Spotlight on Kresley Cole

There hasn’t been much word from Kresley Cole lately, but today she sent your her newsletter with not only an updated (tentative) release schedule, but a bit of info on her next novella. Day Zero, which will be released this summer, will be a story set in the Arcana Chronicles word, and it will focus on not only new arcana, but tell the story of how some previous characters survived the flash. There is a draft of the cover to take a peek at, too…

day zero

The release schedule is shaping up like this…

THE PLAYER – The Game Maker Series, April 12
DAY ZERO – An Arcana Chronicles Novella, Summer
BLOOD RED KISS – Anthology with Gena Showalter and Larissa Ione, Sept 20
ARCANA CHRONICLES BOOK 4 – Fall 2016 (Title TBA)
SHADOW’S SEDUCTION – A Dacians/Immortals After Dark Novella, Feb 2017
IAD #17 – March 2017 (Title TBA)
While I am very happy to get back to the Dacians, I have to admit that I am a bit disappointed that it will be in the form of a novella. It has been quite a while since the first book, so I was pretty sure that we had a full novel coming. But I guess we take what we can get, right?
So, which of these are you most looking forward to?
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2 thoughts on “Spotlight on Kresley Cole

  1. Lidy says:

    No IAD this year? :O Well, technically, we’re getting one, but since pretty much everyone who reads the IAD series has read The Warlord Wants Forever, I don’t really count it, updated version or not.

    It’s very odd she’s having two books released back-to-back (Feb./Mar.), even if one of them is a novella. After the little update we had about Kosmina in Sweet Ruin, I kind of expect it to be her story.

    It’s very sad that she chose to skip such a long time in the series. I was re-reading Conrad’s book and Mariketa said Nïx arranged for another couple to get together during the fight.

    • kaleigha says:

      Sadly, I think I am getting used to long waits between books now. It seems like it used to be a six-month window between stories, which for many crawled to a year, and now it seems like a year and a half isn’t unusual.

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