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  • In honor of the TV debut of FlashForward, ISFiC Press is offering a discount to anyone who purchases a copy of Robert J. Sawyer's Aurora Award-winning collection Relativity and at least one other currently-available book through the ISFiC Press website from now through November 10.

    SF Tidbits for 9/26/09

  • Wake is the first novel in Robert J Sawyer's new trilogy, WWW, about how the World Wide Web gains consciousness.

    REVIEW: Wake by Robert J. Sawyer

  • Sawyer's usual fast-moving and engaging plotting won't do the trick alone.

    REVIEW: Wake by Robert J. Sawyer

  • We've reported before that Robert J. Sawyer's really cool novel, Flashforward, is being turned into a potential series for ABC, most likely to start next year.

    April 2009

  • Here's the new promo for Flash Forward, the series based on Robert J. Sawyer's novel of the same name.

    May 2009

  • (One exception: Sawyer's reference to the television show Flashforward, which is based on his books, is charmingly delivered.)

    REVIEW: WWW: Watch by Robert J. Sawyer

  • John Cho, who plays Hikaru Sulu in a little movie you may have heard of, will be starring the TV adaptation of Robert J. Sawyer's Flashforward.

    Tube Bits For 05/06/2009

  • There's something about Robert J. Sawyer's novels that strike a pleasing science fictional chord.

    REVIEW: WWW: Watch by Robert J. Sawyer

  • My only misgiving about the book is the same issue I had with Rollback: Sawyer's use of pop culture references is occasionally distracting.

    REVIEW: WWW: Watch by Robert J. Sawyer

  • For whatever reason, this discovery tickles me, as does that fact that John reviewed Wake, Robert J. Sawyer's newest book, earlier today.

    April 2009


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