Catching up with topic now. I have one to post, though if I've posted this before, forgive me.
A few years ago, in 2008, my BF lent me a book called Into The Land Of Unicorns by Bruce Coville. It's a kids book, but we like reading them, they tend to be lighter and funner than a lot of books out there. See also: We're still Wild Mass Guessing over the Riordan-verse, and the next book.
When I read it, he told me not to get too involved, the author gave up after this book. So I read it, and did my own personal research for curiosity, and as far as we could tell, nope, author didn't do anymore and focused on other series, and we were sadder for it.
Now, fast forward to the end of last year. I, for fun and frolic, look the book up on Wikipedia. Not only does the book have a sequel all of a sudden, its an entire series that was completed, and some of the sequels were published way before 2008. One was even 1998, if I remember.
To double check, I start a nice casual chat with BF over Google. I ask him about the series, and he eventually ends up searching for it on his own. Just as shocked as I was, since, where we're both concerned, we last know it for having no other books.
Really, what part of reality turned on its head? Someone care to try and clear this one up?
Please don't think I'm nuts...