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August 18, 2005

Subscribing to My Book

If you’re new to this blog, welcome.  This week many people have visited Fractals of Change for the first time because of links from Fred Wilson and Jeff Jarvis to my post Monday about my upcoming book – an historic murder mystery set in the Internet bubble and rubble.  Fred commented here about my plan to publish first on the web and Jeff, who is also writing a book, posted here.

Some of you have asked how you can sign up to begin to receive the web serialization (which will be free) or even buy the book.  Whoops.  I should have listened to my wife, Mary, who said not to say anything until the book’s own website was ready.

Unfortunately, you can’t buy the book yet.  But, if you subscribe to either notifications by email or an RSS feed of this blog, you’ll be the first to know when the book, its website, and its blog are ready.  As soon as I can, I’ll set up a way you can subscribe just to the book in case you are not  interested in the rest of Fractals of Change.

You can sign up to subscribe either by email or feed just below where it says “Subscribe” near the top of the left sidebar of this column or by clicking the “Subscribe to blog” link below.  Of course, if you’re already a subscriber to Fractals of Change, there’s nothing you need to do.

Thanks for being interested.

UPDATE:  My novel hackoff.com: an historic murder mystery set in the Internet bubble and rubble is now being serialized online as a blook (book on blog) at hackoff.com.

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