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September 23rd, 2011
So Long, Fair Well, Adieu

Found out the other day that my book, CRIMSON from the Dead World series is out of print on Amazon. My guess is it won’t be long before Barnes and Noble follows. I have mixed feelings about this happening. It’s a little sad because anyone starting my series now will have to buy the book used or via ebook version. I knew it would happen someday, but I thought it would be RED that went out of print first since it’s technically the oldest (i.e. the earliest release date). On a positive note, I hope this means that I’ll eventually be able to get this series back from Tor. I’d really like to rework the books. But that will be down the road.

For now, I have the mass market release of BLOOD LITE 2 to celebrate. It comes out on Tuesday the 27th. 🙂

I’m halfway through edits on PHANTOM WARRIORS: BACCHUS. It’s taking longer than I’d anticipated (story of my life) because I’ve changed a few things in the story, including character names. I’m hoping to have it finished by the end of the weekend. Tomorrow morning dh and I are going for a hike (got to get ready for Switzerland), then I’m going to spend a few hours working since the Taylor Lautner movie I wanted to see is getting slaughtered by the critics. (Man, I thought some book reviews were bad.) They aren’t anything compared to the write-ups on Abduction. :-O If anyone is brave enough to go see it, let me know what you think. I really love action movies, but I do want some story to them.

6 comments to “So Long, Fair Well, Adieu”

  1. Looks like Abduction is getting killed by critics and loved by the majority of movie-goers. I’d see it! Looks fun.


  2. Charli, That’s what I saw, too. I’m just worried it’s the Twilight crowd saying that it’s great. I need an ‘outside’ opinion. 😉


  3. That is odd Crimson went out before Red. Although the covers were very good on the series, I’d be curious what your cover artist redoing your offerings on Amazon would come up with.


  4. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – those books (the entire Dead World series make my Top 10 List) kick major ass. I will cherish my print copies and eventually steal my best friend’s copies after mine are worn out. Yes, I know, I’m such a good friend, LOL. And that concludes my monthly comment-and-run session. : ) Until next time!


  5. Bernard, Yes, but I think there were more copies of RED printed than there were of Crimson. We were well into the recession when Crimson came out. When RED was released it was just starting.

    I’d love to task her with coming up with something. Of course, I still love the original artwork for RED. I’ll definitely work on getting them back, but it’ll probably take me a while.


  6. (((Jackie))) Thank you so much! Hey, you just ‘need’ those copies more than your friend. 😉

    Can’t wait to ‘see’ you again. *ggg