September 25, 2003

One Degree of Separation

Ah. Patrick Nielsen Hayden of Electrolite has found the weblog of my best-friend-from-second-grade Michael Froomkin and recommends his Outstanding Layperson's Summary of the Verisign Fiasco.

After Patrick Nielsen Hayden discovered my website he greatly improved my quality-of-life by sending me three not-yet-published books from Tor. (Two very nice historical fiction--realist historical fiction: they tell you that the peacocks eat better than the slaves--novels by H.N. Turteltaub, the published ones in the series are Across the Wine-Dark Sea and The Gryphon's Skull; and one Regency romance-cum-feminist detective story, Point of Honour by Madeleine Robins, that really got me forty pages from the end when it began to dawn on me what the last plot twist was going to be: very highly recommended as well.)

Now let's see if somehow free unpublished books from Tor begin showing up in Michael Froomkin's mailbox...

Posted by DeLong at September 25, 2003 10:39 AM | TrackBack

Comments

One can only hope.

Posted by: Michael Froomkin on September 25, 2003 06:14 PM

Hmm.

Posted by: Patrick Nielsen Hayden on September 25, 2003 08:26 PM

More Turteltaub books are coming? Yeah!

Posted by: rea on September 26, 2003 06:50 AM
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