Outside Twilight

Maria Snyder unveiled the cover for her upcoming novel, Outside In, the follow up to Inside Out in her latest newsletter.   For more cover goodness, check out: Babbling About Books, All Things Urban Fantasy, Paperback Dolls, SciFi Guy, Lurv a la Mode and Tez Says.

Ilona Andrews has posted a fabulous snippet from Magic Slays.

Diana Gabaldon has posted an excerpt from an upcoming short story titled Terror Daemonium (or possibly The Space Between).  This story does take place after An Echo in the Bone, so be wary of spoilers.

Interviews:

Rachel Vincent has posted a territory map for her Shifters series.  Ever wondered what the South Central Pride looked like?  Now you can see.

Jennifer Estep has posted the blurb for the fourth Elemental Assassin novel, Tangled Threads.  Since it could be could be spoiler for those of us who haven’t read past Web of Lies yet, I won’t repost it.

Karen Mahoney has fabulous news…her novels, The Iron Witch and The Wood Queen, have both sold UK rights to Random House Childrens Books.

Jackie U is talking about those first novels that Popped Our Paranormal Cherry over at Bitten by Books in the latest edition of Off the Fang.

I totally can’t believe I missed this. Anne Bishop has another Black Jewels novel coming out.  This time, Twilight’s Dawn, will feature four novellas featuring our favorite characters.  Twilight’s Dawn is set to be released March 2011.

Winsol Gifts
Daemon, the Black Jeweled Warlord Prince of Dhemlan, is settling into his first year of married life with his Witch Queen Jaenelle. But as the thirteen-day celebration of Winsol draws near, Daemon finds himself being pulled in too many directions as he plays host to his formidable family…

Shades of Honor
Still recovering from the ordeal that left her wounded and angry, Surreal returns to Ebon Rih on the orders of Prince Lucivar. And when her former lover Falonar ruthlessly challenges the rule of her family, Surreal may finally succumb to the darkness burning inside her…

Family
When someone lays a vicious trap for Queen Sylvia and her sons, the fallout completely disrupts the lives of the ruling family of Dhemlan. Now, they have to uncover the identity of the warlord known only as No Face, before he returns to finish what he started…

The High Lord’s Daughter
After losing the two most important people in his life, Daemon has assumed his father Saetan’s role as High Lord of Hell and built a wall around his heart. But when he inadvertently forges a new connection, will it be enough to break him free from his loveless life?

The latest short story being featured by Fifty-Two Stories is The Loveliest Children by Kathleen Foster.

I know I am not the only Outlander junkie out there, so check this out – it’s being turned into a musical!  Diana announced it awhile ago, but now there’s a website with cast and music info.

Jess Haines is looking for book bloggers to review the second Others novel, Taken by the Others, which is due out in January 2011.

Something I missed out on this time around is the fabulous tradition of quotes over at the Frost Forum.  If you’re not familiar with Jeaniene Frost’s forum, a few members always seems to get their hands on an ARC of the latest release and teaser snippets are always posted a month or so leading up to a release.  Jeaniene has a few favorites posted and now I want to read Eternal Kiss of Darkness even more.

Contests:
SciFiGuy is giving away a copy of Julie Kagawa’s The Iron King.  Contest ends Aug. 3rd.

Moira Rogers is giving away a few signed books by Ann Aguirre.  Contest ends at some point in the future.

All Things Urban Fantasy is giving away 5 copies of Trent Jamieson’s Death Most Definite.  Contest ends July 29th.

Marta Acosta is giving away two copies of Happy Hour at Casa Dracula.  Contest ends July 29th.

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I am a 30-something SAHM with two adorable boys and a supportive husband who is very tolerant of my reading addiction. I love to read and easily go through about a dozen books a month – well I did before I had kids. Now, not so much. After my first son was born, I began to take my hobby of reviewing a little more serious and started Literary Escapism to help with my sanity. I love to discuss the fabulous novels I’ve read and meeting all the wonderful people in the book blogging community has been amazing.

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