Tangent Online reviews Baen's Universe #1, with a couple of paragraphs on "The Cold Blacksmith." (Reviewer does not condone the thing with the goat.)
The blogger at Keeping In Touch liked Hammered a bunch.
oyceter was not so thrilled with Blood & Iron.
N.B: iTunes 7.01 has fixed the horrible static problem and instituted an occasional stutter. Verdict: stick to Winamp if you know what's good for you.
I wonder if the weird classic rock kick I've been on has anything to do with my telomeres shortening with age.
Right. Off to shower, and then go read some more about &^$^%(&^*& 1790-1800 in American politics. And maybe drink some coffee.
 That comment will be funny in 2010 or so, when Patience & Fortitude comes out. There's a bit where a character is explaining something about sex magic to somebody else, and brings up Crowley, and feels it needful to remark that although he has read Crowley, he (the person explaining) does not condone the thing with the goat. (If you don't know about the goat, yes, it's exactly what you are assuming, and don't google at work. Crowley's goat. Not my goat. My goat is pr0n-free.)
It's freaking weird being a writer.