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Steven Brust: “A masterful storyteller of contagious glee and self-deprecating badassery” —Skyler White

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  1. This is a beautiful cover, but also a tease.

  2. Seems like a pretty nice cover, Steve! What do you think of it? *g*

  3. Since you are one of my few “automatically buy whatever zie writes in hardcover” writers the cover:

    a) makes me ever more impatient for the book to be published

    and

    b) makes me think Scalzi has good taste

    Also congratulations.

  4. Audio book release?

  5. skzb

    There will be one; I don’t yet know the date.

  6. Ok, it’s September 24th in the US; do you have any idea of when the UK edition makes it over the pond?

    And yes, it is a wonderful cover…

  7. skzb

    Stevie: I don’t. I’ll try to find out. And thank you. 🙂

  8. Any idea when the ebook version will be available for pre-order?

  9. skzb

    Sorry, no. But I’ll try to announce it when it is. There will be a web page for the book soon, and it should also be announced there. If possible, there will be a facility to notify you when the page changes, so you needn’t keep checking it. But we’ll see.

  10. That’s great, thank you.

    And now I had better go before I start gibbering with uncontrollable excitement again: iPad is insisting that it’s ‘The Incriminalists’ but screw them: we will have the Zelazny and we will have ‘Hawk’..

    Life is doesn’t get much better than this…

  11. I believe the expression is Squee!

  12. Elegant and stylish – I like it!

  13. Very nice color scheme. It’ll be a perfect autumn read.

  14. I don’t really have much to say about the cover, except… it did it’s job.

    I clicked that link, barely aware you even HAD a book by that name coming out anytime soon.

    I closed the picture, with a new “must read” item on my list.

    Congrats, I’m hooked. 🙂

    BTW, are you two channeling Spider Robinson, or something? Because this sounds like something he’d write…

  15. skzb

    Glad you liked it; thanks. It doesn’t feel to me at all like a Spider Robinson story.

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