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Thread: Prador Moon: highly recommended
June 20th, 2007, 03:39 AM #16
Well, here’s some nice news. According to Jason Williams of Night Shade Books, my gore-fest-of-flesh-eating-aliens book, Prador Moon, is their second-best selling title. I immediately inquired who was their best seller. I don’t mind … I don’t mind coming second best to Ian M Banks. (hur hur)
Oh, and here’s another thing that’s been brought to my notice: The Top 10 SF writers of the 00’s. I’m not sure this list means much, but it’s nice to see that someone thinks like this!
Final bit of news. I’ve handed in Line War to Macmillan and am now turning my attention to another –short– book for Night Shade’s. This one will be about Cormac’s early years.
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June 20th, 2007, 07:29 AM #17
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Thanks for the update, Neal. It'll be good to see Prador Moon out in a UK edition soon.
Are there any differences between the UK edition and the Nightshade edition, apart from the cover?
Mark / HobbitMark
June 20th, 2007, 11:31 AM #18
Well, I'm hoping the copy editor at Macmillan will give it the once over, but beyond that there'll be no change.
(oops, I've put in the missing hyperlinks above)
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July 17th, 2007, 04:06 AM #19
actually i'd love to see something else from you set during the prador war, although i guess jebel's interest waned with the demise of immanence, i'd love it if you did something else with him