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He does a marvelous job of building up expectation...

2009-04-10T15:31:00.001-05:00

He does a marvelous job of building up expectations, then deflating them, then exceeding them unexpectedly, doesn't he?



He does a marvelous job of building up expectation...

2009-04-10T15:31:00.000-05:00

He does a marvelous job of building up expectations, then deflating them, then exceeding them unexpectedly, doesn't he?



Yeah, I'm just going to have to jump on this one t...

2009-04-10T09:46:00.000-05:00

Yeah, I'm just going to have to jump on this one too, so now James Enge, Ian McDonald, Kay Kenyon, and I think there's another from Sturges coming out, a sequel to Midwinter(Which is made out of awesome, I have to say), plus hunting down Adam Roberts books. Hey, what's the point of making money if you can't enjoy spending it right?
And you were right about the first few chapters of Blood of Ambrose, very effective, in the main because he wasn't actually present for most of it, we learned of him, about him but not through him. I'm really looking forward to picking up this book.



Art is in. Awaiting type. Probably by the end of t...

2009-04-08T16:29:00.000-05:00

Art is in. Awaiting type. Probably by the end of the week, or early next at the absolute latest.



So Lou when do we see the cover???I haven't seen a...

2009-04-08T16:26:00.000-05:00

So Lou when do we see the cover???

I haven't seen any Martiniere covers from you or Tor for awhile now. And his Kenyon covers are delicious.

Of course, the books aren't too shabby either!