Sure I do, but they are comic books. I got a box full of 50 signed copies.
The Merlin Trilogy signed by Mary Stewart.
Hi Roy Roy,
I have a book I like a lot...it is the Nobel Prize winning physicist Erwin Schödinger's little book What Is Life?
Schrödinger had a life-long passion for Hinduism, and would go off to India to meditate...as have done several of those great physicists. So, WHAT IS LIFE speculates that individual consciousness is only a manifestation of a unitary consciousness pervading the universe.
And, James Watson claimed that Schrödinger's book gave him the inspiration to study the gene, leading of course to discovery of the DNA double helix.
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Well, my little book is signed by its original owner, a physicist (prolly now long deceased) in a major university. I speculate how much that fellow might have loved that book and I treasure it even more.
Several First Edition signed Science Fiction books.
I have two Dean Koontz books that he signed for me. Great author, great books.
I do not have any books signed by their authors however I do have a book signed...... When my husbands Grandpa (AKA my Grandpa) was in the hospital for the last time, I asked him to sign my Bible for me. Then I wrote a note in it stating the message he said to Jr (who unfortunately will not remember him cuz he is too young). Grandpa passed away a couple weeks later. But I am honored I had that moment with him and Jr.
Yes, a few. Among them are the books I had signed in person by Andy Williams and the Lennon Sisters.
I have four different books that were signed. Neither were signed by their respective authors though. In fact, they used to be library books and they still have the previous "owners" of the books on a paper stuck on the back cover, hahah.
No I don't .... I guess I'm the only one then :/
Do yearbooks count?
( I though I had one on the selected writings of Socrates, but I can't find it off hand.)