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October 2022 Releases

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Cassie Alexander: Moonshifted: Kindle Edition & Paperback: Goodreads

V. C. Andrews: Eden’s Children: Kindle Edition & Hardcover & Paperback

Kelley Armstrong: A Turn of the Tide: Kindle Edition & Hardcover & Paperback

Sara Creasy: Song of Scarabaeus: Kindle Edition: Goodreads

Sara Creasy: Children of Scarabaeus: Kindle Edition: Goodreads

Nicci French: The Favor: Kindle Edition & Hardcover & Paperback

Karen Ann Hopkins: Dark Hollow Road: Kindle Edition & Paperback

Mur Lafferty: Station Eternity: Kindle Edition & Paperback

Malinda Lo: A Line in the Dark: Kindle Edition & Hardcover & Paperback: Goodreads

Daniel O’Malley: Blitz: Kindle Edition & Hardcover

Amy Christine Parker: Flight 171: Kindle Edition & Paperback

Jodi Picoult & Jennifer Finney Boylan: Mad Honey: Kindle Edition & Hardcover

Sara Raasch & Kristen Simmons: Rise Up from the Embers: Kindle Edition & Hardcover & Paperback

Tiffany Reisz: The Headmaster: Kindle Edition

Veronica Roth: Poster Girl: Kindle Edition & Hardcover

Megan Shepherd: Malice House: Kindle Edition & Hardcover

Lilja Sigurðardóttir (translated by Quentin Bates): Red as Blood: Kindle Edition & Paperback

Karin Slaughter: False Witness: Kindle Edition & Hardcover & Paperback & Mass Market Paperback: Goodreads

Maggie Stiefvater: Greywaren: Kindle Edition & Hardcover

Andy Weir: Project Hail Mary: Kindle Edition & Hardcover & Paperback: Goodreads

[GUEST-BLOG & AUSTRALIAN GIVEAWAY] Sara Creasy, Author of Song of Scarabaeus & Children of Scarabaeus

Sara Creasy is the author of Song of Scarabaeus and the newly released Children of Scarabaeus. Today she’s guest-blogging about plotting. Below the book info, you should find the guest-blog, as well as a special giveaway for those of you with an Australian snail-mail address. Read on!

Sara Creasy
Song of Scarabaeus (Scarabaeus, Book 1)
HarperCollins Voyager (CA: 12th April 2010; US: 27th April 2010)
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Trained since childhood in advanced biocyph seed technology by the all-powerful Crib empire, Edie’s mission is to terraform alien worlds while her masters bleed the outlawed Fringe populations dry. When renegade mercenaries kidnap Edie, she’s not entirely sure it’s a bad thing…until they leash her to a bodyguard, Finn – a former freedom fighter-turned-slave, beaten down but never broken. If Edie strays from Finn’s side, he dies. If she doesn’t cooperate, the pirates will kill them both. But Edie’s abilities far surpass anything her enemies imagine. And now, with Finn as her only ally as the merciless Crib closes in, she’ll have to prove it or die on the site of her only failure…a world called Scarabaeus.

Sara Creasy
Children of Scarabaeus (Scarabaeus, Book 2)
HarperCollins Voyager (CA: 14th March 2011; US: 29th March 2011)
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Edie Sha’nim believed she and her bodyguard lover, Finn, could find refuge from the tyranny of the Crib empire by fleeing to the Fringe worlds. But Edie’s extraordinary cypherteck ability to manipulate the ecology of evolving planets makes her far too valuable for the empire to lose. Recaptured and forced to cooperate – or else she will watch Finn die – Edie is shocked to discover the Crib’s new breed of cypherteck: children. She cannot stand by while the oppressors enslave the innocent, nor can she resist the lure of Scarabaeus, the first world she tried to save, when researchers discover what appears to be an evolving intelligence. But escape – for Edie, for Finn, and for the exploited young – will require the ultimate sacrifice…and a shocking act of rebellion.

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March 2011 Releases

Done with February 2011 Releases. Here are March’s. To see future titles and dates, check out Reading Wishlist.

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Support an Australian Author

It’s Australia Day, but now’s as good a time as any to support an Australian author, even if you’re international. Here are the books by Australian authors on my wishlist – perhaps they’re on yours, too:

Keri Arthur: Darkness Unbound Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
Lexxie Couper: Savage Transformation Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
Sara Creasy: Children of Scarabaeus Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
Erica Hayes: Blood Cursed Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
Rebecca Lim: Exile Buy (UK) Buy (Worldwide)
Yolanda Sfetsos: Damaged Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)