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Old Oct 4 2007, 01:51 PM   #1
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I went into Waterstones today to see whether they had any of Lanen's books. They hadn't. And, according to them only the third of the trilogy is in print, in an American printing with a wait time of four weeks. (E-bay here I come)

I was rather amused to see a large paperback of a collection of Kipling's short stories filed under science fantasy!
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Old Oct 4 2007, 04:18 PM   #2
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Peter, it's wonderful to see you are also going to be reading Elizabeth's stories. They do have paperback copies in several places on the internet. Happy hunting
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All of Elizabeth's books are only available (hardback and paperback) in TOR versions. You'll find the paperbacks available for nice prices on eBay. Don't fall for the differences of the Song in the Silence with light blue cover and big yellow lettering; it's a special, edited young adults version. The one you want has the Bolinger art (black with silver/grey dragon).
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Old Oct 4 2007, 05:37 PM   #4
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Would that be Kevin Kipling? Maybe you should have looked for Barbara Kerner.
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Oh... Sandi, you are BAD!
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There's usually a copy of at least one of the books in the Leeds Borders. Would you like me to have a look tomorrow for you?

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I've found a (cheap) copy of Song in the Silence on E-bay.
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I've got to put those on my list to re-read!
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I finally got my hands on "Redeeming the Lost" at a fantastic sci-fi/fantasy book shop here in Oslo, which has a much better selection than any bookshop I've been in in the UK, including The Forbidden Planet
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Wow, Elizabeth published in Oslo!

Yes, the books are becoming harder to get hold of. Elizabeth told me "Song in the Silence" is no longer being printed, but the Edinburgh branch of Borders still has two copies. Borders seem to be pretty good at restocking that book, but I can't help wondering how many people have now read it and can't find the other two (Borders don't sell those).

I'm glad you found a copy on E-bay. Feel free to write to Tor and tell them they really must start printing these books again.
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I was in Outlander (the brilliant sci-fi/fantasy bookshop here in Oslo I keep banging on about ) earlier this week, and they have one or two copies of each of the the three books in the trilogy. The price for one is the equivalent of £7 (I did say this is Oslo ). If anyone would like me to bag them for themj, bearing in mind that postage from Norway is exorbitant please let me know.
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Wow, mentioned in the same sentence as Kipling!

I'm only published with Tor, as Hans says, and there is no European edition, so amazon.co.uk won't have my books. Amazon.com does, but unfortunately, it appears that Tor have stopped printing the original versionos Song in the Silence.

Don't believe that person who is selling a used paperback copy from 1996, though - the hardback came out in 1997, the first paperback edition in 1998!

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Just read Song in the Silence before we moved (ran out of the Anne books I'd taken with me to the apartment). So I had been meaning to give Lanen's books a try and so grabbed a paperback at Barnes and Noble. LOVE IT! Going to have to find them all in hardcover tho. They'll go in the book collection too! (VERY VERY GOOD READING LANEN!!!! THANK YOU!)
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Carves another notch in the mouse -- although I can't take credit for converting Becky
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Old Oct 9 2007, 05:28 PM   #15
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Somebody on e-bay is offering all 3 in pb (although I think #3 is a trade one and the others are mmpb)
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Thanks, Becky! I'm so glad you are enjoying them (you're welcome!). Just need to tell Tor to put Song in the Silence back in print!

BTW, P'ter, there is no trade paperback. Redeeming the Lost exists in hc and in mmpb, that's it. Apart from the illegal Russian versions Hans found, of course! :p
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Old Oct 10 2007, 03:27 AM   #17
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In that case RtL must be an hb.

I was amused to find Kipling on the same s.f. shelf as where you should have been!
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Old Oct 10 2007, 03:45 PM   #18
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@Hans, since you showed me the way to Kolmar, I figured I needed to return the favor and show another the way...
@Becky, I am so glad to hear that you enjoyed it so much...Told ya.. told ya ..told ya

If everyone that I most eagerly told about Elizabeth's books, reads them...there will be a definitely up serge in book sales soon.

Well those of you who know me ,(Elizabeth included now) know how chatty I can be when talking about something I really enjoy...and when it comes to Elizabeth's books I can get very, very chatty...


GIVE'M A TRY...YOU'LL LOVE'M
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Maelin, you are soooo funny!!! Yes, dear, you have every right to say I told you so!!!!
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Lady Maelin, you are now officially on the payroll!

Er - or rather, you would be if there were a payroll...

Thank you so much for encouraging others to read my work, I can't tell you how good that makes me feel. (Nearly as good as seeing my portrait!) And Becky, I'm thrilled you're enjoying them. You go for it, girl!

*Lanen dances off, as Maelin and Becky have made her day*
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Lanen - I will go for them! They'll be added to my book collection, the hardcovers that is, as I can find them. It will be hard but I'll manage to find them. I've needed something to hunt for! I don't collect just any books, they have to be special to me and Song in the Silence certainly is special and based on that I'm going for the other two also.
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Kipling actually wrote a number of fantastic and supernatural tales. One of them, about a ghostly Indian regiment, even inspired Machen's "The Bowmen", which in turn triggered the whole Angels of Mons thing.
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He also wrote some interesting science fiction e.g: With the Night Mails.
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Lanen, I will consider myself very happily paid when I see there is another new book in my local book store, with your name on the cover. Then I will be the one dancing around the room....just before I sit down to read it that is.
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I am the happy possessor of all three books, which I got soon after they came out, encouraged by the rave reviews of Pandora on "A Manor of Speaking" (formerly Esmeralda of the Old KT).
Is there any hope of more Lanen some time soon? I want to watch the twins growing up!
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Lara, I have good news!

Elizabeth is working on the fourth volume in the Kolmar series

If you are still in contact with Esmeralda, pass on my greetings please.
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Old Oct 19 2007, 09:41 AM   #27
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Hooray! Thanks for that good news Hans. I will pass on your message to Esmeralda.
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Thanks!

Uhm... you do know that both Lanen and her husband StevenB are active members here, right?
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Yes Hans, I saw. Esme sends regards to you too.
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Bonjour Lara.

Lanen and I remember Esmeralda from a UK gather a few years ago. Please say "Hi" from us too.
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Salut, Steven and Elizabeth! I will pass on your message to Esmeralda, who will be delighted - she has such good memories of that gather in Blackpool, and is very proud of her two signed books and the photo she took of Elizabeth during the signing.
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I went to a book store today looking for a cross-stitch book (figure that might be a good thing to do in the evenings since winter is headed this way) and just had to stop by the sci-fi section, of course. And guess what I should find, but a hardcover copy of The Lesser Kindred! Yahoo, one down and two to go! The store sells new and used books so thought I might find something and I did!
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Becky: there's a 'writer' of embroidery books called Maccaffery (or some such variation of the spelling)!
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Thanks P'ter!! I'll have to see if I can find that person and see if the patterns are something that will strike my fancy.
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She's easy to find on ebay, Becky. One of her books is called A Show of Hands (so used to seeing it on searches for Anne).
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I don't know who of you want to take the credit , but I've just ordered all three of Lanen's books from amazon.de. A total price of 20 euros, only 1 was in stock, but they should get here in no more than 3 weeks.

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Let's blame it on Elizabeth herself this time
After all, you met her in Copenhagen and did your fruitbat act for her

Indeed, Nef, I wasn't there, but I've got the movie
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Old Oct 22 2007, 05:30 PM   #38
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Nef, thank you! Um - I'm not at all sure what Hans is referring to , as I only remember you being really interesting and very kindly acting as translator for all us useless non-Danish speakers and finding a great place for lunch!

Thanks so much for buying my books, I hope to goodness you enjoy them!

And well done Becky - yayyy, you get to meet Salera and... oops, best not spoil things!
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Hello Lanen - just so you know - Salera is one of my very favourite people, and I can't wait to read more about her!
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I actually went and bought The Lesser Kindred and Redeeming the Lost tonite, in paperback. So I've all three to read and will find the other two in hardcover at some point. Can't wait to read the two and finish the series (so far.....can't wait for the fourth!)
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