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October 2008

SF Tidbits for 10/31/08

William Shatner on his Signature Star Trek Drop Kick. Did he say he had some obnoxious teenager in a headlock? Google’s BookSearch goes legit in $45m deal. The SFWA [...]

October 31, 2008 // 1 Comment

Halloween Reading…A Summary

I’m the kind of reader book marketers love because I’m the type of reader who likes to take advantage of timing to choose what to read. For example, if I know [...]

October 30, 2008 // 1 Comment

Free eBook: Sunborn by Jeffrey A. Carver

Jeffrey A. Carver is giving away free PDF copies of his latest novel, Sunborn. Don’t like PDF copies? Carver offers the following solution to obtain other eBook [...]

October 30, 2008 // 1 Comment

Hassel the Hoff on November 6th in PAIN

Attention all you PS3 owners, David Hasselhoff will be appearing in a new expansion for PAIN, called PAIN Movie Lot. PAIN allows you to launch characters into various [...]

October 30, 2008 // 1 Comment

SF Tidbits for 10/30/08

Interviews & Profiles: @Teachers for a New Era at UConn: an audio interview with R.A. Salvatore and Geno Salvatore, father/son authors of The Stowaway. (Also: Read [...]

October 30, 2008 // 3 Comments

The Day The Earth Stopped

This gets my vote for Lamest Trailer Ever…even without the obvious title ripoff. Maybe they should have called it The Day The Box Office Stood Still. Hi-yo! And is [...]

October 30, 2008 // 4 Comments

Wednesday YouTube: Rollerman

In the spirit of The World’s First Wearable Motorcycle… When I watch this, I can’t help singing “Rollerman, Rollerman, does whatever a roller [...]

October 29, 2008 // 0 Comments

SF Tidbits for 10/29/08

Interviews & Profiles: John Scalzi turns the Whatever mike over to T.A. Pratt (Dead Reign). @Blogging the Muse: Ramsey Campbell (The Grin of the Dark). ComicMix [...]

October 29, 2008 // 4 Comments

Tube Bits for 10/29/2008

I’m not sure how I didn’t realize this yesterday, but Legend of the Seeker is actually the re-named Wizard’s First Rule, based on the book series by [...]

October 29, 2008 // 1 Comment

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