So today is the day that the 47North editions of Crimes Against Magic and Born of Hatred are finally released. This is hopefully the start of a whole new episode of great things to happen. However, I have been asked a few questions about the editions and figured I’d answer them all here.
Is there anything different from the old versions?
Short answer, yes. Long answer: Crimes Against Magic has some considerable changes to parts of the book, it reads better for it too. Born of Hatred has a lot less changes, but still a few. Think of them this way, these are my directors cut versions. Basically these are better than the versions that were out. It’s up to you whether you’re happy with what you’ve read, or you want the updated version.
If I already own them, do I need to re-buy them.
Yes. They’re new editions, so in essence a new version of the book.
When will book 4 be out?
No idea. Ask me again in 6 months and you’ll probably have a different answer. But considering I’ve not started writing it yet beyond notes and the opening few chapters, probably a little while.
Also, here’s a few places you should go visit as I start my trip around the web.
Roberta Oliver Trahan is hosting a spotlight on my two books.
Alex Bledsoe has a guest post by me about how I chose the flashback times I used in both books.
That’s it for now. I’ll be posting all of the upcoming blog tour stuff I’ve got going, if you have time go check them out.