e_moon60 (e_moon60) wrote,
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Contract!

The word is that my agent and the editor have hammered out the details and my new contract is a Go!   I don't know all the details yet, but I do know it's a three-book contract, the first due next December, for fantasy (yes, back to fantasy again.)

It will be the story of Kieri Phelan after the end of The Deed of Paksenarrion, so those of you interested, who haven't read the Paks story yet, should hie yourselves to a bookstore or Amazon.com and pick it up.   The Paks story and the related The Legacy of Gird, which combines Surrender None and Liar's Oath, were both published by Baen Books, which did an excellent job with them.   I'm now with Del Rey, though, so the new books will be coming out from them. 



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