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As the promotional flurry for Becoming Charlemagne comes to a close, follow the latest news at Jeff's blog, "Quid Plura?"

Becoming Charlemagne is now available as an e-book for the Amazon Kindle.

In August 2008, Julie K. Rose interviewed Jeff about music for the Writers and Their Soundtracks blog.

In June 2008, the medieval history guide at About.com gave Becoming Charlemagne four out of five stars, calling the book "a good read" and "a wonderful way to interest someone in the time period."

On January 13, 2008, The New York Times Sunday Book Review spotlighted Becoming Charlemagne in its "Paperback Row" column.

The paperback edition of Becoming Charlemagne was released on December 18, 2007. Order a copy today!

Você fala Português? The good people at Editora Record have purchased the Brazilian Portuguese translation rights to Becoming Charlemagne.

Ars vincit in urbe advocatorum. Jeff was selected as one of "40 People Under 40 to Watch" in the May 2007 issue of Washingtonian magazine.

Jeff was interviewed about Becoming Charlemagne for the April 21, 2007, issue of the Washington Examiner.

The Atlanta public-radio show "Between the Lines" included Becoming Charlemagne on its Suggested Reading List for 2007.

"Who doesn't want to read about elephants in boats?" asks a Providence Journal reviewer, who writes, "be sure not to miss Jeff Sypeck's Becoming Charlemagne, a fascinating account of Karl's rise to power." (This review is also posted at News For Medievalists.)
 
On March 24, 2007, Jeff was recently interviewed by Faye Clow, host of the WVIK-FM radio show "About Books."
 
Praise from our neighbors to the north! On the CBC television show Hot Type on February 24, 2007, Canadian novelist and critic Antanas Sileika selected Becoming Charlemagne as one of his favorite books of the season.
 
Bloggers are talking about Becoming Charlemagne. Check out their musings at the Brothers Judd, 2Blowhards, Photon Courier, Hub Blog, and Polymath at Large.
 
Jeff's talk at Politics & Prose on January 7, 2007, was videotaped for C-SPAN's Book TV for airing on January 14, 2007, and January 21, 2007. Keep an eye on the Book TV schedule for additional airings--or purchase the DVD.
 
Becoming Charlemagne was the subject of a "book alert" by the San Diego Union-Tribune and has been dubbed "noteworthy" by the UN Bookshop.
 
In Washington, D.C., Olsson's Books selected Becoming Charlemagne as a "buyer's choice" for its 2006 holiday gift guide, while Politics & Prose Bookstore has listed the book as "recommended," noting the author's "vivacious writing style" and "eye for odd detail."
 
In November 2006, the Legal History Project interviewed Jeff Sypeck about law and legend in the age of Charlemagne.
 
On November 21, 2006, Becoming Charlemagne was officially released by Ecco, an imprint of HarperCollins.