Since Silent on the Moor is finished--and I mean REALLY finished; I won't see it again until I get my hands on a bound copy--I've been getting loads of requests for ARCs. And I am very sorry to say that I have none. In fact, I probably won't get one because the only ones I've gotten in the past are those I have stolen my from own booksignings! (The lovely and hardworking folks in my publisher's office are usually far too busy to wonder if I've gotten one, and I always forget to actually ASK. Totally my own fault there.)
The upshot of this is that if you want an ARC, I'm really not the girl who can help. (And you KNOW how I hate disappointing you.) I don't know as yet when they will be ready--although I have heard rumors about October. I also don't know precisely how many ARCs will be printed. (I do know they are the most expensive format. Astonishing, isn't it? It's because the print run is so small compared with a regular print run. The per unit price goes through the roof.) I can tell you that my publisher is compiling a list of reviewers who have requested ARCs as they get first dibs. If you are a reviewer and would like a place on the list, e-mail me for the contact info for the publisher.