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23. | Aug 23, 2013
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24. | Aug 23, 2013
Sad to hear about NEXT, and my heart goes out to those authors.Yvonnelindsay, just a guess here (based on my own eeenripxce as a Bombshell author who found herself out on her butt a year ago) but they'll most likely set a definite end date and revert rights back to any authors who've got pub dates set after that date. Some might find homes with other lines, but NEXT was unique enough that it's not likely you could turn one into an Intrigue or a Blaze or a . . . well, you get the idea.Kristin, I'm sure if you've got any NEXT authors in your stable, you'll do a fantastic job making sure they land on their feet. Good luck to everyone!Tawna
25. | Aug 19, 2013
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