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October 16 News October 16, 2011

Posted by rhoagenda in Rho Agenda Updates.

Hi folks.  I have a bit of good news.  The publishing house has agreed to all the things my agency (Janklow & Nesbit) considered show stoppers.  Now we’re only waiting on the revised contract.  As soon as we get that and I sign it, I’ll let you know.  After that, their editor will want to edit each of the novels.  As soon as I approve the edit, then we should see everything come out under the new imprint.  That includes Wormhole.  Thank you again for your patience.  I’m sure my literary hero, Dean Koontz, could have accomplished all this much more quickly … but probably not before he was … Dean Koontz.


1. Kristian Köhntopp - October 17, 2011

Hello, I am one of your Amazon Kindle customers, buying through amazon.de (Germany). Will “Wormhole” also be available on Kindle again?

I really liked the first two parts, which I bought on Kindle, and would like to continue reading on that device.

rhoagenda - October 17, 2011

Hi Kristian. Wormhole will definitely be available on the kindle as well as in other ebook formats. I’m hoping that the publisher will release it in eBook formats without waiting for the paperback printing cycle. That’s the plan anyway.

Kristian Köhntopp - October 18, 2011

Thanks, that is great news. I am standing by with the mouse pointer hovering over the ‘buy’ button!

2. Dishwater (@Dishwater) - October 17, 2011

I am seeing massive Christmas sales. I think the physical book sales will surprise people.

3. Whit Crowley - October 18, 2011

I was heartened to hear your comment about Kindle availability. I loved your two previous novels which I found because of my love for my Kindle. I have anxiously awaited ‘Wormhole.’ I am glad to hear that you have not forgotten the venue that gave you such a boost.

4. R Brower - October 19, 2011

With the process finally in place, I hope your next books (after Wormhole) will be appearing more quickly. I also hope the Kindle price doesn’t jump exponentially like it seems to with other books once a publisher gets involved.

5. Tom A Freeman - October 22, 2011

Dont get greedy, just sign and publish!

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