Take a look at what I found on MaryJanice Davidson’s FB fanpage. The title for the next Queen Betsy novel, which will be Undead and Unfinished. I’ll be honest, I haven’t been checking her site since it doesn’t seem to be updated much (and I dislike the new trend in her covers), so I don’t know how long this has been about. What I can say though, this cover looks better than the previous two. Still not my favorite, but at least the model doesn’t look too much like a cheap plastic barbie. For those interested…the first chapter is even posted on her FB page. Undead and Unfinished will be out July 6, 2010.
The Galaxy Express has an amazing collection of 2010 Science Fiction Romance releases.
Correction…KELLY MEDING has announced where she’ll be at for her first author signing. If anyone is in the Newark, DE area, Kelly will be at the Barnes & Noble on January 9th, 2010 at 1:00pm.
- Chloe Neill, author of Firespell, by Trisha’s Book Blog (w/contest)
- Larissa Ione, author of Passion Unleashed, by Paranormal Haven (w/contest ending Jan 17th)
- Lucy Snyder, author of Spellbent, at the Deadline Dames (w/contest ending Jan. 8th)
- Kelly Meding, author of Three Days to Dead, at Amberkatze Book Blogs (w/contest ending Jan 10th)
- Annette McCleave, author of Drawn into Darkness, at Romace Dish
- Gail Dayton, author of Heart’s Blood, at Borders TrueRomance Blog (w/contest)
- Jill Myles, author of Gentlemen Prefer Succubi, by The Purple Patch
- Jill Myles, author of Gentlemen Prefer Succubi, at Dorothy Winsor
- Laura Anne Gilman, author of Blood from Stone, by Temple Library Reviews
- Lynda Hiburn, author of The Vampire Shrink, by Ask Wendy
Diana Gabaldon announced that she will be on tour in the UK this month to promote the UK release of An Echo in the Bone. She’s going to be there from January 14th through the 20th, so if you can get to London (or one of the other cities), make sure you look her up.
Surburban Vampire has updated her list of vampire movies that are coming out in the next year or two. You can really tell that the vampire craze has been caught by Hollywood just by the sheer number of films coming out.
All Things Urban Fantasy has unveiled the winners for her Urban Fantasy Cover Art Awards 2009.
ScifiGuy’s Weekend Report is up and it’s filled with fabulous news as always. I haven’t heard of Snowbooks before, but Doug has the blurbs for a few of their 2010 books and the covers are amazing. Definitely check it out.