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Cory Doctorow at 5:54 am Sat, Feb 23, 2013
Hoping to catch you in Concord tomorrow! Just finished Homeland, nice job!
See you there!
Portsmouth is a beautiful SMALL city, lost of character, beautiful buildings, funky eats etc etc. Too bad you are visting now and not the fall, when the foliage etc perfectly complimets it in a visual and ‘feel’ sense.
I’ll be there.
Damn. I’m hardly ever out of state, but it just so happens I’m in Florida. Have a great book launch, Cory. Haven’t read Homeland yet, but I loved Little Brother.
Sorry I’ll miss ya! I was at Books & Books in Miami recently. They’ve got a TON of signed books.
Thanks, Cory. Unfortunately I’m only here for the weekend and won’t be anywhere near Miami. And my disappointment is about not getting to see and meet you. I’ll definitely pick up a signed copy in Riverrun, though.
And hello, John Herman!