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Forthcoming schedule news!

Well, some good news tonight.  Word when Baen will issue a couple of my new works.  May 2016 – hardback anthology Ring of Fire IV will  have my 33K + word novella "Hide Trouble From Mine Eyes".  (My third ROF anthology appearance).  September 2016 – hardback novel The Span of Empire, collaboration with Eric Flint. […]

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Grantville Gazette News

My story "The Hair of the Dog" will be coming out as part of Grantville Gazette VII next month from Baen Books.  There will be a number of other very good stories in that anthology as well.  Get thee hence and purchase it.  :-) D

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News Update

Royalty statement received from Baen.  1636: The Devil's Opera sold over 6300 copies of the hardback edition between 10/1/2013 and 6/30/2014.  It also seems to have sold about the same number of e-book editions in the same period.  This is good. Just finished a post for Fictorians, scheduled for Dec 26 at the moment. Major […]

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Latest News

Received a report from Baen, the publisher, that my ebook 1635: Music and Murder sold 2437 copies in the last quarter of 2013.  That's pretty respectable for a first book from a new author, I believe. Arrived home from the day job yesterday to find a box of author's copies of the mass-market paperback edition […]

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News on 1636: The Devil’s Opera

I was informed a couple of days ago that the mass-market paperback edition of 1636: The Devil's Opera will be out in October 2014.  So those of you who have been looking forward to that, it will be available in about six months. D

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Something I forgot to mention…

Back last year, second quarter, maybe, I wrote a nice long 1632-verse novella involving my characters Byron and Gotthilf.  It came in at a bit over 33,000 words.  The final title was Hide Trouble From Mine Eyes. The original game plan was for it to be combined with the earlier Byron and Gotthilf stories and be […]

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