[DWJ] How weird is this?

Dorian E. Gray israfel at eircom.net
Mon Jan 15 14:19:50 EST 2007

Minnow said...
>>There seem to be some more books, at least according to the ISFDB and
>>The Wizard's Dilemma (2001)
>>A Wizard Alone (2002)
>>Wizard's Holiday (2005)
>>Wizards at War (2005)
> I'd guess that these are alternative titles; Diane takes ages to write the
> books we really want her to, because she has to earn a living as well as
> doing stuff she enjoys, and I suspect someone might have told me if there
> were a whole four new ones I hadn't got including two in one year, which
> would be unheard-of.  Those titles would fit four that I have, the ones
> between SYWTBAW and OHMWS.

I guess someone failed in their duty to tell you.  Those really are four 
whole new ones you haven't got.  I have "A Wizard Alone" (but not the 
others; bah).

That being the case, you might also be unaware that Diane has recently made 
the first book of the "Raetian Tales", "A Wind from the South" available for 
free download - I grabbed it recently and it's rather good.  The founding of 
Switzerland with lots of folktales really happening and a very cool version 
of Artemis.  I know your computer doesn't like the Internet, but if you want 
I can send it to you.

Until the sky falls on our heads...

Dorian E. Gray
israfel at eircom.net

"I will not trust you, I,
Nor longer stay in your curst company.
Your hands than mine are quicker for a fray;
My legs are longer though to run away."
-Wm. Shakespeare, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" 

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