Holy cow, is this not the most amazing cover ever! Seriously Nalini Singh must have bribed the right gods or something because the cover for Archangels’ Kiss is simply phenomenal. Nalini Singh posted it last night and I am not the only one who is going nuts over it. This is the second Guild Hunters novel and we have to wait until February 2010 before we can get our hands on it.
Today is another massive release day, so let’s see why you should be heading to the bookstore (I know I’ve already been there).
Dark Time by Dakota Banks (Mortal Path #1)
Speak of the Devil by Jenna Black (Morgan Kingsley #4)
After Dark by Nancy Collins (Vamps #3)
Skin Deep by Mark del Franco (Laura Blackstone #1)
Destined for an Early Grave by Jeaniene Frost (Night Huntress #4)
Dark Hunger by Rita Herron (Demonborn)
Dark Lover by Brenda Joyce (Masters of Time #5)
Demon Inside by Stacia Kane (Megan Chase #2)
Good Ghouls Do by Julie Kenner
The Fire King by Marjorie Liu (Dirk & Steele #9)
Leader of the Pack by Karen MacInerney (Tales of an Urban Werewolf #3)
Succubus On the Town by Richelle Mead (Georgina Kincaid #3)
Thorn Queen by Richelle Mead (Dark Swan #2)
Dark Warrior Unbroken by Alexis Morgan (Black Talons #2)
Obsession Untamed by Pamela Palmer (Feral Warriors)
Seducing the Moon by Sherrill Quinn
Redemption Alley by Lilith Saintcrow (Jill Kismet #3)
I didn’t get to ComicCon in San Diego (but the hubby recently suggested we go), but io9 has the rundown on the top 10 movies that were heard of the most. I’m not familiar with all the movies they discussed, but I’m going to learn more about the upcoming V. It has Firefly‘s Morena Baccarin and Alan Tudyk as past of the cast and that’s just beyond awesome.
Congratulations to Sharon Tancredi for having her cover work (Tempest Rising by Nicole Peeler) included in the prestigious Communication Arts Illustration Annual. Tancredi is also working on Nicole’s follow-up novel, Tracking the Tempest, and I hear it’s just as fabulous.
- Cherie Priest, author of Boneshaker, by Sesquicentennial Madness
- Stacia Kane, author of Demon Inside, by Bitten by Books
- Maria Snyder, author of Sea Glass, by Katie’s Book Blog
Exciting news for Kim Harrison fans. The Hollows are going graphic! Not only are the Hollows going graphic, but the stories will be told from Ivy’s point of view and Kisten will be in them!! That right there makes it even better news. I so miss Kisten. Harrison is working on the script right now with Del Ray, so while there isn’t a release date, I’m expecting it to be out by next summer. At least I hope it is.
Check out the anthology I came across. Spells of the City is a new collection of stories special magic that lurks in the heart of big cities. Anton Strout is contributing a story and this is what he had to say:
My story in it is a contemporary fantasy story called “Stannis”, a weepy little tale about a young girl in the city and the centuries old gargoyle sworn to watch over her family.
Spells of the City is edited by Jean Rabe & Martin Greenberg and will be released January 2010.