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  1. The Jump 225 Jumbo Mega-Bonanza Summer Giveaway, Week 2  • 
    Here's the winner of last week's Jump 225 Jumbo Mega Bonanza Giveaway contest -- and another opportunity for you to win the complete David Louis Edelman Canon.
  2. The Jump 225 Jumbo Mega-Bonanza Summer Giveaway  • 
    Every week for the next four weeks, I'm going to hold a contest here on my blog. And the winner of each contest will receive copies of "Infoquake," "MultiReal," "The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, Volume Two," and Mervyn Peake's "Titus Alone." Read the full article for details.
  3. Nick Sagan Gives Advance Praise for “MultiReal”  • 
    Nick Sagan, author of "Idlewild," "Edenborn," and "Everfree," screenwriter for "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Star Trek: Voyager," and former child ambassador to the universe on the Voyager Golden Record, has read and blurbed my novels "Infoquake" and "MultiReal."
  4. The Agony Column on “MultiReal”  • 
    Just happened to catch the latest Agony Column from the incomparable Rick Kleffel, and he's chosen to headline today with a brief look at "MultiReal." I'm unclear whether Rick has actually read the book yet, but he's taken the occasion to say some nice things about the Jump 225 trilogy in general.
  5. The “Infoquake” Mass Market Has Arrived  • 
    I am extraordinarily proud to give you the first look at the mass market version of "Infoquake," the first copy of which arrived in my mailbox yesterday. For the inordinately curious, you can also see the spreadsheet of the 155 changes I made to the text from the trade paperback edition.
  6. Read Chapters 1-5 of “MultiReal” in the Pyr Sampler  • 
    Interested in reading chapters 1-5 of my new novel MultiReal, a good three and a half months before the book’s in stores? Now’s your chance. Pyr has just released a 326-page sampler (PDF, 3.5 MB) of its upcoming titles for the spring and summer, and the first 45 pages or so of MultiReal are in […]
  7. Building the Perfect User Interface (Part 1)  • 
    When I set out to create the world for my Jump 225 Trilogy, as I’ve written elsewhere, I started with a few technological principles: Imagine that we have virtually inexhaustible sources of energy. Imagine that we have virtually unlimited computing power. Imagine that enough time has passed to allow the scientists to adequately take advantage […]
  8. The Final Cover for “MultiReal”  • 
    I mentioned that Pyr was moving in a new direction for the "MultiReal" cover art. Well, feast your eyes on the final cover of "MultiReal," hitting bookshelves early summer 2008.
  9. “MultiReal”: It’s Done  • 
    The photo you see here is the completed manuscript of my second novel, MultiReal, the sequel to Infoquake. It’s been somewhere around three years in the making, and now it’s done. The book measures 477 pages, or about 148,000 words (including appendices). There are 6 sections, 45 chapters, and 8 appendices. The opening epigraph comes […]
  10. A Preview of “MultiReal,” the Sequel to “Infoquake”  • 
    Today I've reached a milestone. I've finished what I'm labeling the fourth draft of "MultiReal," the sequel to "Infoquake." Here are some things you can expect to see when "MultiReal" finally hits the shelves.

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