As luck would have it, the new world of publishing came along right about the point that Kris got the rights back to the Retrieval Artist books. And then a couple of years ago, Kris wrote this wonderful new Retrieval Artist novel called Anniversary Day. She told me at the time she thought it would be two or three books long, sort of sub-series inside the larger series.
She sold it to WMG Publishing and it was well-received and reviewed. Then she wrote book two called Blowback.
And that came out of WMG Publishing as well. But as she started the third book, she realized the story was massive and would take more books. And she had no idea how many because the story was so big. Here is where the impossible hits. In traditional publishing, she would have had a contract and a deadline for the next book. But she was now working with a publisher who was flexible and could move quickly in the new world. And the publisher wanted her to write what she wanted to write.
So for over one year, Kris wrote the next six books of the Anniversary Day Saga.
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No deadlines, no pressure. And as she worked, she also talked with WMG about how to deal with having six books come in at once. Thanks to many authors starting and not finishing series, or taking years to do so, readers have less and less patience these days for waiting. In old traditional publishing, I remember being angry at Farmer for taking so long for the new Riverworld book.
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Great story set in the Impossibles, one aspect of the Earth Alliance judicial system. I love these looks at other aspects of the Retrieval Artist Universe.
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