Posted on July 27, 2008 Posted by John Scalzi 7 Comments
If you just can’t get enough of the dulcet tones of my voice, I was interviewed by Ingram Library Services at Book Expo America about Zoe’s Tale and other things, and the podcast of it is here. The whole interview runs a shade over eighteen minutes. You can even download it, if the thought excites you. And if it does, please don’t let me know.
Always nice to hear your blatherations, John, but I shall keep my level of excitement a closely guarded secret.
I downloaded it. Won’t let on how exciting this is (or isn’t, natch).
I’d prefer an audiobook version of your post:
Another Entry in the Annals of “People Who Haven’t the Slightest Idea What They’re Saying”
…with you doing different voices to include all the comments.
Yeah, that’s what I want.
(And kindly don’t take this comment as an effort to tell you what to do on your own blog. We wouldn’t want that now would we?)
I don’t remember how long ago I read OMW. I think I got it when it was freshly in trade. Anyway, when you described the opening scene in the podcast, I started tearing up again.
I don’t even HAVE a dead wife.
Anyway, I’m looking forward to the AD sequel. I laughed so hard I dropped the book a couple of times.
You’ve with Heinlein and Tom Kratman on my automatic buy list.
Speaking of which, have you SEEN what your coffee shop book is going for used on Amazon? $65 – $250.
$70 – $189 on half:
Even more strangely, the signed editions are the cheapest (I’ve got #396).
I really don’t understand what’s going on.
Downloaded. Excitement may be inferred from Our Host’s description of terms…
JS: the eeeeeevil chuckle at the thought of listeners|readers losing control of bodily functions was Just. Too. Perfect.
Thanks for giving me the perfect upgrade plan. I shall offer to sell my copy for a somewhat-cheaper signed copy, with the balance to be paid me up front. :-)
this is probably going to sound stupid but have you posted the first chapter of high castle on here or was it just a bit that you read to people.