It's FRIDAY! And that means it's TGIF, hosted by GReads. This weeks question: Most Valuable Book: From your personal collection of books, which ones hold the most value to you?
I don't get to go to book signings - sad but true. Therefore the books that mean the absolute most to me are my signed books - particularly the ones that are sent to me by the authors, at their own personal cost. I have maybe half a dozen signed books, but the two that are of most value to me are:
Rapture by Phillip W. Simpson
As well as being one of my favourite books, it's signed and personalised - AND was my first ever signed book. I still get it off the shelf and just look at it every now and then.
Zombie Fallout by Mark Tufo
Mark was kind enough to send me a signed copy when I couldn't find anywhere to purchase the paperback in Europe. As a book by one of my favourite zombie authors it takes pride of place on my shelf and I've never actually read the paperback version as I don't want to crease it!
What is your most valuable book? Is it signed, does it have a particular memory tied to it that makes you love it so much?