Lilith Saintcrow – author of the Dante Valentine Series and the new Jill Kismet Series – has just launched a free serial novel: Selene. Set in the world of the Dante Valentine series, Selene expands on the Saint City adventures of Selene and Nikolai. New chapters will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
The serial will be available on Lilith’s site at http://www.lilithsaintcrow.com/selene/
You can subscribe to the rss feed here: http://www.lilithsaintcrow.com/selene/feed/
Check out this FREE download of The Disappeared by Kristin Kathryn Rusch from Audible.com. CLICK HERE
Description from the site:
Audio Length: 9 hours and 50 min.
Retrieval artists help the lost find their way back home, whether they like it or not. Specialized private detectives, they investigate the most unusual crimes in the galaxy. But Miles Flint isn’t a Retrieval artist. He’s just a cop, trying to do his job.
In a stolen space yacht, three people have been found eviscerated – the grisly signature of an alien vengeance killing. Moments later, the border patrol halts another ship launched out of the Moon’s orbit. Its passengers are two human children, kidnapped by the most ruthless aliens in the universe.
Both ships are linked to a woman on the run: a Disappeared relocated to the inhospitable landscape of Mars. A reluctant outlaw with a bounty on her head and a detective on her case, she’s about to teach all of them a lesson: it’s dangerous to gamble with your life in a universe that rigs the game.
Solaris just made James Maxey’s short story “Tornado of Sparks” from the Solaris Book of New Fantasy available as a free download at their site. “Tornado of Sparks” is a prequel to Bitterwood and Dragonforge, telling the story of the night that the dragon Vendevorex decides to adopt the human infant Jandra as his daughter. Download it here: http://www.solarisbooks.com/pdf/tornado-sparks.pdf
In honor of Hawthorn Moon, Gail Z. Martin is offering up free goodies and a sneak peak at her upcoming book Dark Haven.
Giveaway: Two signed set of books —The Blood King and a limited-edition ARC of The Blood King. Simply fill out the form below to be entered. Contest ends June 28th.
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These are just a fraction of my TBR pile. Most of these are early review copies, and some I’m just so far behind, they’re already out.
But I’m looking forward to them all…
1. Kethani, by Eric Brown*
2. Netherwood, by Michele Lang
3. Sideways in Crime, edited by Lou Anders*
4. The Deceived, by Brett Battles
5. The Last Angel, by Natasha Rhodes*
6. CodeSpell, by Kelly McCullough*
7. Devil May Care, Sebastian Faulks
8. The Iron Hunt, Marjorie M. Liu
9. Gordath Wood, by Patrice Sarath
10. Nightwalker, by Jocelynn Drake
11. Pax Britannia: Unnatural History, by Jonathan Green
12. Underground, by Kat Richardson
13. Sly Mongoose, by Tobias Buckell
* I have giveaway copies of these as well, so check back soon for those and more!
A little while back, I made the top ten list of “fan sites” for the upcoming Hellboy II: The Golden Army movie. One of the freebies I received was Hellboy II: the Art of the Movie. Containing the final shooting script, which I will not be reading until I see the movie (I don’t want any spoilers) and plenty of fantastic photos of screenshots and artwork, from beginning–to-end stages, this visual companion is a stunning collection from one of my most highly anticipation movies of the summer!
Over at http://dragonprophet.blogspot.com, James Maxey will be giving away a signed copy of his newest novel through drawings every Wednesday in June. And, if people send in a dragon-themed poem or drawing, and their name is selected, they’ll win a complete Dragon Age collection: Signed copies of Bitterwood, Dragonforge, and the Solaris Book of New Fantasy!
Also, Maxey gave SciFiChick.com a shout out in the acknowledgements in Dragonforge, as well as fellow reviewer Fantasy Book Critic! How cool is that!
Today, I received a load of books from DAW, ROC, ACE, and Del Rey!
Laney picked her favorite – Into the Storm by Taylor Anderson.
I think I’m going to pick up the Essential Batman Encyclopedia first though.
Half of these I already had early review copies of. So that means… more giveaways!