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John Jarrold’s Corner: Rod Rees’ Novels going to Russia

07 Oct

Hey guys and girls, great news from John Jarrold!

PRESS RELEASE – RUSSIAN DEAL FOR ROD REES SF TITLES

Flora McMichael of Quercus’ rights department has sold Russian rights to the first two volumes of Rod Rees’ highly anticipated DEMI-MONDE series to Ripol in a good deal.

All four books in the series were acquired by Quercus – who will publish the first volume, THE DEMI-MONDE: WINTER in January 2011 – from agent John Jarrold.

Rod commented: ‘This is really very exciting. My wife Nelli is Russian, I lived in Moscow for eight years in the 1990s and our two children were born there so the Rees family has a very strong Russian connection. I suppose that’s why there’s always a flavouring of Russia in all my books and why I’ve made one of the lead characters in The Demi-Monde, Vanka Maykov, Russian. It’s an understatement to say I’m delighted to be joining the Ripol family of authors.


Great news for Rod and Russia! 🙂 I know I’m looking forward to this one, too. 🙂

Be EPIC!

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Posted by on October 7, 2010 in Announcements, John Jarrold's Corner

 

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2 responses to “John Jarrold’s Corner: Rod Rees’ Novels going to Russia

  1. Dr_Gadson

    October 8, 2010 at 9:33 am

    Interesting =) Espessially that Ripol ulually don’t publish fantastic books. What are the books supposed to be about? =)

     

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