The All Souls Trilogy began with A Discovery of Witches (2011). The second volume, Shadow of Night, was released in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand on 10 July 2012.
I don’t know when book #3 is going to be out. My US publisher sets the release date for the US and then other dates will be set around the world. I actually don’t have much to do with it, except for one big thing of course: I must finish the book before Viking can design, edit, otherwise produce it AND set the release date. Guess what: I’m not finished. Creativity is not a linear process. It requires inspiration. It doesn’t adhere to schedules. It foils your best-laid, most reasonable, geometrically perfect plans. It doesn’t necessarily thrive in solitude or a boot-camp environment, so the advice to “drop everything and write constantly for the next 2 months” isn’t exactly useful. I know exactly what happens in book #3, so you don’t have to worry about that but the devil is always in the details. New people crop up unexpectedly–and you want them to because so far those unexpected characters include Gallowglass and Hamish. My muse habitually ignores me when I have loads of free time on my schedule, and pesters me incessantly when I’m busy. So when on my way to Canada for the International Festival of Authors, I wrote five pages in the airport in about one hour. One week earlier, when I was at home with acres of blank space in my calendar, I rewrote a single chapter (in its entirety!) three times and am still not satisfied with it. So you are going to have to be patient. I know many readers want the book YESTERDAY. Trust me, I will tell you when I have more information to share. When details about the final volume in the trilogy are available, including the title and release date, they will be announced here.
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