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There are going to be . . .

. . . not one, but two new Sword-Dancer books! I am, quite simply, wild with delight. In Ms. Roberson's words:
If you have been waiting patiently for the last two Karavans novels, I do apologize. But Tiger and Del are calling to me. Loudly. It's time to answer them.
That right there, my friends, is music to my ears. I ♥ Tiger & Del in rather a big way.

Then she went and topped the good news off by stating that she's also planning on writing two to three more historicals in the vein of her wonderful Robin Hood retellings Lady of the Forest and Lady of Sherwood. Bust out the party hats! I can hardly wait.

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  1. LOL I read the first line of this in my google reader and for a second I thought you were going to announce two babies!

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  2. Reeeally. Well. Now I have a reason to hurry through the rest of the series so I can be ready for these bad boys.

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  3. Cool!! I devoured the Tiger and Del books when they were re-released a few years ago. Can't wait!

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  4. That is fantastic news! The entire Sword Dancer series is on my keeper shelf. I love them. I recently finished Lady of the Glen and thought it was a great book just like Lady of the Forest and Lady of Sherwood. I'm only sorry it took me so long to get around to reading it.

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