May 21

The Fold – Peter Clines

About the Book STEP INTO THE FOLD. IT’S PERFECTLY SAFE. The folks in Mike Erikson’s small New England town would say he’s just your average, everyday guy. And that’s exactly how Mike likes it. Sure, the life he’s chosen isn’t much of a challenge to someone with his unique gifts, but he’s content with his …

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May 20

Guest Post | Peter Orullian on When Characters Rebel, or It’s All by Design

About the Author If you’re unfamiliar with Peter, you’ll find his creative endeavors come in two main thrusts: Writing and Music. Depending on the day, he’ll tell you one or the other is his favorite. Early on, a close third was athletics, baseball in particular. But somewhere along the line he became more a spectator …

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May 18

The Gospel of Loki – Joanne M. Harris

About the Book The first adult epic fantasy novel from multi-million copy bestselling author of Chocolat, Joanne Harris. The novel is a brilliant first-person narrative of the rise and fall of the Norse gods – retold from the point of view of the world’s ultimate trickster, Loki. It tells the story of Loki’s recruitment from the …

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May 15

Invisible 2

Today is the release day for Invisible 2, an ebook anthology edited by Jim C. Hines. The book costs $2.99 and all proceeds go to the charity Con or Bust. And, if anyone cares, you’ll find my name among the list of contributors to the anthology. You can read more about it here. In other …

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May 11

Knight’s Shadow – Sebastien de Castell

About the Book Tristia is a nation overcome by intrigue and corruption. The idealistic young King Paelis is dead and the Greatcoats – legendary travelling magistrates who brought justice to the Kingdom – have been branded as traitors. But just before his head was impaled on a spike, the King swore each of his hundred …

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May 06

The Voyage of the Basilisk – Marie Brennan

About the Book Devoted readers of Lady Trent’s earlier memoirs, A Natural History of Dragons and The Tropic of Serpents, may believe themselves already acquainted with the particulars of her historic voyage aboard the Royal Survey Ship Basilisk, but the true story of that illuminating, harrowing, and scandalous journey has never been revealed—until now. Six years after her …

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May 05

The Great Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off | Mini Reviews – Round 2

My first round of books was very, very strong, which had me all sorts of excited for the next round of books. Unfortunately, this is the first round of books where I didn’t finish all of them. That’s really hard for me. I absolutely hate not finishing a book, but in reality, I’m not obligated …

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Apr 29

Dark Eden – Chris Beckett

About the Book On the alien, sunless planet they call Eden, the 532 members of the Family shelter beneath the light and warmth of the Forest’s lantern trees. Beyond the Forest lie the mountains of the Snowy Dark and a cold so bitter and a night so profound that no man has ever crossed it. …

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Apr 28

The Shattered Court – M.J. Scott

About the Book First in a new fantasy series from the author of the Novels of the Half-Light City. Entangled in a court ruled by tradition and intrigue, a young witch must come to terms with newfound power and desire—and a choice between loyalty and survival.… The royal witches of Anglion have bowed to tradition …

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Apr 27

A Crown for Cold Silver – Alex Marshall

About the Book An outstanding, game-changing epic fantasy debut featuring an unforgettable female warrior. FIVE VILLAINS. ONE LEGENDARY GENERAL. A FINAL QUEST FOR VENGEANCE. Twenty years ago, feared general Cobalt Zosia led her five villainous captains and mercenary army into battle, wrestling monsters and toppling an empire. When there were no more titles to win …

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