Wednesday, April 29, 2009

The Other Lands at B&N

A few folks have been kind enough to mention that they'd prefer to buy The Other Lands via B&N, but noted that it wasn't available for pre-order there yet. Well, it is now: TOL at B&N.

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6 Comments:

Blogger slkcivil said...

Excellent!! Thank you.

I'm enjoying reading about the engineers in the subterranean community in Acacia right now... ;-)

Also, I signed up as a supporting member and got a Hugo pin #, but no password or any other information to get the packet downloaded. This was a couple of days ago, but maybe it takes a little while for that information to be sent?

Thanks,
Shauna

5:35 PM  
Blogger David Anthony Durham said...

Shauna,

Cool.

Great that you're a supporting member! That's terrific. I don't know exactly how the procedure goes. I don't remember, but if you don't hear more from them soon just go ahead and contact them via the website. I've found them to be pretty responsive in the past, and they're definitely the ones that can answer your questions.

-David.

6:50 PM  
Blogger slkcivil said...

Thank you, David. I just got my packet info!!! Let the reading begin... I'll have to check the voting deadline, hopefully after my final portfolio is due. ;-)

3:17 AM  
Blogger David Anthony Durham said...

Yep. Cool. I'm not sure about the voting deadline myself, but I'm assuming it's a ways out yet.

-D.

4:47 PM  
Blogger jensc00t said...

Crap, I got the release date mixed up with another book, and now I have to wait until September? Maybe I'll just have to read the first book again. Sigh.

BTW, I sold books for your first book at UMD through Vertigo Books. It is always lovely to sell well written books by really nice people.

Looking forward to September. . .

8:41 PM  
Blogger David Anthony Durham said...

jensc00t,

September isn't THAT far away, really. Glad you care, though. :)

Ah, Vertigo Books... Man, that was a cool bookstore! I remember going to readings at Dupont Circle. Actually, one of my very first readings was in that store, and then I did another one at some point at College Park.

It's depressing to know that it closed down recently. I'm not surprised, but still.

BTW, it's always nice to have well-written books sold by nice people. Thank you for that.

8:33 PM  

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