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And have been since 2009.

I'm not a huge fan. Androids dream of ... blade runner ... was a much better movie than book. The book was okayish.

The Man in the High Castle won a Hugo. It was good. Amazon Studios made a series out of it.

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Rob Lister wrote:And have been since 2009.
Why didn't you tell me? :evil:






Ever read Doctor Bloodmoney? :)
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I'm pretty sure I worked on one of them a few years ago through Distributed Proofreaders. Just some of the proofing or formatting rounds. I know I didn't do the final conversion to HTML or I would remember betterestly.