Date: 2017-05-19 06:46 pm (UTC)
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I believe a huge part of that publishing spree was that all the three novels were already (or nearly so) written when Jim Baen bought Shards of Honor.

Checking the timeline, per the Bujold's afterword in the Cordelia's Honor omnibus, we get the following:

In the late summer of '85, about the time I was finishing Ethan of Athos, Warrior's made it in over the transom at Baen Books, and I was abruptly elevated from slush-pile wannabe to real author with three completed books sold. The re-titled Shards of Honor was published in June of 1986


So I think we get circa one year of lead time for Baen just as they were starting up, and didn't have many authors to work with yet.
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