Talk:Daniel H. Wilson

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Robopocalypse publish date[edit]

I've added a publish date of May 2011 for Robopocalypse, because I've actually seen it in the bookshop in Perth, Australia (Angus & Robertson). However every website I can find that mentions the book says it will be published in June 2011 - including A&R's [1]. Does anyone know of a reliable source that mentions its availability in May? Or shall we just wait until June, then change the article to say it was published in June (with references), and ignore my "original research"? Mitch Ames (talk) 09:53, 30 May 2011 (UTC)