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Cory Doctorow at 2:08 pm Wed, Feb 13, 2013
Massive congrats! Well done!
Cory, is Homeland available for download yet?
Congratulations, I’ve just finished the first three chapters but I’m really enjoying it so far.
Hey Cory – finished it over the weekend; it was brilliant! Any plans for another one?
Homeland is my wife’s Valentines Day gift to me. I can’t wait to read it.
That’s what you get for giving away your intellectual property for free. (BTW Thank you for signing my daughter’s Nook and our friend’s control unit for her implant.)
Still trying to work out how to buy a copy in the UK.
How many of the people who bought it thought is was the novelization of the TV series “Homeland”?
I feel like I’d read some comment you’d made at some point, trying to downplay yourself as a “legit” writer. Maybe I misread, but if not your fears should hopefully be put to rest. You’re a fantastic writer, Cory. Congratulations!
“so what are we going to do now?”
brilliant stuff, see you next week in da atx!