Titan Books put three limited-edition hardback versions of Joyland on sale this morning. If you want one, go here, and if you want a signed edition, I wouldn't even finish reading this sentence. See there, you probably missed out!
The major selling-point for me, here, is simply having a hardback copy of the book. Narrowly behind that: the art by Robert McGinnis, who did a few James Bond posters (among what I'm sure are numerous other fine achievements in a decades-long career). So this purchase pleases the Stephen King fan, but also tickles my love for 007 a bit.
Anyways, there's a 1500-copy unsigned edition for relatively cheap (the prices are in UK currency, but the unsigned edition seems to be roughly $40 American, which ain't bad at all for a limited-edition). I ordered one, and consider my Monday morning to be off to a fairly good start as a result.
Most days, I wouldn't be anywhere close to awake this time of the day. Looks like a little insomnia can have its upside once in a while!