The Light Of Burning Shadows gets a starred review in Publishers Weekly

This came as a pleasant surprise. All in all, a nice way to start the week ๐Ÿ™‚

http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6705993.html
(you have to scroll about 2/3s down to read the review…if you’re interested)

In other news, I am finishing up the last of the questions sent to me by the Russian translator (honest, Kot, I’ll have them for you today!) for A Darkness Forged in Fire, and I’m close to finding out when the audio for Light of Burning Shadows will be available.

    • admin

      Makes it sound like people will be running into stores wearing ski masks and demanding the next book or else…hey, now there’s a viral marketing campaign!

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    • admin

      Hi, Kelly:

      Thanks! So how crazy excited/nervous are you as your pub date approaches? Despite being in the business for seven plus years when my first one came out I was still a bundle of nerves.

      Cheers,

      Chris

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      • kelly_gay

        Yep. A bundle of nerves and then some. Alternating between nervousness, disbelief, fear, excitement…it’s insane, but tempered by Book 2 edits. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  1. echizenakira

    Just poking my head in to say a brief hello! ๐Ÿ™‚ I was incredibly thrilled throughout reading book two. The first one was like getting acquainted with a new (slightly dysfunctional) family.
    I must say, holy schmoley, I am so amazed by all this stuff with Alwyn, who somehow as early as his first appearance became my favorite character. I love the massive humor present all over those books. Yimt never ceases to make me laugh.

    Thank you so much for these books!! Already looking forward to summer 2010!
    –Katherine–

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    • admin

      Hi, Katherine:

      Poke away ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes, the lads (and ladies) would definitely qualify as slightly dysfunctional. I suppose my view on the world, theirs and ours, is that everyone is a bit screwed up. Yimt and Alwyn are very fun to write, and for very different reasons. I’m glad they resonate with you.

      Cheers,

      Chris

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