Throwdown Thursday is a weekly thing where we tackle books with similar characters, covers, themes, etc. to determine which one rocks more. And it is up to YOU to determine the winner! Last weeks Throwdown asked: Audio Magic Strikes vs. Paperback Magic Strikes? The verdict by unanimous decision was Paperback Magic Strikes. I’m sticking with Ilona Andrews again this week. On Wednesday the new Bayou Moon cover was posted, so I thought I would maliciously pit the Edge series against the Kate Daniel series (just based on covers), like children competing for their patents love, and force you guys to… Read more »
Thanks to Doug (aka SciFi Guy) for spotting this one first. Devon Monk posted the cover art for the 4th Allie Beckstrom novel, Magic on the Storm. Talk about stunning. This is easily my favorite cover in the series so far. Check out the previous covers below, is it just me or does the model look like she’s rocking some more curves this time? Really beautiful. Cover artist Larry Rostant is amazing!
I’m thrilled today to welcome Nancy Holzner, author of the just released Deadtown (you can read my review HERE, I loved it) to All Things Urban Fantasy. Be sure to check out the giveaway detail below for a chance to win a copy of Deadtown. Nancy Holzner grew up in western Massachusetts. She majored in English in college and then continued her studies long enough to earn a masters degree and a PhD. She began her career as a medievalist, then jumped off the tenure track to try some other things. Besides teaching English and philosophy, she’s worked as a… Read more »
I’ve been meaning to post about the awards some of you have generously given me recently, but I’m a little late in thanking you guys so there are a few of these: Thanks to Angela from Dark Faerie Tales for giving me the Kick Ass Blog Award. Thanks to Emily from The Chronicles of Emily Cross for giving me the ‘From me to you’ blog award! Thanks to J. from J. Kaye’s Book Blog for giving me the ‘Your Blog is Fabulous’ award Thanks to Natasha from Wicked Little Pixie for giving me the Happy 101 award And Thanks to… Read more »
If The Godfather or The Departed had vampires, they would probably feel a lot like Blood Vice.
Ilona Andrews revealed the cover art from Bayou Moon (The Edge, book 2) today. Ilona sure does have a thing for swords. I do the the swampy feel of it. This is tentatively schedule for release in late September 2010
Jennifer Estep ( who will be here later this month for an interview and giveaway) unveiled the cover art for the 2nd book in her new Elemental Assassin series: Web of Lies today on her site. Check out the rune on her palm. I’m with Jennifer, well, maybe I like it even more than Spider’s Bite. This is not the final cover, although I don’t think that it will change too much from what you see here. Once again, kudos go out to the awesome Tony Mauro, who’s the artist (he also did the fantastic cover for Spider’s Bite). I… Read more »
Throwdown Thursday is a weekly thing where we tackle books with similar characters, covers, themes, etc. to determine which one rocks more. And it is up to YOU to determine the winner! Last weeks Throwdown asked: eReaders vs physical books? The verdict by split decision was physical books. I found it interesting that everyone who owned an eReader loved it, but those of us didn’t were skeptical. I finally carved out some time to read Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews (my review will be up next week). I was just talking with Rebecca from DirtySexyBooks about how as bloggers we… Read more »
In her newsletter today, Yasmine revealed the full cover for the first book in her new Indigo Court series, Night Myst. I’m loving this cover something fierce. The wolf tattoo is gorgeous. We have the cover for Night Myst now and it is available for Pre-order on Amazon.com and Borders.com. I also finished the Book Video for Night Myst and hope you enjoy it and that it whets your appetite for the new series! –Yasmine Galenorn Night Myst by Yasmine Galenorn Berkley (Mass Market); June 29, 2010 Urban Fantasy ISBN: TBA Available for Pre-Order from Amazon.com Eons ago, vampires tried… Read more »