Wednesday, December 9, 2009
TES writes.... Morning, D! I checked CH's site and she posted this earlier today under the, "Questions About the Sookie Stackhouse Series" topic:7419 duckpond100 2009-12-09 06:28
Oh, you mean the one WAY, WAY back? You know you're going to have to wait until the next book to find out more about Sookie's reaction to the marriage. And I'll put up the begining of the next book within the next week and a half. The question about the timing of the next book is harder to answer, since the first pages of it skip over several weeks, hitting down every now and then.
So only another 1.5 weeks to go...hopefully, the cover art will also be released around the same time. :D
The cover has changed! Hmm don't know why ....
The cover for Death's Excellent Vacation, an anthology edited by Toni L.P. Kelner & Charlaine Harris has been released on Lilith Saintcrow's website. The book releases in August of 2010. The list o contributors includes Charlaine Harris, Toni L.P. Kelner, Jeff Abbott, L.A. Banks, Jeaniene Frost, Christoper Golden, Chris Grabenstein, Katie MacAlister, A. Lee Martinez, Sharan Newman, Lilith Saintcrow, Sarah Smith and Daniel Stashower.
Amazon is apparently confused
Release date August 2010 - pre-order here
Posted by " Dallas " at 9:03 AM
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