In the E-Mail: Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue #1.

It appears that they have worked out the bugs in order to let Flint’s 163x alternate history series continue. Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue #1 is hopefully one of many. I’ve always liked this particular series because it’s provided me with a plethora of interesting information about topics that normally I would have never studied on my own. Even something as prosaic as the subtle differences between baking powder and baking soda, which was something I probably should have known about before some people wrote an adventure novel about it.

Anyway, I look forward to this series. If a subscription service is planned, I may even sign up for it…

2 thoughts on “In the E-Mail: Eric Flint’s 1632 & Beyond Issue #1.”

  1. I’m mostly focused on Bill Watterson’s mysterious graphic novel thing dropping next week.

    I bounced off that Eric Flint series. I don’t know why, it should have been catnip for me.
    And it bugs me that I can’t say what I didn’t like about it.

    1. Maybe because it’s tonally weird? Left-leaning, genuine American exceptionalism isn’t exactly common these days. You keep waiting for the other shoe to drop.

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