I'm still trying to find ways to find copies of the unpublished manuscripts of Baroness#9: "A Black Hole to Die In" and Baroness#10:"Death is a Copycat", both written by Donald Moffitt,(who wrote Baroness 1-8 under the house name "Paul Kenyon"). He mentioned in his letter to me last year that "there's no chance of anyone ever reading them ...my carbon copies are buried somewhere in my attic." Book Creations might or might not have the copies of the manuscripts, he added. At least he hinted that copies exist "buried somewhere in his attic" (in Maine). If only someone could convince him to unearth those manuscripts... I tried to, but I haven't heard from him since. Or contact BCI (in New York) and convince them to release it.
Is this too much to aim for? Someone might have a better luck than me.
--- In TheBaroness@yahoogroups.com, "haldeman2068" <haldeman2068@...> wrote:
> It's been months since anyone has posted a message
> about The Baroness and in a sense that's understandable.
> Almost everything that can be said about her has been
> discussed. However there are a few topics that can brought
> up. The three books that were unreleased is a good place to
> start. Donald Moffitt could provide a summary of the books
> which would make a very interesting discussion regarding
> the series. Also fan fiction is a good way to continue
> the adventures of the Baroness(I have a few ideas myself
> but if anyone else out there has fan fiction about The
> Baroness let us know). I've noticed we've had at least a
> half dozen new members added since the last post in December.
> I'm sure they too have a few good ideas.