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October 2009 Releases

Done buying September 2009 Releases? Now time for October’s list, with books from the US, Canada, UK and Australia. As always, I don’t include anything – just the ones I’ve heard of and am interested in. Covers and release dates are subject to change, so if I’m wrong, blame my sources πŸ˜‰

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September 2009 Releases

Done buying August 2009 Releases? Now time for September 2009 Releases. As always, I got my info from Amazon, publishers’ websites and authors’ websites, so if I’m wrong…blame them, not me πŸ˜‰ If you know of more September releases that aren’t here, it’s either because I don’t know of their existence, or I’m not interested. I play favourites, and there’s no shame in that πŸ˜‰

If you’re reading this in a feed, behind the cut you shall find my monthly summary. If you’re looking for stuff further into the future, check my Reading Wishlist.

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Lightworld/Darkworld – Jennifer Armintrout

Jennifer Armintrout is one awesome chick. This isn’t part of her official bio; just my opinion πŸ˜‰ From the Blood Ties series, I could tell she had a decent sense of humour, and her blog confirmed that. And the PODcast πŸ˜‰

Jen has a new series (unrelated to the Blood Ties series) debuting this year, and the world building sounds new and intriguing. And since info of Lightworld/Darkworld hasn’t flooded the blogosphere yet…I’ll do it πŸ˜‰

Behind the cut (if you’re reading this on a feed) is info for all three Lightworld/Darkworld novels: Queene of Light, Child of Darkness and Veil of Shadows. Until then, you can purchase the Blood Ties series, and remind Jen that she’s awesome (in case she forgets) πŸ˜‰

PODcast (Feed)

The Turning: Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
Possession: Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
Ashes to Ashes: Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
All Souls’ Night: Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
Blood Ties (Bundle): Kindle

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This UK Frostbitten cover is small enough to place here, but for Jennifer Armintrout’s gorgeous and large Lightworld/Darkworld covers, they’re behind the cut (because I’m thoughtful, y’all).

Kelley Armstrong
Frostbitten (Women of the Otherworld, Book 10)
Hachette Orbit (UK: 29th October 2009)
Buy (US) Buy (UK) Buy (CA) Buy (Worldwide)
The Alaskan wilderness is a harsh landscape in the best of conditions, but with a pack of rogue werewolves on the loose, it’s downright deadly. Elena Michaels, the American Werewolf Pack’s chief enforcer, knows all too well the havoc “mutts” can wreak. When the Pack learns of a series of gruesome maulings and murders outside of Anchorage, Elena and her partner Clay travel to Alaska in the dead of winter, expecting to hunt down a pack of dangerous werewolves. But, trapped in a savage, frozen realm, it is their own untamed nature – and their werewolf heritage – they have to confront…

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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] Jennifer Armintrout; UK Links

The fab Jennifer Armintrout has shared the release dates for Queene of Light, Child of Darkness and Veil of Madness. They’ll be coming out consecutively in October, November and December 2009. Aye, we get them all before 2010, which is very good news, indeed πŸ™‚ No pre-order links yet, so stay tuned.

Also, UK links have been updated on Most Wanted.

[COVER ART] Queene of Light – Jennifer Armintrout

Cover art for Jennifer Armintrout’s Queene of Light, the first book in her upcoming Lightworld/Darkworld series, as found here. As you can see, the original is quite large, which is why I used my own link. But the large version lets you read the text and see the covers clearer – clear enough to see that Books 2 and 3 already have covers and titles: Child of Darkness and Veil of Madness.

The original release date for Book 1 was supposed to be August 2009, then there was talk of shifting it to January 2010. Since all three covers have been created, I’m assuming they’ll be released in consecutive months. Stay tuned for details.

The novel (and indeed the earlier Blood Ties series) seem/s rather dark, but the author has a delightful humour and is thus terrific fun to listen to – which is why you should subscribe to her POD Cast if you haven’t already done so. I pimp it when I remember to.

The BlogSpots I’m Following aren’t all being exported to my GoogleReader. It was by accident I realised that Jen’s BlogSpot had slipped through the cracks. Don’t freaking piss me off like that again, BlogSpot. Now I’m going to have to double-check your work like a pissed-off supervisor. Ach!