Books dropping in June, with links!

As you may or may not know, Bob, June is quite the month for Lee and Miller.

On June 1, Double Vision — 29 short works by Steve Miller, Sharon Lee, and Sharon Lee and Steve Miller — will publish.  This is an electronic edition (with some added editorial material) of SRM Publisher, Ltd’s 2009 trade paperback.

Double Vision is available for preorder now from All of the Usual Suspects.  On June 1, it will be available for download from those Same Vendors and also from


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Here’s a Universal Link, to preorder Double Vision, provided as a courtesy.

As if that weren’t enough good news for the beginning of any month, Ribbon Dance, by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller, the 26th novel in the Liaden Universe® (never mind what Amazon says; Amazon is Incredibly Confused about . . . something), sequel to Trader’s Leap!  publishes in hardcover and in ebook editions on June 4.

Here you have some Buying Decisions to make.  If you would like a signed copy of Ribbon Dance, you may order that from Uncle Hugo’s SF Bookstore, here and now.

If you prefer an unsigned hardcover, or an ebook, you may preorder from your favorite bookstore.  One June 4, will join the list of vendors from which the  Ribbon Dance ebook edition may be purchased.

I’m sorry not to be able to provide audiobook enthusiasts with any news of their preferred format.  We’ve been asking — by which I mean Madame the Agent has been asking — but we haven’t received an answer.  As soon as I know anything about an audio edition, be sure that I’ll shout it from the rooftops.

Looking ahead a bit, the Plan B mass market anniversary edition with the awesome new cover by Sam Kennedy will drop on September 24.  It, too, may be preordered from your favorite bookstore.

And that ends today’s segment of Shameless Self-Promotion.  Please feel free to share this widely.

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