I didn’t realize it had been so long since I last updated the Author Website listing. As such, I’ll be working on that this week and will have a new one posted soon after. If I’m missing anyone, please don’t hesitate to add them.
These are only a few of the fabulous covers that have been popping up lately. For all the new covers, I’ve added them to the FB album for your viewing pleasure.
- Erica Hayes, author of Blood Cursed – Rowena Cory Daniells
- Glen Duncan, author of The Last Werewolf – Suvudu
- Jennifer Estep, author of Touch of Frost – Tote Bags n’ Blogs, A Good Addictions, ReaderGirls, Vampire Wire, SciFiGuy
- Jim Butcher, author Ghost Story – Suvudu
- JR Ward, author of Lover Unleashed – Love Vampires
- Justin Gustainis, author of Sympathy for the Devil – Sara’s Urban Fantasy Blog
- Kelley Armstrong, author of Spell Bound – Kobo
- Kelly Meding, author of Another Kind of Dead – Urban Fantasy Investigations, Suvudu
- Kevin Hearne, author of Hammered – Le Grande Codex
- Melissa de la Cruz, author of Witches of East End – Dark Faerie Tales
- Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Wise Man’s Fear – Jim Butcher, Suvudu
I spent the day at Sherrilyn Kenyon’s signing in Ann Arbor and found out some fabulous news. Not only has her Chronicles of Nick series been optioned for film, but it won’t just be one film. Oh no, they are working multiple films. Plus the Dark-Hunters are going to be coming to television as a series and it will be done by the same company that produced the Lord of the Rings trilogy. While the show hasn’t been pitched anywhere yet, it is already in development and the search for a screenwriter is underway. However, don’t fear the show – Sherrilyn is already signed on as a producer! As I was leaving the signing last night, I also found out something else – the Were-Hunters are also coming to television, but this time as an anime cartoon.
It looks like Ann Aguirre has gotten a complete overhaul done on her website. The graphics aer great, but I’m wondering where all the extras disappeared to. For instance, the March POV story she had for her Sirantha Jax world.
Jeaniene Frost has a title for her first Night Prince novel. We’ll get to meet Vlad’s new lady, Leila, in Once Burned. I’m wondering if the Prince series will have the same naming convention as the Huntress novels – ie every book will have grave in it. If it will, does that mean the word will be “burn”?
NPR has posted their Top 100 SF/F Novels and check out who made the list: Neil Gaiman (3x), RA Salvatore, Jacqueline Carey, Gregory Maguire, Diana Gabaldon and Robin McKinley.
Tor/Forge is giving away a copy of Terry Goodkind’s The Omen Machine and a complete set of the Sword of Truth novels – ends September 6th. If you like this prize pack, Tor/Forge also has the Mistborn Prize Pack Sweepstakes (Ends 9/6) and Vernor Vinge Prize Pack Sweepstakes (Ends 9/6) going on as well.