August 29, 2006
Something for Future Hugo Finalists to Consider
I'm looking at the vote tallies for the Best Novel Hugo, and it turns out that Old Man's War placed third on the final tally. Second place was Charlie Stross' Accelerando, and first, of course, was Robert Charles Wilson's Spin.
Question: Is it coincidence that the novels that took win, place and show for the Hugo vote were also the books made freely available in electronic editions to LACon IV members (and in the case of Accelerando, to humanity at large)?
Posted by john at August 29, 2006 10:21 PM
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