Well, since Locus has sort of broken the news, though they got the author wrong and published it in…a rather peculiar place, I guess that It Can Now Be Told.
Sharon Lee has, through agent Jennifer Jackson, sold
two sequels to Carousel Tides to Toni Weisskopf at Baen.
The manuscripts are due in 2013
Let’s see, what else? Um…
Sharon Lee and Steve Miller, have, through agent Jennifer Jackson, sold two short story collections to Toni Weisskopf at Baen. The collections, as yet untitled, will include all of the Adventures in the Liaden Universe® stories through Skyblaze (Number 17). No publication dates as yet.
Ghost Ship is Number One in the
SFSite’s Readers’ Choice Best Book of 2011!
Ahem. If you missed Ghost Ship, Don Blyly at Uncle Hugo’s SF Bookstore in Minneapolis, still has 50 autographed hard cover editions in hand (as of this writing, the hardcover run has otherwise sold out). Here’s a link to the Lee and Miller catalog page.
ALSO, if you want a signed copy of Dragon Ship, the sequel to Ghost Ship, coming out in September, you can pre-order from the same page.
Oh! There’s a nice reader review of Agent of Change here — useful for those of you who have been trying to get friends
hooked to try the Liaden Universe®.
If you’re close to Maine, Lee and Miller will be speaking at the Rockland Public Library on April 5 (that’s Thursday!) from 6:30 p.m. Our topic will be Where Authors Get Their Ideas, with illustrative readings from their published work.
…I think that’s all the news that’s fit to print. Onward! to, err, more coffee.