Can confirm. Is true.
Can confirm. Is true.
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Alcon owns that license, but I think it would be cool too.
At this point, Alcon Entertainment owns the rights to the tabletop game, but if they make it (or get someone else to), we'll be happy to consult and advise (and tell y'all about it).
SPOILER: There's an extra book tacked on the end of the ebook. Don't be surprised.
Holden was actually pretty visible in the search for Mei and then taking Avasarala on board. And Melba's. . . . well, she ain't quite right.
When we started, I'd published a lot more books than Ty, and we didn't want to have it look like one of those "established guy has newbie do all the work" kinds of partnerships.
I can't write with music. It catches my attention, and I'm already pretty much a squirrel that way. Also my taste in music is terrible.
The trick with Holden is that he's a *series* protagonist. We can't take him through his whole process in just one book. Who he is by the end may be someone you have more respect for.
There are tools that will do that, but we're trying not to have any specific dates in the books that would throw you out of the narrative.
Right now we're under contract for nine books.
Caliban in The Tempest was the half-human slave who rebelled against being controlled, like the supersoldier. Abaddon is an angel and a place of destruction, like the slow zone.
My middle name is James. Ty's middle name is Corey.
We wanted to make sure that religion still existed in the world, and the Mormons seemed like a good fit for who would be looking at how to make the *next* great pilgrimage into the wilderness.
Nope, we're pretty much taking the whole thing as lightly as we can.
I can make the argument, but those are choices that the publisher's ultimately got control over.