All my author copies of the new books (paperbacks of "Wireless", US hardcover and UK paperback of "The Fuller Memorandum") have arrived. I'm told my local bookstore, Transreal Books in Edinburgh, is expecting supplies of the US hardcover of TFM to show up next Wednesday or Thursday; if you want to order a signed copy, send Mike an email. (I'll be dropping in to sign stock next weekend. Thereafter, my next signing will be at Pandemonium in Cambridge, MA on the 13th of July.)
Much to my astonishment, as of today — six days before the official publication date — "The Fuller Memorandum" is the
#5 best-selling science fiction title on Amazon.co.uk. (And as #1-#4 include "1984", "Brave New World", and "The Handmaid's Tale" — three of the classic dystopias of the past century — it's actually the #2 current title.) ... correction: it's now at #2 in SF after "1984", and #84 in Fiction on amazon.co.uk.
I don't normally work on book-length projects without a publishing contract up-front, but I probably won't surprise you if I say that I'm dealing with the lack of a project to work on post-"Rule 34" by working on, er, another Laundry piece.