Herewith, the Lee and Miller (and Lee) delivery dates for the next while.
Trade Secrets (Liaden). . . . . . January 9,
Carousel Sun (Archers Beach). . . . . . February 15, 2013
Carousel Seas (Archers Beach). . . . . . August 15, 2013
First of Five (Liaden). . . . . . May 15, 2014
Second of Five (Liaden). . . . . . February 15, 2015
Third of Five (Liaden). . . . . . November 15, 2015
Fourth of Five (Liaden). . . . . . August 15, 2016
Fifth of Five (Liaden). . . . . . May 15, 2017
For clarity, a small review of terms:
Delivery date means the date on which a particular manuscript is due to arrive on the editor’s desk.
Publication date is the date on which a book is scheduled to be published.
These two things are not the same. Publishers (wisely) tend not to set publication dates in stone until the manuscript has been delivered. A good rule of thumb is to figure that a particular title will be published nine months to a year after delivery.
One thought on “Deadlines, we have deadlines”
So excited to see “Trade Secrets” next in the queue to be published, hopefully sooner rather than later 🙂 “Balance of Trade” is one of the few physical books I brought with me for my 10 months of field research in Mongolia…the story of Jethri’s determination and willingness to learn inspires me when I’m feeling culture-fatigued, and I look forward to reading more of his adventures.