Recluce Tales

First off, Recluce Tales will be available in audiobook format from Tantor Media. Because story collections don’t always sell as well as novels, even collections with almost entirely new material like Recluce Tales, I wasn’t certain whether it would appear in audiobook… but it will.

Second, I’ve been working with Tor and for some “advance” goodies and tidbits that will hopefully tantalize readers in the months before Recluce Tales is published on January 3rd. I’m not about to reveal those yet, and you won’t see them until sometime this fall… but they are coming.

8 thoughts on “Recluce Tales”

  1. Cam L says:

    Awesome news! Always looking forward to new stories from Recluce!

  2. Kyle Sieverkropp says:

    Mr modesitt,

    I have been a huge fan of your writing since I was in middle school, I even wrote a few reviews about a few of your books while I was getting my masters degree. I was wondering when you will be continuing the spell song series, and what idea you have for the next saga of recluce book? Will it be a continued story moving forward from the heritage of cyador? As always I am a huge fan of your writing and your books. Thank you so much for creating such amazing stories in all of your novels and series’s.

    I look forward to reading your next book.

    Thank you,


    1. The next Recluce book isThe Mongrel Mage, which begins in Gallos some 240 years after Heritage of Cyador. It will be released in late October.

  3. Charles Milne says:

    We got a glimpse of Alyiakal in Recluce Tales. Any chance of getting the full story?

    1. That’s always possible, but, if so, it won’t be for a long time.

  4. Charles Milne says:

    Thank You. Based on the historical references and Recluce Tales it would be a story worth waiting for.

  5. William Patrick Sparling says:

    Hi, I have greatly enjoyed the Recluce series (and imager) but am frustrated that there is little about the rational colonisation effort and the events that followed. Will you be doing a “prehistory”?

    1. At this point, I don’t plan any more “prehistory” than exists in Recluce Tales.

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