Favorite authors' forthcoming books

  1. elvet

    elvet Easily amused

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    I'd like to use this thread for any information on what may be upcoming for favorite authors, especially when routine searches aren't enough. In other words I'm looking for insider information that some of our members may have.
    Anyone know what's next for:
    K.J. Parker
    Neal Stephenson
    Iain M. Banks
    Guy Gavriel Kay
     
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  2. iansales

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    Neal Stephenson has just had one published: REAMDE.
     
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  4. elvet

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    Thanks!
     
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  5. GOLLUM

    GOLLUM Moderator Staff Member

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    OH OK. I didn't know that about Stephenson either. I'll have to keep an eye out for it. See Elvet, your thread is already paying dividends...:)

    Great idea for a thread by the way.
     
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  6. D_Davis

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    Michael Cisco has another new book coming out this year: The Wretch of the Sun. Might Cisco have two masterpieces published in the same year?

    J.M. McDermott will probably have Maze out this year.
     
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  7. ratsy

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    Brandon Sanderson has the new Mistborn coming out this November
    Then the next I cannot wait for is the new Robin Hobb, due out next february i think
     
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    There was this, but I seem to have killed it. ;)
     
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  9. soulsinging

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    Wasn't Mistborn a trilogy that already ended?
     
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  10. Rosemary

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    The Dusk Watchman book 5 by Tom Lloyd.

    It's to be published July 2012, so a long wait :(
     
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  11. thatollie

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    I did mention it in the Stephenson thread, neglected to provide the title. I apologise.

    We also had the books being released in 2011 thread, in which Werthead also mentioned Reamde.

    BTW, the release date for Pearlant by M. John Harrison has been moved from yesterday to April 2012. Which will seem ironic if you read the OP of the linked thread.
     
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  12. Rodders

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    I'm looking forward to Alastair Reynolds next release. Apparently, it's a trilogy charting mankinds next 10, 000 years in space.
     
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  13. thatollie

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    As has K.J. Parker.

    Guy Gavriel Kay hasn't announced any forthcoming works (that I know of).
     
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  14. elvet

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    I've already read The Hammer by K.J. Parker. I was hoping she had something else coming soon.
     
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  16. elvet

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    Any news on when the next Stormlight Archive book by Brandon Sanderson may be out? (sequel to Way of Kings)
     
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  17. Spade

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    I'm really looking forward to this one. I know a lot of time travel novels involve the JFK assassination, but I think King can take the novel to very unexpected places.
     
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  19. elvet

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  20. clovis-man

    clovis-man Prehistoric Irish Cynic

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    Not necessarily.


    Looking forward to this one. Just struggled through Rainbows End and need to get back to safe space opera territory.:D

    Actually Rainbows End was quite intriguing, just not a real easy read.
     
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