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  1. “Infoquake” Now Available on Amazon Kindle  • 
    As of today, I can now join the ranks of the electronically published. Yes, via the Pyr-o-mania blog, I see that "Infoquake" is now available on the Amazon Kindle. Not only is it available, but it's one of the first five titles available on Kindle from Pyr.
  2. “Geosynchron” Cover Art and Synopsis  • 
    My editor Lou Anders has posted on the Pyr blog the cover art and synopsis for "Geosynchron," the last book in my Jump 225 Trilogy. Here, without further ado, it is.
  3. Adventures in Sci-Fi Interviewing  • 
    Two new bits of book promotion: a 30-minute audio interview with me by Adventures in Sci-Fi Publishing, and my answers to reader questions on "Stargate" writer/producer Joseph Mallozzi's blog.
  4. DLE Mania on io9, Joseph Mallozzi’s Blog and SF Signal’s Mind Meld  • 
    The science fiction megasite io9 has just published an interview with me about "MultiReal," Stargate writer/producer Joseph Mallozzi is hosting a discussion on his blog about "Infoquake," and I've just contributed a few paragraphs to SF Signal's Mind Meld about my literary influences.
  5. For Your Consideration: “MultiReal” and “Mathralon” for the 2008 Hugo Awards  • 
    I have two items eligible for the 2008 Hugo Awards: my novel "MultiReal" and my short story "Mathralon."
  6. New Interviews on Fast Forward and Post-Weird Thoughts  • 
    Two new interviews with me are now available: a video interview with Fast Forward TV, and a 7-question interview on the blog Post-Weird Thoughts.
  7. My Capclave 2008 Schedule  • 
    If you're going to be attending this year's Capclave in Washington, DC (okay, technically it's in Rockville, MD), here's my schedule for the weekend.
  8. Denvention Recapitulation  • 
    Highlights of my experiences at WorldCon 2008, aka Denvention 3.
  9. Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dave  • 
    My schedule for this week's WorldCon science fiction convention in Denver, CO.
  10. “MultiReal” Miscellany  • 
    Life moves fast, and this "MultiReal" promotion stuff is zipping by like an F-16. Here's a passel of news about book stuff, which I'm just going to lump here behind bullet points for lack of any better idea.

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