Tuesday, July 31, 2012


The picture below showed up on Twitter the other day, but I didn't realize until just now that it was something I'd not actually seen before. Despite the fact that The Music of the Lord of the Rings Films has been circulating for almost two years now, I've never actually held a second printing in my hands. You'll notice that picture shows a golden ribbon bookmark protruding past the end of the book. This is actually a part of the book--something we were only able to include on the second printing. We thought we'd throw it in just to distinguish the two runs. (There's also a small change in the technical text identifying the second printing.) I approved the design change, but hadn't actually seen it until now. Quite fetching, if I do say so!

By the way, Amazon continues to struggle to keep the book in stock. I think The Hobbit has increased the visibility quite a bit. If you've been holding off, don't hold off forever! We're not going to run dry any time soon, but available is occasionally an issue.

Back soon,

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