more as a treasure hunt - finding a long forgotten fave, getting a spare copy of a good book for a friend and occasionally finding something worthwhile.
No first Hand books?
I wonder one thing do you guys have a policy of when you buy new books that isnt second hand copy?
It seems this thread you guys only buy second hand. Of course i try to find second hand of rare books or new authors i dont know yet but Fav authors i want their books in new copies, good condition.
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