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I usually expect that there'll be new people buying my books when they're offered for free, but this time there is only a sales bump of about 5 books!  I'm not severely disappointed (thanks for being Concerned, if you were concerned!); I'm wondering whether I would buy and read my own books, if I were an ordinary reader, not particularly interested in classical music.  The answer is: probably not.  By the way, Jane, and Jane, the Early Years are books without any reference to music.  (Well, a little bit of reference in passing.)  Also: Prisoner, and Yraid.

Changing the subject, now with ebooks, it's impossible to borrow a book from a friend, or even check out something that your friend might be reading!  With paper books, you could always do that... I would so like to pop into the future, just about 5 years, and take a peek at the reading habits of people!  Actually, Music on the Galactic Voyager  is set at about that time, but socially it's like life in around 2000, because that's when I wrote it.  I thought I was being super futuristic, but I totally wasn't. 

Well, I hope any Americans reading this had a nice July Fourth; I was unhappy from an environmental point of view, because of the fireworks, and from a noise point of view because of people's pets, who always hate fireworks.  But most Americans like noise, and most Americans like explosions, so tough, I guess. 

That's all I've got!


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