Tim T

Tim T

  • Commented on "Write me something fresh and new, but make it just like the last one"
    From a floor sales view, the authors who have book across multiple genres and sub genres (Stross, McAuley, Westerfield, MacBride, Mieville) are both great, and a bit of a pain. Their great for introducing customers across the genre lines if...
  • Commented on A nation of slaves
    I haven't seen any mention of entrepreneurship yet. (sorry if I've missed it). I would say encouraging entrepreneurship would be the answer, except in most places it has become a euphemism for unemployed bludger and failed in a real job....
  • Commented on PSA: Why there won't be a third book in the Halting State trilogy
    Had to google search 'independent republic of Issyk-Kulistan' just to make sure i'm still safe....
  • Commented on Another deceptively simple question
    I know I'm late to the discussion, but as a secondhand and new bookseller I see a lot of people buy the ebook and then buy a second hardcopy to put on their shelves. I wouldn't be surprised if any...
  • Commented on On Syria
    The al Assad regime might survive the conflict, but Bashar al Assad won't. Comparing the tactics, rhetoric and feel of the regime over the last year with what I saw during my time in the country (may-july 2010, I know...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: Halting State
    Speaking as an alien from business retail, we chose to put Halting State into Crime. Moving a borderline SF title like Halting State to crime is a pretty easy way to boost sales. (we're a bookstore we ONLY exists for...
  • Commented on Crib Sheet: Glasshouse
    We don't need a movie for this one, Pleasantville seems to cover the ground pretty well....
  • Commented on Brief clarification
    @seeker42. Join us, it's a really good con and worth coming over for....
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