And lo, there was the sound of contract in the land…

So, we’ve been talking behind the scenes for a while (with breaks for holidays, illness, and pretty much every other interruption you could imagine), but I’m pleased to say that it’s now official: I’ll be writing two more historical fantasies for Saga Press/S&S!  (thereby covering your Gilman-related reading needs through 2019).

from Publishers Lunch: 

Bestselling author and Nebula Award finalist Laura Anne Gilman’s untitled historical fantasy, described as a grown-up Johnny Tremaine meets The Blue Sword, in a two-book deal to Joe Monti at Saga Press, by Barry Goldblatt at Barry Goldblatt Literary. 

These books will be stand-alones – this was my request, as I’ve been writing series books for fourteen years now (!!), and wanted to play within self-contained stories for a while.

This does not mean the Devil’s West is over.  With book 3, Isobel came to a natural pausing point, so I’m taking it.  However,  other characters in that universe have been asking for their time on the page  (details on THAT to come).  And I’m incredibly excited about these new books and new characters….

Many thanks to my agent, Barry Goldblatt, and my editor, Joe Monti, for listening, and making it all happen.  :-)

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And yes, this means I will spend much of 2017 writing about rebels and royalists during the War for Independence.  Yes, my timing is either impeccable, or uncannily unnerving. 

2 thoughts on “And lo, there was the sound of contract in the land…”

  1. So happy for you! And happy for all of us who devour, ahem, READ your work.
    I raise a virtual glass of the good stuff to you, agent, and every so smart editor!

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