I’m thrilled to sign on with M&S for novel #3

I’m very happy to announce that last week, my wonderful literary agent, Beverley Slopen, and I agreed to a publishing deal with McClelland & Stewart, under the Douglas Gibson Books imprint, for my third novel. I could not be more thrilled to be staying with M&S, the only publishing home I’ve ever known. I’m grateful to M&S Publisher, Doug Pepper, and my editor Doug Gibson for their faith in me as I write my as yet unnamed novel #3. If all goes well, it will be on book store shelves in September, 2012. Here’s the official announcement straight from M&S. Now back to my writing!

13 Responses to “I’m thrilled to sign on with M&S for novel #3”

  1. Great news, Terry. Congratulations!

  2. Fantastic!! Can’t wait to read it. Hurry up and write!!

    Eileen

  3. Shawn Cannon says:

    Has to be a great feeling. 🙂 Congratulations, Terry.

  4. Mary Baxter says:

    Great news Terry! Happy writing- can’t wait for a new story

  5. Mark Leslie says:

    Congrats, Terry – I can’t wait to read it. But I will wait; as patiently as possible. Because really, I don’t have much choice, do I? 🙂

  6. Bryan Person says:

    Terry: This is wonderful news, and well deserved. Congratulations!

  7. Jackie Lauer says:

    Great news! congratulations. Sept 2012 seems so far away but you’re worth the wait.

  8. Lisa MacColl says:

    Congratulations! Is it too soon to pre-order?

  9. That’s wonderful news, Terry! Congratulations!

  10. Great news Terry. I’ll look forward to autumn 2012. But what about autumn 2011? A year without Angus? What will we do with ourselves?

  11. Very cool, Terry — congrats!

    ~Graham

  12. Kate Jones says:

    Having spent the past week immersed in and loving The Best Laid Plans and The High Road, I don’t know how I am going to wait almost a year and a half for the next installment! Congratulations on the deal, and happy writing. I can’t wait to read the result!

  13. Congratulations again, Terry. This wonderful news has taken on even greater significance as a result of my research on Novel #3. I’ve been looking into Toronto in 1910 – 1915 and finding references to McLelland & Stewart books. Amazing to think M & S was publishing books then, and now. M & S is celebrating its centenary year (100 years). What a remarkable achievement given all the changes to the literary field, and how brilliant that your books are published by this historic company. Here’s a link to their 1912 catalogue: http://www.mcclelland.com/100years/images/catalogue1912inside.jpg

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