Ready for this awesomeness? Good. There's a lot to go around! Up first are two cover reveals! Teri Harman's next installment in the Moonlight Trilogy, Black Moon, is so cool (it's no secret how much I liked the first book, so yeah, take my money). Next is Nicole Zoltack's new fantasy, Bloodlust, which looks to be a very promising read. Congratulations on your releases (scroll down--see the pretty!).
Now available wherever books are sold are two new titles that I've been looking forward to for a long time. Jennifer A. Nielsen's final installment of the The Ascendance Trilogy, The Shadow Throne, and Chad Morris's next Cragbridge Hall adventure, The Avatar Battle!
Gett'em while they're still hot off the presses! Seriously, like now.
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I wasn't sure if I had anything to be insecure about this month until I sent a beta version of The Undead Road off to my last eager reader. It's a different kind of waiting, different from waiting to hear back from agents and editors, mostly because the topic (zombies, in this case) is something these beta readers are well versed in--and bigger fans of the sub genre than maybe I am. Perhaps I'm too anxious to know what they think, if I got the science right, are the characters good, etc. I've never reached out to "specialists" in any given area to test my books before. It'll get ripped, but if it makes for a better story, bring it. I'll just rock in the corner until the feedback comes.
That's all I've got for now. It's been crazy busy on this end for a number of reasons. Hopefully I'll get caught up in the next week so this blog can be regular again. Until then, a spaceship captain's gotta do what a spaceship captain's gotta do. See you next time, friends!
What do you think of those covers? Who's excited about The Shadow Throne and The Avatar Battle? How do you cope with waiting?
I'm David, and this tribute to Harold Ramis made me cry.