Signed First Editions Club

Our Signed First Editions Club picks are new, hardcover fiction and nonfiction that are carefully curated by Bookmarks staff for their literary quality and potential appreciation in value.

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You can also join by calling 336-747-1471 or visiting Bookmarks at 634 W. Fourth St. in downtown Winston-Salem.
 



How much does it cost?

SFEC membership is free. Your credit card will be charged each month for the publisher’s price on the book ($28 average plus sales tax). Please note: When checking out online, you must pay via credit card and not via PayPal. 
 

How do I get my book?

  • Pick Up In Store  You will receive an email when your pick is ready for pickup. If your book is not picked up within 30 days after its release, your credit card on file will be charged for shipping and your book will be mailed to you.
  • Shipping  For an additional $4.50 per month, we can ship your book to you.
     

Additional Information:

Subscriptions may be purchased for 6 months or 12 months. Every subscriber has the option of a one month pass where the customer can choose to skip the month’s selection in favor of receiving an additional book at the end of the year or an additional copy of another month’s selection as supplies last. If you choose to skip a month, you must notify Bookmarks within seven days of the next month’s selection announcement email.
 



2018 Selections

2019 Selections

 



“There is nothing so moving for a book lover as reading one's favorite book in a first edition. To see words so loved, sometimes even words that have become a permanent part of our broader culture, the way they originally appeared is deeply emotional, and something every reader should experience. While Jane Austen and Ernest Hemingway may be out of reach for most collectors, the debut novels of today will become the beloved first editions of tomorrow, no doubt becoming books you and your children and grandchildren will want to pull down from the shelf again and again—not just to appreciate their value, but to re-experience the genesis of a new idea, a new character, or a new opening sentence that changed everything.”

— Charlie Lovett
New York Times bestselling author of 
The Bookman's TaleFirst ImpressionsThe Further Adventures of Ebenezer Scrooge, and The Lost Book of the Grail, and previous Bookmarks Board President