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  1. “MultiReal” Also Now Available on Amazon Kindle  • 
    Only one day after Amazon released "Infoquake" on the Kindle, they've now made "MultiReal" available too. Go check it out on Amazon.
  2. “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.
  3. Ray Kurzweil on Multi Technology  • 
    Futurist Ray Kurzweil has suggested in an interview that we will be using a virtual reality network almost exactly like the one I proposed in "Infoquake" as soon as the late 2020s.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist Interview  • 
    Patrick St-Denis has just posted an interview with me on his popular Pat's Fantasy Hotlist blog. Subjects covered include "Infoquake," "MultiReal," Lou Anders and Pyr, my strengths as a storyteller, the John W. Campbell Award, cover art, websites and interactivity with readers, the trend of high-quality British SF, and whether SF will ever get proper literary recognition by snooty academics cowering up in their white towers.
  7. What Do Authors Want from Reviewers?  • 
    What do authors want from reviews of their work anyway? I can't speak for anybody other than myself on this one, but what I want is very simple.
  8. “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.
  9. The Jump 225 Jumbo Mega-Bonanza Summer Giveaway, Week 3  • 
    This week's giveaway contest: pick a comic book superhero to run as either Barack Obama's or John McCain's running mate this fall. And then tell me why said superhero would be an asset to the ticket.
  10. Interview on Jon Armstrong’s “If You’re Just Joining Us” Podcast  • 
    Jon Armstrong, author of the Philip K. Dick Award-nominated "Grey" and fellow nominee for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, has interviewed me on his "If You're Just Joining Us" podcast.

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