Happy, er, Surprise Book-Day!

So, turns out I’ve had it wrong all along: for my UK readers, May Day is the debut of Midnight Never Come! (Apparently I am, in fact, distracted enough to miss this fact. For U.S. readers, it’s still June 9th.) If you’re a Brit, then hie thee to a bookstore bookshop and get yourself a copy!

You can read the first of several upcoming interviews, this one with The Book Swede, who asked me some very thought-provoking questions about the background and content of this novel.

0 Responses to “Happy, er, Surprise Book-Day!”

  1. kaz_mahoney

    Oh, cool! I’m book-shopping after work tomorrow, so I’ll look for it in London. πŸ™‚

  2. miladyinsanity

    ^.^

    That explains why when I asked for a review copy from Orbit UK, they sent me a copy of the finished book.

    (Also, it explains why when I asked you to guestblog, I suggested May.)

    • Marie Brennan

      Is it still okay if I blog in June? There’s no way I’m going to be able to squeeze it in before I start traveling on the 6th.

      • miladyinsanity

        Oh absolutely! πŸ™‚

        It was just a ‘Oh, now everything is clear!’ comment. If I’d needed you to blog earlier, I would have emailed you. Sorry to give you a scare!

  3. mirrorred_star

    O.0 I’ll have to see if I can order it in. Yay! Yayyayyayyay!

    πŸ™‚ A few days ago I finished reading a YA set in the 1650s- 1958, I think- and I wondered how close in time that was to And Ashes Lie. And now I know…

    • Marie Brennan

      What was the book? I’m keen to read stuff set during that period.

      • mirrorred_star

        The Silver Horse, book 2 in The Chain of Charms, by Kate Forsyth. The whole series was released as one volume as The Gypsy Crown in the UK this March, will be released as in the US in September. Or so her website says.

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