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    BTW, Rob, why are you waiting a week?! You're killing me!

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    1) I've got to write the review.

    2) I like to space out my reviews one per week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob B View Post
    1) I've got to write the review.

    2) I like to space out my reviews one per week
    Makes perfect sense. I was just giving you grief.

    I look forward to reading it whenever it comes out. Thanks again for taking the time to review the book. I really do appreciate it.

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    Here is a review on Tor.com that I'm pretty chuffed about.

    http://www.tor.com/blogs/2012/05/sol...-jeff-salyards

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    A guest blog post on the topic of jealousy that might (or might not) be of interest:

    http://farbeyondreality.com/2012/05/...-the-betrayer/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Salyards View Post
    Makes perfect sense. I was just giving you grief.

    I look forward to reading it whenever it comes out. Thanks again for taking the time to review the book. I really do appreciate it.
    Here's my review: http://www.sffworld.com/brevoff/842.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob B View Post
    Thanks for the fantastic review, Rob. I'm very glad you enjoyed the book!

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    Here is another review that popped up yesterday as well:


    http://www.fantasybytes.net/2012/05/...-betrayer.html

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    Amazon and B&N have the hardcovers but no ebooks yet (and apparently I was misinformed, because checking the sites 4,000 times a day does NOT apprear to be helping).

    However, Baen Ebooks has the ebook of Scourge of the Betrayer in all formats for all standard readers (Kindle, Nook, iPad, etc.). DRM-free, for that matter. Gluten-free, too.

    http://www.baenebooks.com/p-1656-sco...-betrayer.aspx
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    The book is now on Kindle on that newfangled Amazon place all the kids keep talking about:

    http://www.amazon.com/Scourge-Betray.../dp/1597804061

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    Hey Jeff,
    You're really making the rounds...good for you!! I love seeing all the enthusiasm. I hope the launch is going well. I saw from your blog you still have "a day job" pesky little things - I recommend giving it a boot as soon as you can Get's in the way of future writings.

    I'm a bit lazy and I'm sure I could learn this if I dug a bit...but thought it was easier to ask. Is Scourage the first in a series. If yes, how many is the planned arc and any idea on the release dates of the others?

    Michael.

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    Thanks, Michael. Being a newbie, I had no idea what to expect and was pretty nervous about how the book would be received. But so far so good! I hope the reviews encourage some readers to give the book a try. We'll see how that part goes.

    The series will at least run three books, possibly more if the story dictates (and it finds its readers).

    Working on Book 2 now, but between the annoying day job and the lovely children, it's never as fast as I would like. The next one ahould be out next summer or fall.
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    Here is another review, complete with soundtrack.

    http://sentidodelamaravilla.blogspot...-salyards.html

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    And, in case anyone is interesting in me yammering on, here is a new interview on Qwillery:

    http://qwillery.blogspot.com/2012/05...ds-may-19.html

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