Date: 2016-04-28 01:34 am (UTC)
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The Platonic ideal of a book production schedule is twelve months from delivery to publication, but like most ideal things, it is rarely seen. If the author is famous and the book is eagerly-awaited, it can be much shorter: I believe one of the Harry Potter books was published six weeks after Rowling turned it in. If the author is *cough* less famous, it can take longer: Crown of Vengeance sat on its editor's desk for over a year before the mechanism of reading and editing and publishing it began.

So while I don't *know*, I will guess that it won't be out earlier than this fall, or later than next fall. When I have more information, I will post it here.
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