Let’s give a cheer, some books we’ve been waiting for in paperback format are finally here! That’s right, the Pack of Dawn and Destiny trilogy is finally available in paperback!
A big thank you to Meg for making this happen! She formats the paperbacks and takes care of the reported errors (which is why we always wait a few months until after the first book releases before putting them in paperback) and does a lot of work to get my stories into a paperback format.
We’ll be working to get Pack of Dawn and Destiny made into audio books later this year, but it’s a pretty long process depending on the narrators, so they probably won’t be available until 2023.
But in even more fun news, the Robyn Hood books got new covers, an edit from a lovely Champion who I am sooo thankful for, and paperback versions, so for you loyal Champions who have been asking for them for so many years, they’re here!
Enjoy the new paperbacks, Champions! I’ll be waiting for mine for another week or so–they’re always slow with my author copies–but thank you for reading!
Yay! I love to read books in paperback so I’m really excited to read the Robyn Hood series in print.
Denise Loving says
I’d do them all! It’s something I expect to do within the next year.
Denise Loving says
I’m in Canada, and Amazon.ca shows that they aren’t currently available for purchase. I’ll try to let you know when they are available to me.
I would say read ALL of the series in order, because I read them as they released and was super happy when charactors from the other books made an appearance. But it could be just as fun to read them out of order. I will say that there is some information in the first two trilogies that kind of start to play out in the third.
That is a good point. Now that I’ve read all of them at least once, (usually more times than that 🙂 ) I might find more Easter Eggs in the first two trilogies that I missed before.
Already have them. The Robyn Hood books are lovely and it was fun rereading them when they came. Now I’ll have to do the same with the PoDaD books. The really big question is; do I reread just the PoDaD books or, do I make this my excuse to read all three Magiford series books so that I have the WHOLE story together? Any ideas champions?