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November 2009 Releases

Done with October 2009 Releases? Time for November 2009 Releases. And to see further into the future, check the freshly updated Reading Wishlist.

The following US/UK/CA/AU books will be released in November 2009. Release dates are subject to change, so it’s not my fault if I’m wrong πŸ˜‰ Also, not EVERY November book is listed – just the ones I’ve both heard of AND are interested in. Enjoy! πŸ™‚

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New US Pre-Order Links

If you haven’t ordered them already, now’s a good time.

Jennifer Armintrout: Queene of Light (1 Oct 2009) Buy (US)
Caitlin Kittredge: Demon Bound (1 Dec 2009) Buy (US)
Jordan Summers: Crimson (3 Nov 2009) Buy (US)

[COVER ART] Lord of Misrule (UK) – Rachel Caine; Kelley Armstrong’s Bitten (CA), Stolen (CA) & Dime Store Magic (CA); White Witch Black Curse (UK) – Kim Harrison; Crimson (US) – Jordan Summers

The cover art’s really large, so hopefully I’ve fixed this properly so that it’s behind a WordPress cut. Fingers crossed I don’t screw up.

Re White Witch Black Curse: Doesn’t look like how I imaged Rachel Morgan. Did remind me of a photo of Laurell K. Hamilton, though. And Crimson: Kind of reminded me of Caitlin Kittredge.

Rachel Caine’s Lord of Misrule (UK): Image Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA)
Kelley Armstrong’s Bitten (CA): Image Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA)
Kelley Armstrong’s Stolen (CA): Image Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA)
Kelley Armstrong’s Dime Store Magic (CA): Image Buy (US) Buy (UK) Dime Store Magic
Kim Harrison’s White Witch, Black Curse (UK): Image Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA)
Jordan Summers’s Crimson (US): Image Buy (CA)

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“Peter, what are you doing to my ear?!”

Jordan Summers
Red (Dead World, Book 1 – Mass Market Paperback)
Tor (US: 4th November 2008)

War is brewing in a near-future world where murder is all but unheard of and the existence of creatures known as the Others has yet to be proven. In the end, one woman will face her fears to stand and fight. Gina Santiago is a member of an elite tactical team in charge of protecting the world. She’s devoted her life to apprehending the most heinous criminals that prey on society – and now she’s after the worst one yet. On her own, with no backup, the trail takes her to a dusty, tight-knit town on the fringes of society, where everyone’s a suspect. Even the sexy sheriff, Morgan Hunter, isn’t telling her everything. The closer Gina comes to finding out the secret of this sleepy little town and its big, bad sheriff, the more scared she gets – because she’s beginning to realise that she has a secret, too. A secret that will change her life…and make her the killer’s next prey.

This sounds terrific – me want! And there are sequels coming: Scarlet in June 2009, and Crimson in June 2009. Yay for futuristic fiction!

Speaking of which (from Leah Hultenschmidt):

AMY RENCH – Fallen Rogue, a debut novel for the SHOMI line about an Olympic swimmer whose athletic dreams are dashed when she’s accidentally injected with a top-secret serum that suddenly gives her psi powers. Now the only man she can trust is the one who’s been sent to eliminate her. Coming in Fall 2009.

Fall = September/October/November. Anyway, I’d love to get in touch with Amy Rench, but I can’t seem to find her on the Internet. But I’ve seen a photo of her with Michele Lang and Michelle Rowen/Maddox, so hopefully those ladies – or you, dear reader – will be able to find Amy for me. Just send her to https://tezmilleroz.wordpress.com and tell her to drop me a line. Please, and thank you if you can help.

You know how I get particularly silly just before bedtime? Happened again last night. I was watching the Bring Me My Hookah! gals chat about promise rings, which made me recall a particular Family Guy episode. So my brain kept giggling with the line, “Peter, what are you doing to my ear?!” Oh well, at least I went to sleep with laughs πŸ™‚

What someone typed into Google to get to my WordPress: What to do with an angry inner child. Sorry, dude; can’t help you – I haven’t got my own angry inner child under control yet πŸ˜‰