Rachel Caine announced some happy news in her newsletter today: On November 3, along with the release of FADE OUT, my lovely publisher NAL will be releasing a new two-in-one trade paperback (larger format) edition of GLASS HOUSES and THE DEAD GIRLS’ DANCE. Pretty lovely, eh? And I’m delighted to tell you that I just made a deal to do three more Morganville books over the next two years … we already were planning for nine, but now it’ll be at least twelve books in total! The next book (Morganville #8) is already written and turned in, and the title… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Cover Art Coverage
Rachel posted the new and old cover art for her book My Soul to Save. She asking for feedback comments and even has a poll up: Here is her post with the two covers. Click here to view the original post . Posted by Rachel Vincent Okay, I’ve gotten behind on everything because of the move, and a tweet from the HQTeen senior editor this morning reminded me that I forgot to post the redesigned cover for My Soul to Save. Or to mention that it had been redesigned. Sorry! It’s been nuts. (And I’m still way behind on email… Read more »
Jackie posted the cover art for her new book today. Details are scant, but I’ll be sure to post when we know more. When the answers that were once so black and white get blurred, you get. . . SHADES OF GRAY by Jackie Kessler and Caitlin Kittredge A Bantam Spectra Trade Paperback July 2010
Jeaniene Frost posted the cover art for her new book, First Drop of Crimson, on her blog today. She confirms that Crimson is ‘sexier and a bit more romantic’ than the Night Huntress series (its a spin off). I definitely get the romantic vibe from the cover, not to mention the description. I’m thinking this will be more of a straight paranormal romance. FIRST DROP OF CRIMSON And here’s the stepback: And here’s the back cover description: The night is not safe for mortals. Denise MacGregor knows all too well what lurks in the shadows – her best friend is… Read more »
Chris posted this today -DEEP IN THE WOODS, Vampire Babylon, Book Six, Cover! Check out the dagger. It looks like a bone…
Tynga posted this on her blog today with much enthusiasm. I’m a little underwhelmed, but then I prefer more stylized covers.
Alexandra posted her new cover (Salvatore’s story) today. I love the eyes, but the claws are a bit Wolverine to me.
Ann Aguirre revealed the new cover for the 2nd book in the Corine Solomon series over on Boarders SciFi. She expresses her concern for the slight deviation from typical urban fantasy covers. Read the article and chime in. I personally prefer the standard UF art (my current favorite is the cover for the upcoming Inked anthology). See below for giveaway details. Unveiling the Art Today you’re in for a special treat. About a month ago, I got my new cover for Hell Fire, but I saved it so I can unveil it here. This is the cover art for book… Read more »
Courtesy of Bloody Bookaholic Betrayal Covers Fot those who don’t know, Betrayals is the sequel to Strange Angels. A little summary on Strange Angels: Dru Anderson has what her grandmother called “the touch.” (Comes in handy when you’re traveling from town to town with your dad, hunting ghosts, suckers, wulfen, and the occasional zombie.) Then her dad turns up dead—but still walking—and Dru knows she’s next. Even worse, she’s got two guys hungry for her affections, and they’re not about to let the fiercely independent Dru go it alone. Will Dru discover just how special she really is before coming… Read more »
Jaye Wells posted the cover and blurb for her new book The Mage in Black (Sabina Kane book 2) follow up to her urban fantasy debut Red-Headed Stepchild. Oooh! What have we here? Yes, my friends, the cover for The Mage in Black. I love, love, love Sabina’s I’m-gonna-kick-your-ass expression. Now, some of you might be confused because you’ve already seen another version of this cover. For some reason, an older version was uploaded to a few sites. But, as far as I know, this cover is the cover. Of course, we’re still several months away from the release of… Read more »