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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazz Wylde View Post
    Well, maybe with all the money you're gonna make them, they can get one. lol

    Yeah, I plan on reading it, Jeff.
    Dream big or not at all.

    Well, let me know what you think once you get through it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Salyards View Post
    Dream big or not at all.

    Well, let me know what you think once you get through it.
    That's the way to go.

    Alright I will, man.

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    Guys, can we try and keep this thread meaningful and full of content rather than one-liner chat sessions that are much better suited to PM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mithfânion View Post
    Guys, can we try and keep this thread meaningful and full of content rather than one-liner chat sessions that are much better suited to PM?
    My apologies.

    Back on track, I am looking forward to The Croning. I've really enjoyed Laird's short stories, and have high hopes for the novel. He does a great job creating atmosphere--it's rich, and dark, and decadent. Like chocolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mithfânion View Post
    Guys, can we try and keep this thread meaningful and full of content rather than one-liner chat sessions that are much better suited to PM?
    Sorry, got caught up chatting with a new author here.

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    Found another good source for upcoming releases: This is from Sci-Fi Fan Letter - Jessica Strider does a nice job keeping her pulse on upcoming releases.

    April 2012 Releases:

    Hardcover:
    Angels of Vengeance – John Birmingham
    The Abolition of Species – Dietmar Dath
    The Road of Danger – David Drake
    Immobility – Brian Evenson
    Agatha H. and the Clockwork Princess – Phil Foglio
    The Rest is Silence – Scott Fotheringham
    Wicked City – Alaya Johnson
    Glamour in Glass – Mary Robinette Kowal
    Shadow Blizzard – Alexey Pehov
    Triggers – Robert Sawyer
    The Shape of Desire – Sharon Shinn
    Banner of the Damned – Sherwood Smith


    Trade Paperback:
    The Beginning – Robert Asprin
    The Straights of Galahesh – Bradley Beaulieu
    Star Trek: Orion's Hounds – Christopher Bennett
    Passion Play – Beth Bernobich
    2030: The Real Story of What Happens to America – Albert Brooks
    Montefiore's Goddaughter – Elizabeth Brooks
    Tiassa – Steven Brust
    Forgotten Realms: War of the Spider Queen Omnibus – Richard Lee Byers
    The Burning Man – Mark Chadbourn
    The Scar-Crow Men – Mark Chadbourn
    Ride the Star Winds – A. Bertram Chandler
    THe Not Yet – Moira Crone
    A Turn of Light – Julie Czerneda
    Blue Magic – A. M. Dellamonica
    A Counter-Clock World – Philip Dick
    Ubik – Philip Dick
    Warhammer 40K: Architect of Fate – Christian Dunn
    Acadia – David Anthony Durham
    The Other Lands – David Anthony Durham
    The Sacred Band – David Anthony Durham
    Pax Omega – Al Ewing
    The Messiah Game – Tom Flynn
    Dog and Dragon – Dave Freer
    Star Trek: The Next Generation: Planet X – Michael Jan Friedman
    Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Warfare – Jason Fry
    Ison of the Isles – Carolyn Ives Gilman
    Lance of Earth and Sky – Erin Hoffman
    Jack Cloudie – Stephen Hunt
    Vengeance – Ian Irvine
    Royal Street – Suzanne Johnson
    Moon Music – Faye Kellerman
    After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall – Nancy Kress
    Fountain of Age: Stories – Nancy Kress
    The Night Sessions – Ken MacLeod
    Sword & Blood – Sarah Marques
    Fort Freak – George R. R. Martin, Ed.
    Anno Dracula: The Bloody Red Baron – Kim Newman
    Store of the Worlds – Robert Sheckley
    A Song Called Youth – John Shirley
    Lost Everything – Brian Francis Slattery
    The Mongoliad – Neal Stephenson
    Caine's Law – Matthew Stover
    Star Trek: Sword of Damocles – Geoffrey Thorne
    Advent – James Treadwell
    Children of the Sky – Vernor Vinge
    Night Angel Omnibus – Brent Weeks
    Order In Chaos – Jack Whyte
    Robopocalypse – Daniel Wilson
    Westlake Soul – Rio Youers


    Mass Market Paperback:
    Devil's Punch – Ann Aguirre
    The High Crusade – Poul Anderson
    The Eye of the Chained God – Don Bassingthwaite
    Lies and Omens – Lyn Benedict
    Star Trek: Forgotten History – Christopher Bennett
    Summoning the Night – Jenn Bennett
    The Illustrated Man – Ray Bradbury
    The Martian Chronicles – Ray Bradbury
    Dreadnaught – Jack Campbell
    The Rogue – Trudi Canavan
    Hard Magic – Larry Correia
    Void Stalker – Aaron Dembski-Bowden
    Plague Town – Dana Fredsti
    Star Wars: Scourge – Jeff Grubb
    Champion of Mars – Guy Haley
    The Impossible Cube – Steven Harper
    The Kingdom of Gods – N. K. Jemisin
    Alien Diplomacy – Gini Koch
    Magic Without Mercy – Devon Monk
    The Shining CIty – Fiona Patton
    The Hot Gate – John Ringo
    Wonder – Robert Sawyer
    Pack – Jason Starr
    Hex – Allen Steele
    Bitter Seeds – Ian Tregillis
    Pod – Stephen Wallenfels
    On the Prowl – Christine Warren
    Dead Winter – C. L. Werner
    Extremis – Steve White
    Helix War Omnibus – Edward Willett
    Except the Queen – Jane Yolen


    Ebooks (Carina Press)
    Curel Numbers – Christopher Beats
    Darkest Caress – Kaylea Cross
    Desert Blade – Ella Drake
    Zero Gravity Outcasts – Kay Keppler


    YA
    The Green Man – Michael Bedard
    Black Heart – Holly Black
    Zombies vs Unicorns – Holly Black & Justine Larbalestier, Ed.
    Eona – Alison Goodman
    The Chaos – Nalo Hopkinson
    Shadows on the Moon – Zoe Marriott
    Vodnik – Bryce Moore
    Ripper – Amy Carol Reeves

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    In a thread elsewhere, Jussi posted this link to Orion's upcoming catalog (i.e. later this year). In it are listed the next works by Abercrombie (yes, it states it will feature Logen Ninefingers) and Lynch.

    Does anyone here know if Lynch is really going to be out (at least in the UK) this year?

    Also looking forward to the conclusion of Tom Lloyd's series. It is a series that I have found to be much better than most criticism has portrayed it.

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    I must be getting miserable; I want one book from that catalogue - Times of Contempt by Sapkowski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterWilliam View Post
    In a thread elsewhere, Jussi posted this link to Orion's upcoming catalog (i.e. later this year). In it are listed the next works by Abercrombie (yes, it states it will feature Logen Ninefingers) and Lynch.

    Does anyone here know if Lynch is really going to be out (at least in the UK) this year?

    Also looking forward to the conclusion of Tom Lloyd's series. It is a series that I have found to be much better than most criticism has portrayed it.
    Lynch's website says 2012 as well, which is the first time we've see a date on there, I'm pretty sure. So hopefully it's true.

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    This has been mentioned before, but Michael Sullivan's Theft of Swords omnibus has just been released in audio format. I'm downloading it from Audible even as I type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Contrarius View Post
    This has been mentioned before, but Michael Sullivan's Theft of Swords omnibus has just been released in audio format. I'm downloading it from Audible even as I type.
    Oh yeah - I totally forgot about mentioning that - it got released a few days ago but was still populating through the various links like Amazon and Audible. I of course downloaded it right away. All in all I'm very pleased with the way it came out.

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    And speaking of audio releases --

    The most recent two books in the Felix Castor series by Mike Carey -- Thicker Than Water (#4) and The Naming of the Beasts (#5) -- have just been released in audio. I have been waiting verrrrrrrry impatiently for these, and I had no idea they were about to be released, so I'm a happy camper right now.

    Support your friendly neighborhood exorcist! Okay, so he's not really friendly, and he's probably not in your neighborhood, and he doesn't really do quite what you'd expect an exorcist to do.....but support him anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullivan_riyria View Post
    Oh yeah - I totally forgot about mentioning that - it got released a few days ago but was still populating through the various links like Amazon and Audible. I of course downloaded it right away. All in all I'm very pleased with the way it came out.
    Any idea when Heir of Novron is going to be released on audible.com? I am currently about 1/3 the way through Rise of Empire on my kindle and I think it would be fun to check out the series in audio format. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khale View Post
    Any idea when Heir of Novron is going to be released on audible.com? I am currently about 1/3 the way through Rise of Empire on my kindle and I think it would be fun to check out the series in audio format. Thanks.
    The dates that were told to me are:

    3/1/2012 - Theft of Swords
    6/1/2012 - Rise of Empire
    9/1/2012 - Heir of Novron

    But Theft of Swords actually went live on about the 16th - whether the other ones will be similarly delayed I don't know. I do know Rise is being worked on as they asked for clarifications on pronounciation a few weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullivan_riyria View Post
    The dates that were told to me are:

    3/1/2012 - Theft of Swords
    6/1/2012 - Rise of Empire
    9/1/2012 - Heir of Novron

    But Theft of Swords actually went live on about the 16th - whether the other ones will be similarly delayed I don't know. I do know Rise is being worked on as they asked for clarifications on pronounciation a few weeks ago.
    Thanks for the information. No way I can wait until September to finish the series. I'll happily read it on my kindle.

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