mabfan (Michael A. Burstein) (mabfan) wrote,
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[IRTF] Books!

So, just after the Jewish holidays came to an end, Nomi and I headed downstairs to run errands, only to find the first shipment of pre-orders and books for the publication party on our (figurative) doorstep.



Books! Books!
Michael A. Burstein and the first shipment of copies of I Remember the Future. Photo copyright ©2008 by Nomi S. Burstein.



If you pre-ordered, you'll still have to wait until after the pub date for your books to arrive, as I won't be signing any until November 2, the date of the party.

It's a real book. Wow.
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