Discworld Diary 2017

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Molokov

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Sep 29, 2011
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Ahh, Amazon getting ahead of themselves again.

Yes, the Emporium will be working on a 2017 diary, but considering the 2016 one isn't out for several months, I don't think the theme for 2017 has yet been announced...
 

=Tamar

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RathDarkblade said:
Is this usual for Amazon (i.e. to get ahead of themselves)? ;)
All too often. They've been known to announce a publication date before the publisher had set one.
 
Jul 27, 2008
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Revised date for the diary, Gollancz (13 Oct. 2016) :laugh:
Sir Terry Pratchett left us, far too early, in March 2015. To celebrate his life and works, we've given over the 2017 Discworld Diary - which will be a perennial diary - to remembrances and tributes from some of those who knew and loved him and his extraordinary body of work. Contributors include Terry Pratchett's literary agent Colin Smythe, co-author of the Long Earth books Stephen Baxter, famed bookseller Rog Peyton, and many more.

With an introduction from his daughter Rhianna Pratchett and an afterword from longtime friend and colleague Rob Wilkins.
 
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Anonymous

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#8
This is in my must-read list already !
 

Tonyblack

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Jul 25, 2008
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#10
samuellee said:
Who is Wee Dug said:
October the 13th. release date :laugh:
photo is not found :(
This problem was from Photobucket suddenly decided to change all their systems and make the existing photos on the site incomparable with most other places.
 

RathDarkblade

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#11
Um, incomparable? Tony, I presume you mean incompatible? :)

(I'm sorry. *blush* I am a proof-reader... but still, sorry).
 

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