On Jun 29, 2012, at 10:57 PM, John wrote:
> Raymond Feist <raymond@...> writes
>> We've agreed in principle to a deal to put the Riftwar, Empire, Prince of the Blood, King's Buccaneer, and
Faerie Tale into ebook format with HarperCollins.
>> No details yet, so don't ask me when they're going to be available, OK? I will certainly post that info when
>> Best, R.E.F.
> Ray does this mean it may be a non US deal. I ask, as the paperbacks and hardcover's for those in the US were not
Harper Collins, or has it been proven the rights were never vended , or has Harper Collins bought another
massive publishing house :)
This is a world English language rights deal. It may be there will be only one version, say US English,
available in both markets, but that was what happened originally with Magician in print, when Granada
simply bought copies of plates for the UK edition--one British reviewer complained about the "American
spelling." Or they may localize from existing texts they already have.
I will let you know details when I have them.
Never attribute to malice what can satisfactorily be explained away by stupidity.