Paranormal Romance has an excerpt of Michele Hauf’s The Reaper’s Heart, which releases soon.
Lynda Hilburn has posted an excerpt from her third Kismet Knight novel, Crimson Pysche, which releases soon.
- Brittany Geragotelis, author of Life’s A Witch – All Things Urban Fantasy
- Bryony Pearce, author of The Weight of Souls – All Things Urban Fantasy
- Cassie Alexander, author of Shapeshifted – All Things Urban Fantasy
- Cecy Robson, author of A Cursed Embrace – Dark Faerie Tales
- CJ Omololu, author of Intuition – All Things Urban Fantasy
- DB Jackson, author of Thieves’ Quarry – Diana Pharaoh Francis, All Things Urban Fantasy
- Diana Rowland, author of White Trash Zombie Apocalypse – All Things Urban Fantasy
- EC Ambrose, author of Elisha Barber – All Things Urban Fantasy
- Elizabeth Richards, author of Phoenix – Dark Faerie Tales
- Eve Silver, author of Rush – Dark Faerie Tales
- Heather Graham, author of The Night Is Watching – Paranormal Romance
- Ilona Andrews, author of Magic Rises – RT Reviews
- JA London, author of After Daybreak – Dark Faerie Tales
- Jess Haines, author of Forsaken By the Others – All Things Urban Fantasy
- Jus Accardo, author of Darker Days – All Things Urban Fantasy
- Karen Chance, author of Tempt the Stars – answers questions on her own blog
- Kim Harrison, author of Into the Woods – Searching for Superwomen
- Lou Morgan, author of Rebellion – Book Chick City
- Michael Underwood, author of Celebromancy – Dark Faerie Tales
- Renee Collins, author of Relic – All Things Urban Fantasy
- Sara Grant, author of Half Lives – Book Smugglers
- Sarah Beth Durst, author of Conjured – Dark Faerie Tales
- Sarah Gilman, author of Out in Blue – Dark Faerie Tales
- Shaunta Grimes, author of Viral Nation – Dark Faerie Tales
- Shona Husk, author of Outcast Prince – All Things Urban Fantasy, Book Chick City
- Susannah Sandlin, author of Storm Force – Team Tynga’s Reviews
- Suzanne Johnson, author of Elysian Fields – Dark Faerie Tales
- Talia Vance, author of Gold – Dark Faerie Tales
- Tara Fuller, author of Blurred – All Things Urban Fantasy
- Tara Hudson, author of Elegy – Dark Faerie Tales
- Veronica Wolff, author of The Watchers – All Things Urban Fantasy
Kelly Meding has posted the cover and blurb for her fifth Dreg City novel, Requiem for the Dead, which will release September 16, 2013.
She’s died twice while protecting her city…and she’d do it again to save the people she loves.
After a deadly, artificial infection forces the vampire Families into a self-imposed isolation, the city’s protective Watchtower forces are depleted by one third, leaving humans and shifters to shoulder the burden. Human enforcer Evangeline Stone is determined to find a way to help her vampire allies, but she already has her hands full—investigating an escalating series of goblin attacks, dealing with her half-werewolf lover, locating three missing werewolf teenagers, and learning to trust her non-human coworkers.
When a potential cure for the vampires’ infection is given to her by an unlikely source, it’s just as quickly stolen—collateral damage in a power play within the were-cat Clan that leaves one human ally dead and another horribly injured. With Wyatt Truman still adjusting to his new life as a half-werewolf, Phineas missing in action, and her shifter allies crippled by internal anarchy, Evy has to rely on her own strength and instincts to steal back the cure, stop a murderer, and to save the Watchtower before it’s destroyed from the inside out.
io9 has a look at all the upcoming movies that are based (even loosly) on science fiction/fantasy novels. There’s a lot more than I thought there was.
Nalini Singh has announced the hero for her thirteen Psy-Changeling novel! OMG…not only are we going back to a Psy hero, but we’re going to see Vasic get his own girl! That actually makes me excited. In even more Psy-Changeling news, Singh will also be contributing to an anthology next year with a new DarkRiver story.
Jim C. Hines is doing a local tour for the release of Codex Born, due out on august 6th. If you’re going to be in Michigan (or Indianapolis) or are close enough to drive, you’ll be able to fine Hines at the Lansing Schuler Books (along with Mary Robinette Kowal) on July 26th and August 6th, at Kazoo Books on August 10th and at Gencon in Indianapolis, Indiana August 15-18.
There are always fabulous covers popping up and I simply can’t post them all, so here’s a select few that have caught my eye. To see them all, head over to facebook, where I’ve added them to the July album for your viewing pleasure (I’ll be adding a ton more tomorrow night or later tonight since I’m writing this after midnight). Don’t forget to check out the new covers that came out in April and May.
The eBook Humble Bundle is back and this time you can get these four great novels – Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother, Cherie Priest’s Boneshaker, Robert Charles Wilson’s Spin, and Lois McMaster Bujold’s Shards of Honor – for any price you want. If you’re up to paying a little more, you can also get Peter S. Beagle’s The Last Unicorn and Wil Wheaton’s Just a Geek. The Humble Bundle is only good for another 3 days, so if you want in on this great deal, go click now!
For even more cheap eBook news, the StoryBundle is currently set with a science fiction focus and includes Kevin J. Anderson’s Hopscotch, Michael A. Stackpole’s In Hero Years…I’m Dead, Mike Resnick’s Santiago, Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s The Disappeared, David Farland’s On My Way to Paradise, and B. V. Larson’s Swarm. Just like with the Humble Bundle, pay up a little more and you can also get Frank Herbert’s High-Opp and Gregory Benford’s Stars in Shroud. The StoryBundle deal ends in 10 days.