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a few hardcovers and pbs available from Closed Circle, signed. Latest: Moonlover and the Fountain of Blood, Jane Fancher short story. Chernevog, part 2 of the Rusalka trilogy co-written by CJ and Jane; and Orion's Children, a tetralogy from Lynn. Plus, coming soon: e-books: Yvgenie, and books from Jane.

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At Miscon 2013, around Memorial Day, Missoula MT, At SoonerCon, in OKC, around June 15, also Spokon in Spokane, in July/August, Beyond that, we aren't sure.
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Alliance-Union books: spoiler alert

There is the general spoiler page for general questions.

I’m making this set of pages for more specific questions.

The rule is: do not ask or comment about a book until it has been at least a month in issue. I think that will make everybody happy re spoilers.

485 comments to Alliance-Union books: spoiler alert

  • knnn

    CJ,
    You can be sure that your “old” books are very much loved.

    (waiting patiently for a new Alliance Universe novel, or two, or three…)

  • I was sitting the other day, thinking how much I’d loved the continuance of the Cyteen/Regenesis group. Will we ever get to see Eversnow – maybe with an ag├Ęd Ari II visiting the newly established base of Reseune there? A continuance of her efforts to shepherd humanity, maybe influence Alliance and help mend fences and keep humanity a cohesive group, rather than the disparate tribes flung to the stars?

    Just some thoughts I had.

  • Sherbs

    Although I have been enjoying the Foreigner series I still love the Alliance/Union books best. I have recently loaned a copy of Merchanter’s Luck to a friend and got them hooked as well. I know these things are never really predictable but I would love to see some more books in the Alliance/Union setting, it just seems like there is so much more left to explore. I was wondering if it was something that had lost its interest as a background for stories, or whether it was a case of there being other pressures to continue with the Foreigner books, or if it was just that while the story arc of the Foreigner books was not complete it was a matter of following it down to the end.

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