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Jhoebryn
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Posted - 25 Apr 2006 :  03:22:04  Show Profile  Visit Jhoebryn's Homepage Send Jhoebryn a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic
I have compiled a list of upcoming releases for the Forgotten Realms including release dates where available (based on Amazon.com and wizards.com). I will try to maintain this list as more information is made available on new novels coming out.

((If you notice anything in this list that needs to be updated, please PM me and I will fix it immediately))

2007 Releases:

Sacrifice of the Widow by Lisa Smedman
The Lady Penitent Trilogy, Book I
Paperback - Released February 2007 - available now

The Depths of Madness by Erik Scott de Bie
The Dungeons, Book 1
Paperback - Released March 2007 - available now

Unclean by Richard Lee Byers
The Haunted Land, Book I
Paperback - Released April 2007 - available now

The Gossamer Plain by Thomas M. Reid
The Empryean Odyssey, Book I
Paperback - Released May 2007 - available now

The Best of the Realms III: The Stories of Elaine Cunningham
Anthology
Paperback - Released May 2007 - available now

Scream of Stone by Philip Athans
The Watercourse Trilogy, Book III
Paperback - Released June 2007 - available now

The Howling Delve by Jaleigh Johnson
The Dungeons, Book 3
Paperback - Released July 2007 - available now

Swords of Dragonfire by Ed Greenwood
The Knights of Myth Drannor, Book II
Hardcover - Released August 2007 - available now

Shadowstorm by Paul S. Kemp
The Twilight War, Book II
Paperback - Released September 2007 - available now

Storm of the Dead by Lisa Smedman
The Lady Penitent Trilogy, Book II
Paperback - Released September 2007 - available now

The Orc King by R.A. Salvatore
Transitions, Book I
Hardcover - Released September 2007 - available now

Stardeep by Bruce Cordell
The Dungeons, Book 3
Paperback - Released October 2007 - available now

Crypt of the Moaning Diamond by Rosemary Jones
The Dungeons, Book 4
Paperback - Released November 2007 - available now

Neversfall by Ed Gentry
The Citadels
Paperback - Released November 2007 - available now

The Annotated Elminster by Ed Greenwood
Omnibus
Hardcover - Released November 2007 - available now

2008 Releases:

Realms of War
Anthology
Paperback - Released January 2008 - available now

Undead by Richard Lee Byers
The Haunted Land, Book II
Paperback - Released March 2008 - available now

Obsidian Ridge by Jess Lebow
The Citadels
Paperback - Released April 2008 - available now

The Shield of Weeping Ghosts by James P. Davis
The Citadels
Paperback - Released May, 2008 - available now

Swordmage: Blade of the Moonsea by Richard Baker
Blades of the Moonsea, Book I
Hardcover - Released May, 2008 - available now

Ascendancy of the Last by Lisa Smedman
The Lady Penitent Trilogy, Book III
Paperback - Released June, 2008 - available now

Sentinelspire by Mark Sehestedt
The Citadels
Paperback - Released July, 2008 - available now

Blackstaff Tower by Steven Schend
Ed Greenwood Presents Waterdeep
Paperback - Released September, 2008 - available now

Mistshore by Jaleigh Johnson
Ed Greenwood Presents Waterdeep
Paperback - Released September, 2008 - available now

The Pirate King by R. A. Salvatore
Transitions, Book II
Hardcover - Release Date: October 2008

The Sword Never Sleeps by Ed Greenwood
Knights of Myth Drannor
Paperback - Release Date: November, 2008

The Fractured Sky by Thomas M. Reid
The Empryean Odyssey, Book II
Paperback - Release Date: November 2008

Shadowrealm by Paul S. Kemp
The Twilight War, Book III
Paperback - Release Date: December 2, 2008

Other Upcoming Releases:

Reclamation by Elaine Cunningham
Songs and Swords, Book 6
Hardcover - Release Date: 2009?

Unholy by Richard Lee Byers
The Haunted Land, Book III
Paperback - Release Date: 2009

The Crystal Mountain by Thomas M. Reid
The Empryean Odyssey, Book III
Paperback - Release Date: 2009

The Ghost King by R. A. Salvatore
Transitions, Book III
Hardcover - Release Date: October 2009

Realms of The Dead
Anthology
Paperback - Release Date: 2010

Thanks to Lord Rad for his list in this thread, http://www.candlekeep.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=5030, and for the work done on Tethtoril's Bookshelf on the main Candlekeep site, as this listing includes information found in both of those sources.

Edited by - Jhoebryn on 01 Sep 2008 17:37:50

Hoondatha
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Posted - 25 Apr 2006 :  03:29:24  Show Profile  Visit Hoondatha's Homepage Send Hoondatha a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Realms of the Elves has been out since February?! My bookstore still hasn't gotten it. Sigh. It's a sad time to be a geek in Ann Arbor...

[wanders off muttering and looking up internet bookstores]

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George Krashos
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Posted - 25 Apr 2006 :  06:57:10  Show Profile Send George Krashos a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Wow, you live in Ann Arbor? So does Eric Boyd.

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Steven Schend
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Posted - 25 Apr 2006 :  13:02:05  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Hoondatha

Realms of the Elves has been out since February?! My bookstore still hasn't gotten it. Sigh. It's a sad time to be a geek in Ann Arbor...

[wanders off muttering and looking up internet bookstores]



And Ann Arbor has scads of bookstores, if I'm rightly told. Dunno why you've had no luck. As it is, I've only been there once to visit Eric and his lovely wife, so my experience with the town's bookshops is limited.

I'm hoping to get there some time this summer and set up a book signing for Blackstaff. Any chance you'd know who I should talk to about that?

SES
who begs to differ on the list and notes that his contract named BLACKSTAFF as Wizards Book One

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Jhoebryn
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Posted - 25 Apr 2006 :  13:20:43  Show Profile  Visit Jhoebryn's Homepage Send Jhoebryn a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

who begs to differ on the list and notes that his contract named BLACKSTAFF as Wizards Book One



I shall take that as an official source and modify the list accordingly...
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Dhomal
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Posted - 25 Apr 2006 :  17:07:38  Show Profile  Visit Dhomal's Homepage Send Dhomal a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by George Krashos

Wow, you live in Ann Arbor? So does Eric Boyd.

-- George Krashos




Hello-

Heh - and I've been to Ann Arbor a few times. Also seems odd that you can't find the book there at all... do you prefer one bookstore over all others? That might explain why you have not been able to find it....

And on that note - I'll have to remember that in case I get to travel back to Ann Arbor in the future - would not mind buying dinner for Mr. Boyd!

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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 25 Apr 2006 :  17:10:41  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

I'm hoping to get there some time this summer and set up a book signing for Blackstaff. Any chance you'd know who I should talk to about that?


Any chance you'll be signing books down in my neck of the woods?

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Hoondatha
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Posted - 25 Apr 2006 :  22:50:43  Show Profile  Visit Hoondatha's Homepage Send Hoondatha a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Ann Arbor has a bunch of used book stores, more than any other place I've ever seen before, actually, but is somewhat light on the new book stores that don't carry textbooks. That and I've had a severe cash shortage (it's called a grad student budget, unfortunately), and I've not been looking very hard. It's still depressing, since that's a book I've been wanting.

And on the other note, wow, I had no idea that such a luminary graced the town. Oh, and if you do show up, Steven, I'll be there. Never been to a book signing in my life, but for you guys, I'll make an exception.

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BlackAce
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Pants. I'm still hunting down some of last years!

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Steven Schend
Forgotten Realms Designer & Author

USA
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Posted - 30 Apr 2006 :  23:12:01  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

I'm hoping to get there some time this summer and set up a book signing for Blackstaff. Any chance you'd know who I should talk to about that?


Any chance you'll be signing books down in my neck of the woods?



If'n I could remember which woods and which neck you're in, I'd be able to tell you, my woolen pal.

I'm figuring on trying to set up as many book signings as I can get away with in July/August in SE Wisconsin, central to southern Michigan, and parts among them as I can. I'll keep folks posted as possible via my folder.

SES

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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 01 May 2006 :  01:51:10  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

I'm hoping to get there some time this summer and set up a book signing for Blackstaff. Any chance you'd know who I should talk to about that?


Any chance you'll be signing books down in my neck of the woods?



If'n I could remember which woods and which neck you're in, I'd be able to tell you, my woolen pal.

I'm figuring on trying to set up as many book signings as I can get away with in July/August in SE Wisconsin, central to southern Michigan, and parts among them as I can. I'll keep folks posted as possible via my folder.

SES



The east coast of central Florida. 'Tis pretty far from Wisconsin, I'm afraid. But I know you want to come to sunny Florida!

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KnightErrantJR
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I am SO ready for May 9th right now . . .

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Jhoebryn
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Posted - 09 May 2006 :  01:59:09  Show Profile  Visit Jhoebryn's Homepage Send Jhoebryn a Private Message  Reply with Quote
...then why wait - my Barnes and Noble has both "The Ruin" and "City of Splendors (PB)" on the shelves now - May 8th (on my way to get them)...
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KnightErrantJR
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D'oh . . . stupid, stupid, stupid conference at work . . . every day last week I checked for The Ruin, just in case . . . now I'm too tied up to do anything about it.

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Shadovar
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quote:
Originally posted by Jhoebryn

...then why wait - my Barnes and Noble has both "The Ruin" and "City of Splendors (PB)" on the shelves now - May 8th (on my way to get them)...



The bad news is that Amazon.com and some product websites won't deliver such books to certain countries, so be wary about purchasing from Amazon.com.

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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 09 May 2006 :  03:19:49  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Jhoebryn

...then why wait - my Barnes and Noble has both "The Ruin" and "City of Splendors (PB)" on the shelves now - May 8th (on my way to get them)...



My Barnes & Noble had the latter, but not the former...

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Hoondatha
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Posted - 09 May 2006 :  04:55:51  Show Profile  Visit Hoondatha's Homepage Send Hoondatha a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hmm. Sounds like it's time to head to the bookstores again. Good thing I finally got paid...

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Jhoebryn
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Posted - 10 May 2006 :  16:38:39  Show Profile  Visit Jhoebryn's Homepage Send Jhoebryn a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Did anyone have problems with the binding quality on "The Ruin"? In every copy at my local B&N, the front cover opened all the way and very freely, as if they didn't get the glue along the spine of the book under the cover. The first few pages feel as if they will pull away from the spine very easily. I also noticed that all of the copies of Thieves of Blood - another Wizards novel (Eberron) - were the same way. Did anyone else notice this?
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quote:
Originally posted by Jhoebryn

Did anyone have problems with the binding quality on "The Ruin"? In every copy at my local B&N, the front cover opened all the way and very freely, as if they didn't get the glue along the spine of the book under the cover. The first few pages feel as if they will pull away from the spine very easily. I also noticed that all of the copies of Thieves of Blood - another Wizards novel (Eberron) - were the same way. Did anyone else notice this?



Well met

Indeed, my copy is the same. It does have a slight fragile feel to it for the first few pages, but i'm sure it will hold up fine

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Hoondatha
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Hmm. I know I saw a copy at my local Borders, but I didn't pick it up. I'll try to wander by there later today and give you all a conservation-student's opinion.

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Darth KTrava
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quote:
Originally posted by Jhoebryn

...then why wait - my Barnes and Noble has both "The Ruin" and "City of Splendors (PB)" on the shelves now - May 8th (on my way to get them)...



I picked up my copy of The Ruin earlier today at Borders. Didn't have enough spare cash to get City of Splendors as I got the PHB II.

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Darth KTrava
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quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

quote:
Originally posted by Jhoebryn

Did anyone have problems with the binding quality on "The Ruin"? In every copy at my local B&N, the front cover opened all the way and very freely, as if they didn't get the glue along the spine of the book under the cover. The first few pages feel as if they will pull away from the spine very easily. I also noticed that all of the copies of Thieves of Blood - another Wizards novel (Eberron) - were the same way. Did anyone else notice this?



Well met

Indeed, my copy is the same. It does have a slight fragile feel to it for the first few pages, but i'm sure it will hold up fine



Mine seems a bit fragile in the front as well. Hope WOTC's not being a cheapskate with their book quality.

Evil will be dealt with swiftly as it is my duty to remove such evil from my presence.
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Lord Rad
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quote:
Originally posted by Jhoebryn

Did anyone have problems with the binding quality on "The Ruin"? In every copy at my local B&N, the front cover opened all the way and very freely, as if they didn't get the glue along the spine of the book under the cover. The first few pages feel as if they will pull away from the spine very easily. I also noticed that all of the copies of Thieves of Blood - another Wizards novel (Eberron) - were the same way. Did anyone else notice this?



Mine has that freely-open feel to it, but i don't think it's a problem and doubt the pages will come detached.

Lord Rad

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Hoondatha
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Posted - 13 May 2006 :  02:23:33  Show Profile  Visit Hoondatha's Homepage Send Hoondatha a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well, I can't comment, unfortunately. Both of my Borders' two copies were fully glued. Let's hope this means that whatever problem they had in their initial run has been solved.

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Update 2006 Releases:

Dark Vision by Bruce R. Cordell
The Wizards - Book 3
Paperback – Release Date Sept. 12th
ISBN- 0786940174

Frostfell by Mark Sehestedt
The Wizards - Book 4
Paperback - Release Date Dec. 12th
ISBN- 0786942452

2006 Sept-Dec WOTC Product Guide handed out at ALA Conference

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Wooly Rupert
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Hmmm... Books drop on Tuesdays, just like CDs and DVDs...

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