We have a full slate of covers this week, enjoy!
Posts By: Julia
WICKED LIKE A WILDFIRE is a story about the complexity of relationships, the economy of love and hurt that exists within families. It spins a fairytale without readers realizing, we stare at the magician’s right hand while the left builds whole new worlds around us.
This week we’re joined by Marlene Harris, creator of Reading Reality. Marlene is a librarian by day, blogger by night, and Reading Reality has a deliciously broad review catalog of all the genre fiction you could hope to find.
Romantics, fantasy fans, and process nerds unite, WILDFIRE has something for all of us. Nevada and Connor have to negotiate the transition of their new relationship into a world that is aware of the Baylor family’s potential.
There are some great Urban Fantasy covers coming out this week. Swords and magic and leather jackets!
Retellings of King Arthur’s tale were my first introduction to fantasy as a kid, and it was pleasant coming back to them in a very modern, sexy, gender bending way.
No one writes magical nerdery better than Thea Harrison. Reminiscent of Rune and Carling tumbling through time, MOONSHADOW’s heroine, Sophie faces an age old problem with a mix of modern problem solving and magic.
Harlequin goes old school and Lora Leigh is going strong with Breeds #33, enjoy this week’s batch of new cover art.
Covers for the next phase of Anne Bishop’s The Others has been revealed.
James and Rebecca are a tough crowd, but their criticisms are consistent (and often quite funny). Which covers are your favorite this week?