Kim Harrison has posted the second chapter to the ninth Hollows novel, Pale Demon, which is due to hit shelves February 22nd. You can read the first chapter here. And if you’re really curious, you could always read my review of Pale Demon. I’ve heard that chapter three will be posted on the 18th.
- Andrea Cremer, author of Nightshade – Book Chick City
- Brenna Yovanoff, author of The Replacement – Book Chick City
- Carolyn Jewel, author of My Immortal Assassin – Odd Shots
- Chloe Neill, author of Hexbound – Bitten by Books
- Deborah Harkness, author of A Discovery of Witches – Love Vampires
- Diana Francis Pharaoh, author of Crimson Wind – Urban Fantasy Investigations and the Novel Road
- Jess Haines, author of Taken By The Others – All Things Urban Fantasy and Babbling About Books
- Kevin James Breaux, author of Soul Born – From the Shadows
- Linda Robertson, author of Arcane Circle – Bitten by Books
- Marie Treanor, author of Blood on Silk – Dirty Sexy Books and SciFiGuy
- Michele Hauf, author of Seducing the Vampire – Vampire Wire
- Nancy Holzner, author of Hellforged – Sara’s Urban Fantasy Blog, Bitten by Books, SciFi Fan Letter,
- Nicole Peeler, author of Tempest’s Legacy – The Qwillery
- Preger Entertainment, the company with rights to the Vampire Academy series – Shadowkissed.com
- Riley Blackthorne, from Jana Oliver’s The Demon Trapper’s Daughter – Paperback Dolls
- Syrie James, author of Nocturne – Bitten by Books and Suburban Vampire
- Tom Olbert, author of Unholy Alliance – Suburban Vampire
- Tracey O’Hara, author of Death’s Sweet Embrace – Borders True Romance
There have been some fabulous covers popping up, especially for a few new steampunk novels coming out. For all the new covers, I’ve added them to the FB album.
I cannot be the only one who thinks this is freaky. io9 is reporting of the world’s biggest Twilight back tattoo. Seriously, this thing is huge and it’s still not done. Pattinson shows up three times, Stewart twice and Launter only once – for now.
Mark Henry has some fantastic news. His Amanda Feral will soon be inked by the Dabel Brothers. Road Trip of the Living Dead will be turned into a graphic novel by the same people who are doing Laurell K. Hamilton and Patricia Briggs’ series. There’s not an anticipated release date yet, as they are on the search for artists. However, it will be happening. Yea!
There’s been a few additions to the New Releases page. All of these have been added to the New Releases page. For those interested, a printable version of the current New Releases page is still available. As always, if there is a novel missing from my list, then please add it here.
02/08/11: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
02/15/11: The Desert of Souls by Howard Jones
03/11/11: A Hundred Words for Hate by Thomas Sniegoski (Remy Chandler #4)
03/29/11: The Shadow Guard by Diane Whiteside
05/02/11: The Perilous Prophecy of Guard and Goddess by Leanna Renee Hieber
05/24/11: The Falling Machine by Andrew Mayer (Society of Steam #1)
05/31/11: Blood of the Wicked by Karina Cooper
06/02/11: City of the Snakes by Darren Shan
06/14/11: Passion by Lauren Kate (Fallen #3)
06/21/11: Embraced by Blood by Laurie London
07/01/11: In the Heat of the Bite by Lydia Dare
07/20/11: The Charmer by Laurell K Hamilton (Circus of the Damned #1)
07/20/11: The Ingenue by Laurell K Hamilton (Circus of the Damned #2)
08/01/11: Eye of the Tempest by Nicole Peeler (Jane True #4)
08/02/11: The Wild Side – an anthology featuring Tanya Huff, Caitlin Kittredge, Toni L.P. Kelner, Dana Cameron, Sarah A. Hoyt, John Lambshead, Diana Rowland
09/01/11: Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
09/27/11: Darkness Unbound by Keri Arthur (Dark Angel #1)
The Hugo Awards are coming up and I guess a way to get on the ballot is by doing some blogging promotion. I guess I must’ve missed past years posts, and most of this years, but Jim C Hines has a great rundown of who is trying to get on this years ballot. Seriously, check it out just for the post even if you’re unfamiliar with the Hugos. Although, I didn’t see Carrie Vaughn‘s post mentioned anywhere. For those who are curious:
The Hugo Award is the leading award for excellence in the field of science fiction and fantasy. The Hugos are awarded each year by the World Science Fiction Society, at the World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon).
The Awards themselves are presented in a public ceremony which is always one of the highlights of the Worldcon, and we expect Renovation to be no different. The Renovation ceremony will take place on Saturday, August 20, 2011 in the Tuscany Ballroom at the Peppermill Hotel.
The official web site of the Hugo Awards can be found at www.thehugoawards.org. This site includes a full history of the Hugo Awards, nominees and winners, information on the voting process, a photo gallery of past trophy designs, and much more
Carolyn Crane is giving away two books to two readers (Winners Choice). Contest ends January 11th.
St. Martin is giving away a lunchdate with PC & Kristin Cast. Contest ends January 29th. More details below:
To celebrate today’s new book trailer and the release of ‘Awakened‘, P.C and Kristin Cast’s latest novel in the House of Night series, St. Martin’s Press is offering a fantastic once in a lifetime chance for a fan and their guest to fly to Tulsa to tour the sites from the books and have lunch with the authors!
The lucky winner will receive a 3-day, 2-night trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma for two people which includes airfare, hotel accommodations, a tour of Tulsa and lunch on Saturday, April 30th, 2011 at the Chalkboard Restaurant with the authors. In order to enter the promo, they must answer three questions about the series.