The Stars Are Legion: Coming Soon in Spanish, Updated Release Date

Stars Are Legion final coverVery excited to see that it’s been announced that The Stars Are Legion will be published in Spanish!

I’ve had a lot of fan requests for Spanish-language versions of my work over the years, so I was excited to finally see a book that will be translated and released there about the time it comes out here in the US/UK, I think.

Speaking of release dates, Saga Press did recently contact me to say they were pushing the book out again, about three weeks, to February 7th. If you have pre-ordered it, you probably got the notice for this. I’m not entirely sure about why there was a move this time, only that it had nothing to do with the book and something to do with Saga juggling some other titles in the schedule. There are some things in publishing I control, and some things I don’t, and this was one of them. Certainly not my first choice, but hey: that’s publishing ¯\_(?)_/¯

Despite the movement of that date, we are still keeping The Broken Heavens, the last book in the Worldbreaker Saga, at May 2nd. Once again, I feel this is too close for these releases to come out, but hey, again, publishing. This will be a good test about whether or not releases spaced closely together do indeed sell more books, or if they just make people tired of the writer! I’m curious to see how it turns out. I know that, if nothing else, *I* will certainly be tired next year.

But I’m pretty stoked to both finish up my second trilogy and give you a nice crunchy standalone. Be sure to nab your pre-order here.


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