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Darkship Renegades, Baen Books, December 2012, and the beautiful cover is by David Mattingly

Darkship Renegades, Baen Books, December 2012, and the beautiful cover is by David Mattingly

24 responses to “Darkship Renegades, Baen Books, December 2012, and the beautiful cover is by David Mattingly

  1. And I’m working on Witchfinder. I had to run some errands this morning, which threw everything off.

  2. Wow, that looks good!

    I’m 200 pages into Darkship Thieves and starting to really get into it.

  3. WOOOHOOO!!! Can’t wait until it’s available for pre-order!

    Second the cover looking beautiful, too! :)

    • I’m now waiting for cover for A Few Good Men, which SHOULD be out in Spring… I’m sure it will be fine (Also David Mattingly.) I’m just impatient to see it. :)

  4. It’s getting closer, ever closer . . .

    I’ll be pre-ordering.

  5. Well me too! Heck, I’m waiting for the book itself, for that matter. ;) When the Puppy Blender casually mentioned that he was reading an advance copy of it I was totally jealous…

  6. Michelle in Colorado

    Very Nice!

  7. I’m looking forward to the eARC & a physical copy!

  8. December??? I gotz to wait until December for the dead trees??!!!

  9. accordingtohoyt | April 20, 2012 at 8:46 pm | Reply
    for dead trees, yes, but the earc should bee sooner.

    E-Arc sooner, much happiness and rejoicing shall be in the halls. E-Arc is good, heck any E-form is good at this point.

    *Standing poised and waiting *

    Dan.

  10. That is a slick cover design. It would make a pretty good (albeit slightly creepy) poster.

  11. Melvyn Barker

    Thank you. Just re-read DST in anticipation. I’ll be watching for the erelease.

  12. Now my path is totally clear for only obsessing about Noah’s Boy. Ok, so before I was moslty obessing over it any way, but this way it sounds like I appreciate DST(which I do I’ve just been waiting for NB longer), instead of the other way which it would sound like I didn’t.

  13. I understand pre-orders make publishers look at authors with a slightly baffled respect, so I went ahead and pre-ordered.