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When Wil Wheaton was reading the audiobook for my novel Homeland (exclusively available through the Humble Ebook Bundle for the next nine days!), I had the great pleasure of listening to the raw, unedited studio recordings before they were mastered. Together with editor John Taylor Williams, we collected some of the best outtakes, which I’ve been posting here all week. Here’s the last one (MP3), in which Wil’s subconscious supposes that Marcus Yallow has a hankering to “melt some camels.”

4 Responses to “Wil Wheaton’s subconscious wants to “melt some camels” (?!)”

  1. Cory Doctorow

    Hope so! Write to your favorite Italian publisher and ask for it!

  2. Dale

    Would you please explain the concept of Humble Bundle, how it works, and how I use it to get “Homeland”?

    I just don’t get it.

  3. Cory Doctorow

    Sure! Humble Bundle gangs together a ton of media — in this case, ebooks and an audiobook — and invites you to name your price for it. If you give more than $15, you get Homeland with it. You can also decide how much of your payment I get, how much the other authors get, and how much to give to the nominated charities, and to the Humble folks, who keep it all running.

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