13 SF/F Upcoming Releases

There are so many upcoming scifi/fantasy releases to look forward to, but here are some that are at the top of my list:

1. Once Bitten, Twice Shy – by Jennifer Rardin
I’ve read the ARC for this one, and Jennifer Rardin already has a fan before her debut release. Loved it.
Release Date: October 9th

2. Another One Bites the Dust – by Jennifer Rardin
Now, I’m dying to read the sequel.
Release Date: December 12th

3. Rogue Angel: Warrior Spirit – by “Alex Archer”
I’m a loyal reader and huge fan of this series.
Release Date: November 6th

4.The Blood King – by Gail Martin
Sequel to The Summoner.
Release Date: February 2008

5. Metal Swarm – by Kevin J. Anderson
One of my favorite authors.
Release Date: December 10th

6. War Machine – by Andy Remic
If it’s a Solaris Book, I’ll read it.
Release Date: November 13th

7. Empyre – by Josh Conviser
Science fiction spy thriller.
Release Date: October 30th

8. Star Wars: Death Star – by Michael Reaves and Steve Perry
It’s been too long since I’ve read a good Star Wars novel.
Release Date: October 16th

9. The Blood Books – by Tanya Huff
Re-released with new covers from the hit tv show.
Release Date:September 25th

10. Wizards, Inc. – edited by Martin H. Greenberg and M. Coleman
Anthology of wizardly stories.
Release Date: November 6th

11. Star Trek: TNG: Q&A – by Keith R. A. DeCandido
I’d be a happy woman if I could get on the short list receiving Star Trek ARCs. As it is, I’ll just keep on buying them all.
Release Date: September 25th

12. Selling Out – by Justina Robson
Move over Bionic Woman.
Release Date: October 7th

13. The Metatemporal Detective – by Michael Moorcock
Very cool cover.
Release Date: October 7th

24 thoughts on “13 SF/F Upcoming Releases”

  1. I really love how positioning my cursor above the hyerlink gave me a little mini look at the cover. A non-techie like me gets impressed by stuff like that.

  2. The Metatemporal Detective has a great cover and the book is a pretty good read as well. I will actually be giving two copies of the book away at the end of the month and I will let you know so you can enter and possibly win it!

  3. Kev – Most publishers have initiated contact with me. But I’m sure there are contacts that you could email if there are specific books that you’re wanting to review.

  4. I’ve had Archer’s series on my maybe buy list for 6 months. I want them but am on a budget right now so you know that the maybe books are the last to be bought.

  5. The first two sound interesting. I’ve got the whole Blood series, but am interested in seeing the new covers *g*. The wizard anthology sounds cool (I wonder who’s in it). Happy TT.

  6. Haven’t read the Rogue Angel series…. Hmmmmmm….. they more sci fi or more urban or more fantasy?

    There’s a book I want bad, called Lord of the Undying Lands. Sounds like somebody might get that perfect, almost impossible mix of fantasy AND romance.

  7. Angela,
    You have done another fabulous job with your thirteen reasons, and found a way to tie it in with sci-fi. Yay!

    I hope you’re still reviewing books if and when mine finally gets published! Ha.

    Blessings on your ventures through the cosmos,

  8. Man, I can’t afford to keep visiting your site! LOL! My TBR wish list keeps getting longer and longer. I haven’t picked up a new Star Wars book in a while. I might have to check this one out.

  9. I’m really looking forward to reading those Jaz Parks books. And of course the Rogue Angel books are always good. I need to catch up on the series though. It’s been awhile since I read one.

  10. I’ve read Justina Robson’s ‘Selling Out’ and have to say that I didn’t enjoy it as much as ‘Keeping It Real’. Sure, the Lila Black character is uber-cool but I got lost in certain parts of the book – maybe these bits just didn’t maintain my interest and I lost track.

    Looking forward to ‘Metal Swarm’ but I think there’s another Saga book before that one that I have to read first.

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