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By: Seven Questions for Author Cheryl Pierson | Tom Rizzo

Tue, 29 Jan 2013 07:31:38 +0000

[...] that a history buff will either love or hate. One of my very favorite alternate history writers is Eric Flint. The first book I ever read by him was called 1812: The Rivers of War. He uses characters we know [...]

By: Alex

Wed, 12 Mar 2008 01:51:47 +0000

Eric just posted (in Baen's Bar) his publication schedule for the next 12 months, and it isn't in there. It is, however, in the queue somewhere - he's on contract with Baen for the next book.

By: David

Wed, 12 Mar 2008 00:43:27 +0000

I have read both 1812 and 1824 and find them very pleasing. I do hope another in the series is in the works and if so could you give an approxamate release date and maybe a title?

By: david bonnet

Mon, 10 Mar 2008 03:10:42 +0000

when is the third of the rivers of war due out. as a avid flint reader, when is the bohemia 1632 sequel due.

By: Sandy

Mon, 28 Jan 2008 02:53:24 +0000

I have been a fan of Baen books for many years, initially in hardcover and paperback, but due to injury now solely in digital format. I now own the most of the their titles and yours, in the science fiction and alternate history genres, in digital format. I am not a fan of fantasy, so I have only a few in that genre. Anyway my reason for this comment is that I have just finished 1824. 1812 was excellent book, but 1824 was even better. I sincerely hope that you will continue this story in the very, very near future. As much as I have enjoyed the 1632 series by Baen Publishing, your alternate history in 1812 and 1824 is even better. So please, as soon as possible, release a continuation of this story. Thanks for all your excellent novels in the past, and hopefully still to come.

By: Alex

Mon, 07 Jan 2008 20:02:57 +0000

Yes, the series is going to be continued, but under the Baen imprint - basically, Del Rey didn't exercise their option in time, so it got shopped elsewhere and Toni snapped it right up. -- Another loyal minion.

By: John Jones

Mon, 07 Jan 2008 11:05:49 +0000

I really enjoyed 1812 and 1824. Will there be an 1836 coming out soon? I figure the next part of the saga would deal with Texas and Mexico, perhaps featuring a younger Robert E. Lee. Anyway, I love the hell out of this series and hope to read more of it soon.

By: Yona

Mon, 05 Mar 2007 17:12:15 +0000

Osiyo, Eric! I've just finished your "1812: The Rivers of War". I really enjoyed it! I'm a Cherokee language instructor, and you may be interested to know that "Tiana" is a variant of an archaic word for the red wolf. Today's it's still used as a proper name, with variants including Teyana and Tayani. All the best, Yona

By: David

Wed, 20 Dec 2006 13:34:49 +0000

Hi Eric. What's ideas have you for the next volume of the Trail of Glory series? What Year will you be starting with, etc? David Walters