S.M. Stirling Message Board
posts on 7/7/2006 12:34:44 AM
Hi,Scott McGlasson. I think Mr. Stirling may have one more Draka book in mind. A sequel to DRAKON called UNTO US, A CHILD. About Gwen Ingolfsson's clone/sister. But I can't be sure. I hope Mr. Stirling see this and comments.
posts on 7/7/2006 12:21:35 AM
One thing that's always bugged me...why did they allow the losers of the world in? Soviets, South Africans, Nazis (if memory serves)? The most conflict-apt people in recent history and he sought them out to take over to the second Earth?
It's been a while since I've read it, so I may be forgetting something. Yes, a sequal in this universe would be great! I'm still holding out for more Draka...gotta have more Draka.
posts on 6/30/2006 4:23:10 PM
I'll probably be at World Fantasy in Austin, and will certainly be at our local convention in Albuquerque, BuboniCon.
posts on 6/30/2006 12:29:37 PM
Thanks, Mr Stirling. I will wait with much anticipation. Are you doing any conventions this year?
posts on 6/19/2006 11:47:02 AM
I have a question. Will there be a follow-on book to Conquistador?
Thanks, Don Vosgien
posts on 6/9/2006 8:42:27 AM
Can't wait for Meeting at Corvalli! When are the follow up books expected to be in print? Are there any plans or interest in doing a shared world kind of thing with other authors, much like was done by Eric Flint with the 1632 world? I would really like to see a book or series dealing with the new "Crusade" launched by the British to clear out the Moors.
Thanks for writing such fine books BTW.
posts on 6/8/2006 12:23:53 PM
in the Peshewar Lancers world? That world and the conquestador one are a natural match. Imagine one is trying to find a way back to the home timeline and discovers the demension of the Peshawer world. All kinds of possibilities.
posts on 6/7/2006 2:46:32 PM
E: if you meant the third in the "Dies" trilogy, "A Meeting At Corvallis" will be out on Sept. 7th. In fact, you can preorder at Amazon already... 8-).
posts on 6/7/2006 12:44:12 PM
I would like to know if the tird is due out any time soon?
posts on 6/1/2006 11:13:09 PM
I was wondering what the title is of the WW2 machinist manual mentioned in the Nantucket trilogy. I recall it being described as doing unconventional things in small machine shops. I'd dearly love to find it if it's a real manual.Thanks for the great reads by the way.
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