Cedar Sanderson

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I hate writing bios, even though I love to write. If you're that interested, read my blog, where I natter on at length on writing, publishing, research, and life in general.

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Cedar Sanderson Hi, Alfred. I am sorry it took me so long to see this question. Dragon Noir has been released in ebook, print version is lagging on this release.

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Hi, Alfred. I am sorry it took me so long to see this question. Dragon Noir has been released in ebook, print version is lagging on this release.

Yes, I do plan to tell Dierdre and Spot's story, as they wind up on a quest to Africa in search of an ancient tome for the library. Peter Grant suggested the locale and has been feeding me research bits - I think he liked the kittens, too! I've been asked what happened to Mannan Mac'Lir's daughter, this book will answer that, too. Current writing schedule is to begin this in Winter 2015, with probable publication in Spring 2016. Those are tentative dates, I have senior-level college and math classes that I suspect will eat my brain that winter. (less)
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