Teachers, librarians, etc: sign up for free copies of Homeland, the sequel to Little Brother

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7 Responses to “Teachers, librarians, etc: sign up for free copies of Homeland, the sequel to Little Brother

  1. aperturehead says:

    “Whenever that happens, lots of people write to me to tell me how much they enjoyed it…”

    Cory, a little self-promotion is always good to keep the gears of commerce greasy, but this sentence fragment really pushes the arrogance button a bit too far. What if no one writes to tell you how much “they enjoyed” your book? Assuming that your work will automatically be enjoyed is gross (to me) – plus, the odd karmic instructions you’ve outlined in order for readers to “pay debts forward” and to express their gratitude (to you and yours) and to do “good deeds” are simply strange. I didn’t know buying a book could be so spiritually exhausting!

  2. Jesse Waites says:

    Cory, is there a technology platform in place that automates this process, or is it done manually? this would be great framework for other authors to use.

  3. s2redux says:

    Ignore the naysayers, Cory — you had me at “my assistant Olga Nunes.” ::swoon::

  4. Cory – half the US library world was at ALA Midwinter in Seattle when you posted this on Monday.  I’d suggest a bump…

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