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  • Orbit's $1 eBook for March is by Empress Karen Miller. [via Jeff Somers]

    March 2009

  • There are background things that go on sometimes that stall a writer from outputting, but I actually pitched The Gaslight Dogs back in 2007 and the process took however long it took to write, and then was subject to Orbit's publishing schedule.

    April 2010

  • Orbit's $1 eBook for March is by Empress Karen Miller. [via Jeff Somers]

    SF Tidbits for 3/1/09

  • It shows that Orbit's been at least partly successful at reaching out to the potential buyers, but talking from my perspective only, I hate what they've done with it.

    In the Limelight - Simmons, Kearney and Abercrombie

  • There are background things that go on sometimes that stall a writer from outputting, but I actually pitched The Gaslight Dogs back in 2007 and the process took however long it took to write, and then was subject to Orbit's publishing schedule.

    INTERVIEW: Karin Lowachee

  • Orbit's edition of Witches Inc has gone back to reprint.

    Protest the lifting of Parallel Import Restrictions

  • I've perused Orbit's US titles scheduled for Fall/Winter 2008 - thanks for the link John - and I must say that I really like the covers of Brent Weeks '"The Night Angel Trilogy"; all three books will be released in rapid succession (from September till November) in mass market paperback editions.

    Eye Candy Covers pt.VII

  • Of Halting State's US vs UK packaging he says, speaking first of the US approach, that "... it's a fine enough sci-fi cover, but there's still a part of me that wonders if Orbit's approach might not more accurately reflect the novel's near-future setting and ironic humor."

    Keep on Judging Those Books

  • Of Halting State's US vs UK packaging he says, speaking first of the US approach, that "... it's a fine enough sci-fi cover, but there's still a part of me that wonders if Orbit's approach might not more accurately reflect the novel's near-future setting and ironic humor."

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • I've perused Orbit's US titles scheduled for Fall/Winter 2008 - thanks for the link John - and I must say that I really like the covers of Brent Weeks '"The Night Angel Trilogy"; all three books will be released in rapid succession (from September till November) in mass market paperback editions.

    Archive 2008-07-01

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