Thursday, February 26, 2009

Good News/Bad news


GOOD NEWS: Suzanne Collin's sequel to Hunger Games is due out September 2009.


BAD NEWS: The sequel to The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss has been postponed. It will not make it's April 2009 publication date.

MORE GOOD NEWS: My entry made it into the International Church Art Exhibit being held at the Conference Center, March 20th thru Oct. 11th.

9 comments:

Bayra said...
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Bayra said...

Congratulations on the Alma's Awakening! Good work! And I am also sad about the Name of the wind sequel. I was very much looking forward to it! I chose it for the book group that I attend for March hoping that the sequel will be released by April. Darn it! Love your work!

Bayra said...

I recently finished a trilogy called the Black Magician Trilogy and I loved them. They are by an Australian author Tridi Canavan. I think she has some more trilogies written. My Auzie friend Zoe referred them to me. I hope you get to read them and love them as I do!

Carrie said...

CONGRATS!!! That is so exciting! You and Anita both! WOW! And I'm trying to decide if I want to read Hunger Games now or wait until September so that I can read the two books in a row. Such decisions! LOL

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

Thank you Bayra and Carrie. I'm always looking for a good read. I will check those out, especially since every Australian author I've read, I have loved. John Flanagan, Sherryl Jordan, & Allison Croggon. I know what you mean Carrie. I just read The Magicians and Mrs. Quent and got to the last three pages and suddenly realized it wasn't going to conclude. Who knew it was a series and #2 won't be out until late this year?

Jennie Chan Moscatelli said...

Congrats to the art piece making the church exhibit!
Also, I'm looking forward to the sequel on Hunger Games! Thanks for the tip!

Jen

tlc illustration said...

Congrats on the church exhibit piece!

I still have Hunger Games on hold at the library (it has a *huge* queue). Am currently reading the "Books of Magic" graphic novels (originated by Neil Gaiman) and "Books of Faerie". Enjoying.

Anonymous said...

just wanted to say how awesome and original it is to have your dragon change with every season/month... This month's is really cool!!!!! :)

--from an adoring fan of your artwork.

--oh congrats on getting your entry in the exhibit!!!!

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

Thank you, Tara and Anon. I appreciate your comments.