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  1. David J. Williams Reading Tonight in DC  • 
    My buddy David J. Williams' new book, THE MACHINERY OF LIGHT, comes out today. He's doing a reading tonight 7 p.m. at Borders 1828 L Street NW, followed by an afterparty at the Science Club.
  2. The Ending of “Geosynchron”  • 
    Since I've received a number of comments and emails asking me about the ending of "Geosynchron," I've decided to open up about it and discuss it here.
  3. “Geosynchron” Is Here. Officially.  • 
    "Geosynchron" is here, at long last. Here are the latest reviews, news, links on where to buy, interviews and information about how you can win a signed copy of each book in the trilogy on Goodreads.
  4. Library Journal: “Geosynchron” “Takes Cyberpunk to the Next Level”  • 
    Library Journal has given "Geosynchron" a fabulous review in their January 15 issue, saying that the book "tak[es] cyberpunk to the next level" and stating that it's "highly recommended."
  5. Publishers Weekly: “Geosynchron” Is “Gritty”, “Accessible and Satisfying”  • 
    Publishers Weekly leads off its science fiction, fantasy and horror reviews this morning with the first published review of "Geosynchron." Overall, it's a very nice review indeed.
  6. Capclave Schedule (Including the First Public Reading from “Geosynchron”)  • 
    This weekend, I'll be at the Capclave convention in Rockville, MD. Here's my schedule, including the first public reading from my upcoming novel "Geosynchron."
  7. A Preview of “Geosynchron”  • 
    Here are some of the things you can expect from "Geosynchron," the concluding volume of the Jump 225 trilogy, when it hits the stores in late February of 2010.
  8. “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.
  9. “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.
  10. 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.

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