Book Blog - Fall/Winter Preview

Guys. There are so many great books coming out this fall and winter. It's crazy.

I've already fan-girled about Laini Taylor's DAUGHTER OF SMOKE AND BONE and Marie Lu's LEGEND. These next books won't be released for a while yet (November-January), but each one of them should be on your radar. Here they are, with a little teensy teaser as to why. (I'll be posting reviews as we get closer to publication dates.)

SHATTER ME by Tahereh Mafi -- This one is all about style and steaminess. Truly innovative in it's prose, with a romance that is completely dee-lishous. I devoured this.

EVERNEATH by Brodi Ashton -- This is such a gorgeous, dark interpretation of the myth of Persephone. Beautifully written and brimming with atmosphere... It's so hard to keep these short. I really would love to go on.

INCARNATE by Jodi Meadows -- This is the story of Anna, whose soul, alone, has not been reincarnated in a land of dragons, sylph and laser pistols. Musical, utterly charming and truly original. 

As mentioned above, full reviews to come. One final book--and this one is purchasable now--for you writers out there. Orson Scott Card's CHARACTER & VIEWPOINT. I recommend this to every writer I know. You'll find tips on how to make characters sympathetic & unsympathetic. Invaluable for a library on writing craft. I own two, because I live in fear of losing one and being stranded without.


Thanks so much for the mention! And I just placed my order for that Orson Scott Card book. I need that.

I'm looking forward to all these books, including Under The Never Sky. It's getting harder and harder to figure out what to get first. Then one month later, it's a whole new batch of great releases. Look at my September Releases post and that's not even the tip of the iceberg. I really need to win the lottery just to afford my book habit, LOL.

Wow. Just looking at the covers alone I'm intrigued. Can't wait to read!

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