Or we could just sell them to one another and make hundreds of thousands of dollars, which is what this guy did when he discovered a copy of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in his grandfather's house (one of two inscribed by the author to have survived the evils of time). We don't know how
much he sold the book for because the final auction price has been kept private (it exceeded his asking price of £350,000 ($567,000)). That's a lot of money, no?
|This guy is way cuter than I am, but it's all the book. Honest.|
|This is me trying my best creepy stalker / seductress pose. Any tips?|
And on a completely random note, this:
He also has a unique connection to the genre community through Nichelle Nichols, who played Uhura on the original Star Trek. You can hear her talk about her brief interactions with MLK Star Trek on this repeat episode of Neil deGrasse Tyson's StarTalk podcast. I just thought it was worth mentioning on this blog, even if the day is over.
What nifty stuff has been going on in your worlds?