The last time I checked, the Amazon US Web site said it had only two copies of BYTE-ing Satire in stock. The Amazon Canada site was reporting its inventory as just one copy. Last year, both online bookstores sold out before Christmas. It usually takes Amazon a couple of weeks to get new copies from the publisher.
What’s my point? If you’re thinking of buying copies of BYTE-ing Satire to give as gifts for your loved ones, relatives, friends, neighbors and hangers-on to celebrate the 2007 edition of Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanza, Gimplesfolly Day or any other holiday””not to mention for a personal celebration such as a birthday, wedding, anniversary, first date, bar mitzvah, bat mitzvah or bris””(and if you aren’t thinking of that then what the hell is wrong with you?) then it might be a good idea to place your order now. Of course, if you don’t read this post until after the holidays then you’ve probably got plenty of time to act before they roll around again.
The links on the left side of the screen will take you directly to the BYTE-ing Satire page on Amazon.
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