Monthly Archives: March 2014

New Release: Night Owls by Lauren M. Roy (Urban Fantasy)

Debut author Lauren M. Roy has released Night Owls, published by Ace (House of Random Penguins.) Night Owls bookstore is the one spot on campus open late enough to help out even the most practiced slacker. The employees’ penchant for fighting the evil creatures of the night is just a perk… Valerie McTeague’s business model… Read more »

New Release: Schooled in Magic by Christopher G. Nuttall (YA Sword & Sorcery)

Christopher G. Nuttall, author of more than fifteen novels, has released his title, Schooled in Magic, published by Twilight Times Books. Emily is a teenage girl pulled from our world into a world of magic and mystery by a necromancer who intends to sacrifice her to the dark gods. Rescued in the nick of time… Read more »

New Release: The Point of a Blade by Tavish Kaeden (Epic Fantasy)

Two-time novelist Tavish Kaeden has released the second book of The Azhaion Saga, The Point of a Blade. This is an independent title. In the sandy heart of the Curahshena desert, the execution of the Blood Marsh Prince is imminent. As time runs short, Jeina, an escaped mine worker, must wrack her brain for a… Read more »

Publisher Announcement: Error in Blades of the Old Empire by Anna Kashina (Angry Robot)

Angry Robot Books has announced there is a missing chapter in its newly-released novel Blades of the Old Empire by Anna Kashina. Angry Robot Books is giving all customers the option to have their flawed copies replaced. Kindle users can receive an updated copy by syncing the novels through amazon’s system. If you have purchased… Read more »

New Release: The Problem with Promises by Leigh Evans (Paranormal Fantasy)

Three time novelist Leigh Evans‘s latest installment of her Mystwalker series, The Problem with Promises, has been released by St. Martin’s Press. Never make a promise you can’t afford to keep… Robson Trowbridge, the Alpha of Creemore and my gorgeous mate, tries to protect me, Hedi Peacock, half-Fae, half-were, from all the trouble I get… Read more »

New Release: Dying for a Living by Kory M. Shrum (Alternative History/Urban Fantasy)

Debut novelist Kory M. Shrum‘s first novel, Dying for a Living, has been released by Timberlane Press. On the morning before her 67th death, it is business as usual for Jesse Sullivan: meet with the mortician, counsel soon-to-be-dead clients, and have coffee while reading the latest regeneration theory. Jesse dies for a living, literally. As… Read more »

StoryBundle: Pay What It’s Worth (To You) Book Buying System – Epic Fantasy Bundle

StoryBundle is a system that allows readers to pick up bulk bundles of books at a set-your-own-price cost. March’s bundle is an epic fantasy bundle including (but not limited to) bestselling authors Neil Gaiman, Brandon Sanderson, David Farland, and Kristine Kathryn Rusch. In total, the bundle includes nine different epic fantasy novels. Using StoryBundle is simple:… Read more »

TLW LEXiCON – March 15-16, 2014

TLW LEXiCON is a new literary festival taking place in Faversham, Kent (UK). The convention includes panels, interviews, and discussions covering all genres of fiction. LEXiCON embraces the literary arts on a whole, but does include things of interest for both fantasy readers and writers. Doors open at 09:30, and entry is only £1 per day or free for under-14s. Here… Read more »