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Namely, the imminent publication of Cast in Ruin, and the announcement that Luna has bought three more Elantra books beyond the in-progress Cast in Peril.

Poll #8028 Favorite Chronicle of Elantra?
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Cast in Shadow
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3 (60.0%)

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2 (40.0%)

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Not only is the next House War book, Skirmish, due in January, and Cast in Peril in mid-autumn, but the first book in a new YA trilogy, Silence, is coming from DAW in May 2012.

I think this qualifies as a windfall, no? \o/
starlady: meralonne and kallandras in the wood (in a dark wood)
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Michelle has posted the cover for Cast in Ruin, which will be out in October 2011.

Also, [community profile] three_weeks_for_dw is happening again this year, and I'm thinking it would be a great thing to get this community a little more content. What kinds of posts/activities/things would people like to see?

starlady: meralonne and kallandras in the wood (in a dark wood)
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Michelle West has updated her website with the first chapters of the out-now City of Night and the forthcoming Cast in Chaos.

In publication news, House Name is scheduled for January 2011 (yay!), and the next book is in progress and tentatively titled Skirmish. On the Elantra front, Cast in Ruin is in progress as well.

I think this means it's time to start my annual trolling-chain-bookstores-for-the-new-Cast-book ritual.

Also, Michelle's Wordpress is available on DW as [syndicated profile] michellesagarawest_feed.

starlady: meralonne and kallandras in the wood (in a dark wood)
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In comm business, anyone who has graphics skillz and would like to make a less generic layout for the community, please feel free; I'd be happy to show off your talents. (I have no graphics skillz whatsoever.)

And now for some Sagara West reviews around DW: 

[personal profile] wistfuljane recently read The Broken Crown and is partway through The Uncrowned King and has some very interesting thoughts on resonances between West's worldbuilding and the real world, specifically race, gender, culture, and power. (No spoilers beyond TBC, please!)

[personal profile] thistleingrey recently read Cast in Courtlight and has some criticisms of the book as urban fantasy, also quite interesting.

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