Laurell K Hamilton is the guest author at the Center Stage this week. She’ll be answering questions while she’s there, so make sure you head over and she what she has to say.
The final installment of Jeri Smith-Ready’s Aspect of the Crow fantasy series will conclude on November 1st with the release of The Reawakened. Here’s an excerpt. The first two novels – Eyes of the Crow and Voice of Crow – are available via Amazon now.
Bitten by Books has Sapphire Phelan guest blogging today and she is taking about how a horror author can write the same scary stuff for dark paranormal romance. There’s a contest as well, so make sure you stop on by.
Rachel Vincent has posted another entry in her crazy summer giveaway. She still has 3 books to give to someone and you have until tomorrow night to get your name in the hat.
Bookfinder.com has compiled an interesting list. They looked at the top 10 books that are the most sought after, yet are out of print and they over a lot of different genres. Here are some of the authors on the list:
- Murmurs of Earth: The Voyager Interstellar Record by Carl Sagan (Popular Fiction & Technology #1)
- Mother Goose by Tasha Tudor (Children’s #5)
- The Roman Republic by Isaac Asimov (Children’s #9)
- Promise Me Tomorrow by Nora Roberts (Fiction & Literature #2)
- Get Lucky by Suzanne Brockman (Fiction & Literature #7)
- Ties That Bind by Lora Leigh (Fiction & Literature #8)
And here’s the list for Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Horror
- Rage by Stephen King (as Richard Bachman)
- Halloween by Curtis Richards
- Turnabout by Andy Mangels
- Second Sight by David Williams
- Masques by Patricia Briggs – although I heard a rumor they were going to be reprinting this series soon.
- Dark Carnival by Ray Bradbury
- She Is the Darkness by Glen Cook
- Codex Seraphinianus by Luigi Serafini
- Nightworld by F. Paul Wilson
- The Return by E.C. Tubb