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NEWS | Jim C. Hines Sells New Series to DAW

Publisher's Marketplace is reporting that Jim Hines best known for the funny Fantasy series Jig the Goblin, has sold two books in a new series to DAW. Libriomancer will be the first in the series, in which the pages of books are a source of magic and now the magic is starting to go awry as a result of the flood of paranormal literature. The second book is currently titled Enforcer. Libriomancer is tentatively set for publication in 2012 and Enforcer in 2014. My first thought is this could be a humorous take on Spellwright. More as it develops.

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redhead said...

Hines' Stepsister Scheme series didn't do much for me, but the concept for this one sounds hilarious. . . and slightly mocking. ;)

Mad Hatter Review said...

I to wasn't as keen on the Princess books. I liked them, but never enjoyed them as much as the Jig book. The Princess books did show more maturity as a writer for Hines. I hoping he finds a good middle ground between his past series to make his new one funny yet touching.