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  1. Is the author going to publish the latest work as a single book?
  2. Let the meltdown commence! (Looks at Soylent) Neil Jones @neiljonesgoal Liverpool are ready to give Roberto Firmino a new contract, and Klopp has hinted that the "incredibly valuable" James Milner may extend
  3. Stephen Colbert to Produce ‘Chronicles of Amber’ TV Series Adaptation https://variety.com/2023/tv/news/stephen-colbert-chronicles-of-amber-tv-series-adaptation-1235492097/
  4. The Faithless by C. L. Clark - (March 7, 2023) https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/c-l-clark/the-faithless/9780316542838/ House of Odysseus by Claire North - Aug 22, 2023 https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/claire-north/house-of-odysseus/9780316444002/ Machine Vendetta by Alastair Reynolds - September 5, 2023 https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/alastair-reynolds/machine-vendetta/9780316462853/ 30 SFF Titles to Look Forward to in 2023 https://www.tor.com/2023/01/18/30-sff-titles-to-look-forward-to-in-2023/
  5. Money League Top 20 teams: - https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/uk/Images/inline_images/Campaign/press-releases/deloitte-uk-deloitte-football-money-league-2023.png https://www2.deloitte.com/uk/en/pages/press-releases/articles/manchester-city-heads-deloitte-s-football-money-league-for-the-second-year-running.html Liverpool was the biggest mover in this year’s edition of the Money League, rising four places (from seventh to third) to achieve its highest-ever position. The Reds have overtaken Manchester United in the rankings for the first time, on the back of a run to the UEFA Champions League Final 2022 which generated additional broadcast revenue. Liverpool was also only one of five clubs to report over €100m in matchday revenue, which was the first time the club had done so, as fans returned to football stadia.
  6. First Look images and further casting announced for upcoming BBC/Paramount Plus Drama The Gold The BBC has revealed first-look images for The Gold, its upcoming heist drama based on the true story of the infamous Brink’s Mat robbery. https://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/2023/the-gold-first-look-pictures On the 26th November 1983, six armed men broke into the Brink’s-Mat security depot near London’s Heathrow Airport, and inadvertently stumbled across gold bullion worth £26m. What started as ‘a typical Old Kent Road armed robbery’ according to detectives at the time, became a seminal event in British criminal history, remarkable not only for the scale of the theft – at the time the biggest in global history – but for its wider legacy. The disposal of the bullion caused the birth of large-scale international money laundering, provided the dirty money that helped fuel the London Docklands property boom, united blue and white collar criminals and left controversy and murder in its wake. Inspired by extensive research and interviews with some of those involved in the events, The Gold is a pulsating dramatization which takes a journey into a 1980s world awash with cheap money and loosened morals to tell this extraordinary and epic story for the first time in its entirety. The Gold stars Hugh Bonneville alongside Jack Lowden, Dominic Cooper, Charlotte Spencer, Tom Cullen, Emun Elliott, Sean Harris, Ellora Torchia and Stefanie Martini.
  7. We obviously didn't get the memo I had forgotten what a clean sheet was
  8. And a lot of tv episodes as well! 15 seasons i think. Have watched most of them, really enjoyable. https://www.amazon.com/Detective-Montalbano/dp/B017T732TW
  9. Darwin most likely out of the Brighton game, Joyce and Bascombe reporting that he missed multiple training sessions. So Salah up top with Gapko? We're fucked .
  10. Rachel Aaron aka Rachel Bach has a new book out in Feb. Cover reveal:
  11. Can someone explain the legal jargon in this interview?
  12. Just checked and pre-order is available on both Amazon US and UK stores.
  13. Forthcoming historical novels for 2023: https://www.historiamag.com/historical-books-to-look-out-for-in-2023/ https://historicalnovelsociety.org/forthcoming-historical-novels-for-2023/
  14. Unknown publication dates: The Winds of Winter by George R. R. Martin The Doors of Stone by Patrick Rothfuss The Thorn of Emberlain by Scott Lynch Endlords by J. V. Jones January Hell Bent (Alex Stern #2) by Leigh Bardugo | Jan 10, 2023 (Flatiron Books/Gollancz) Lost in the Moment and Found (Wayward Children #8) by Seanan McGuire | Jan 10, 2023 (Tor) Tress of the Emerald Sea (Book 1 of 4: Secret Projects) | by Brandon Sanderson | January 10 The Keeper's Six by Kate Elliott | Jan 17, 2023 (Tor) Mr. Breakfast By Jonathan Carroll | Jan 17, 2023 (Melville House) Village in the Sky (Alex Benedict #9) by Jack McDevitt | Jan 31, 2023 (Saga Press) February Wild Massive by Scotto Moore | Feb 7, 2023 (Tor) The Spite House: A Novel by Johnny Compton | Feb 7, 2023 (Tor Nightfire) Hopeland by Ian McDonald | Feb 14, 2023 (Tor) The Tyranny of Faith (Empire of the Wolf #2) by Richard Swan – February 14, 2023 (Orbit) The Endless Song By (Tales of the Forever Sea #2) by Joshua Phillip Johnson – February 14, 2023 (DAW) The Shadow Casket (The Darkwater Legacy #2) by Chris Wooding - Feb 16, 2023 (Gollancz) A Day of Fallen Night by Samantha Shannon – February 28 (Bloomsbury) The Crane Husband by Kelly Barnhill | Feb 28, 2023 (Tor) March Dead Country (The Craft Wars #1) by Max Gladstone | Mar 7, 2023 (Tor) Piñata: A Novel by Leopoldo Gout | Mar 14, 2023 (Tor Nightfire) Beyond the Reach of Earth (Lightspeed #2) by Ken MacLeod | Mar 21, 2023 (Orbit) April A Woman of the Sword by Anna Smith Spark | Apr 4, 2023 (Luna Press) The Basilisk Throne by Greg Keyes | Apr 4, 2023 (Titan Books) Engines of Chaos (Age of Uprising #2) by R. S. Ford | Apr 4, 2023 (Orbit) The Way Home by Peter S. Beagle | Apr 6, 2023 (Gollancz) The Frugal Wizard's Handbook for Surviving Medieval England Book 2 of 4: Secret Projects by Brandon Sanderson | April 11 (Tor ebook) Untethered Sky by Fonda Lee | Apr 11, 2023 (Tor) Master of the Fallen (The Silent Gods #3) by Justin Call | Apr 13, 2023 (Gollancz) Furious Heaven (The Sun Chronicles #2) by Kate Elliott | Apr 18, 2023 (Tor) For the First Time, Again (Take Them to the Stars, 3) by Sylvain Neuvel | Apr 18, 2023 (Tor) The Warden by Daniel M. Ford | Apr 18, 2023 (Tor) Tsalmoth (Vlad Taltos #16) by Steven Brust | Apr 25, 2023 (Tor) Night Angel Nemesis (The Kylar Chronicles #1) by Brent Weeks | Apr 25, 2023 (Orbit) Herald of the Black Moon (Dominion Trilogy #3) by Stephen Deas | Apr 25, 2023 (Angry Robot) May Lords of Uncreation (Final Architecture #3) by Adrian Tchaikovsky | May 2, 2023 (Orbit) The Ferryman: A Novel by Justin Cronin | May 2, 2023 (Ballantine Books) In an Orchard Grown from Ash (The Wind-up Garden duology #2)by Rory Power | May 2, 2023 (Del Rey) The Sword Defiant (Lands of the Firstborn #1) by Gareth Hanrahan | May 2, 2023 (Orbit) Spring's Arcana (The Dead God's Heart #1) by Lilith Saintcrow | May 2, 2023 (Tor) The Salt Grows Heavy by Cassandra Khaw | May 2, 2023 (Tor Nightfire) The Book That Wouldn't Burn (The Library Trilogy #1) by Mark Lawrence | May 9, 2023 (Ace) March's End by Daniel Polansky | May 9, 2023 (Angry Robot) Scarlet (The Scarlet Revolution #1) by Genevieve Cogman | May 11, 2023 (Tor) Season of Skulls (Laundry Files, 13) by Charles Stross | May 16, 2023 (Tor) The Will of the Many (Hierarchy #1) by James Islington – May 23, 2023 (Saga Press) Airside by Christopher Priest - May 25, 2023 (Gollancz) Witch King by Martha Wells | May 30, 2023 (Tor) June Translation State (Imperial Radch standalone) by Ann Leckie | June 6, 2023 (Orbit) The Woods of Arcady (The Sanctuary of the White Friars #2) by Michael Moorcock | June 6, 2023 (Tor) Gods of the Wyrdwood by RJ Barker | June 27, 2023 (Orbit) July Yumi and the Nightmare Painter (Book 3 of 4: Secret Projects) | by Brandon Sanderson | July 11, 2023 (TOR ebook) The Saint of Bright Doors by Vajra Chandrasekera | Jul 11, 2023 (Tor) The Traitor (The Covenant of Steel #3) by Anthony Ryan | Jul 11, 2023 (Orbit) The Judas Blossom (The Nightingale and the Falcon #1) by Stephen Aryan | July 11, 2023 (Angry Robot) Blade of Dream (Kithamar #2) by Daniel Abraham – July 18, 2023 (Orbit) Light Bringer: A Red Rising Novel by Pierce Brown – July 25, 2023 (Del Rey) August Cassiel's Servant (Kushiel's Legacy #4) by Jacqueline Carey | Aug 1, 2023 (Tor) Inanna: The Sumerians (The Sumerians trilogy #1) by Emily H. Wilson | Aug 1, 2023 (Titan Books) Wild Spaces by S. L. Coney | Aug 1, 2023 (Tor) Looking Glass Sound by Catriona Ward | Aug 8, 2023 (Tor Nightfire) Knight's Wyrd by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald | Aug 22, 2023 (Tor) He Who Drowned the World (The Radiant Emperor Book 2) by Shelley Parker-Chan | Aug 24, 2023 (Tor) September Small Change: The Complete Trilogy: Farthing, Ha'penny, Half a Crown by Jo Walton | Sep 5, 2023 (Tor) Starter Villain by John Scalzi | Sep 19, 2023 (Tor) October The Doors of Midnight (Tales of Tremaine Book 2) by R.R. Virdi | Oct 3, 2023 (Tor) Exordia by Seth Dickinson | Oct 17, 2023 (Tor) Traitor of Redwinter (The Redwinter Chronicles, 2) by Ed McDonald | Oct 24, 2023 (Tor) Starling House by Alix E. Harrow | Oct 31, 2023 (Tor) The Wolfe At The Door by Gene Wolfe | Oct 31, 2023 (Tor) December All The Hidden Paths (The Tithenai Chronicles Book 2) by Foz Meadows | Dec 5, 2023 (Tor)
  15. https://thekillingtimestv.wordpress.com/2023/01/05/vera-season-11-and-12-itv-confirms-transmission-date/ two episodes from series 11 and four episodes from series 12, making up a new, six-episode run. Vera (Series 11 and 12): Sunday 15th January, 8pm, ITV
  16. Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Negga for Presumed Innocent https://deadline.com/2023/01/ruth-negga-jake-gyllenhaal-presumed-innocent-apple-tv-series-david-e-kelley-amp-j-j-abrams-1235212102/
  17. Glass Onion creator’s new crime series Poker Face drops first trailer Glass Onion creator Rhian Johnson has a new crime series coming. Poker Face stars Russian Doll’s brilliant Natasha Lyonne as Charlie, someone who has an uncanny ability to spot when people are telling lies. She uses this ‘preternatural ability’ to solve crimes. These include a mysterious murder involving a host of characters, including Lil Rel Howery as a town sheriff who insists there was no foul play. The guest list for the 10-episode series is a long one: Adrien Brody, Angel Desai, Audrey Corsa, Benjamin Bratt, Brandon Michael Hall, Charles Melton, Chelsea Frei, Cherry Jones, Chloë Sevigny, Clea DuVall, Colton Ryan, Danielle MacDonald, Dascha Polanco, David Castañeda, Ellen Barkin, Hong Chau, Jasmine Aiyana Garvin, Jameela Jamil, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Judith Light, Leslie Silva, Luis Guzmán, Megan Suri, Niall Cunningham, Nicholas Cirillo, Nick Nolte, Reed Birney, Rhea Perlman, Ron Perlman, Rowan Blanchard, S. Epatha Merkerson, Shane Paul McGhie, Simon Helberg, Stephanie Hsu, Tim Blake Nelson and Tim Meadows. The series premieres on Peacock in the US on 26th Janaury.
  18. Yes Jurgen , keep telling us we don't have "monopoly" money instead of buying a fucking midfielder. No fan is asking to spend 100 million in Jan. But surely you can get a decent one for 40-50 mill? Imagine if Thiago or Fab get injured and we haven't bought one. There are still so many games to play.
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