DC Ink, the new young adult graphic novel line from DC, has just released its third title. DC Ink titles are standalone stories, not part [...]
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With Guy Gavriel Kay's latest novel, A Brightness Long Ago, he once again proves why he is an acclaimed writer in the fantasy realm.
It's time for new books! If you’re an avid reader who has been waiting anxiously for the release of an upcoming book, you know release day is Tuesday. And this Tuesday, May 7, was a BIG one. There were so many great science fiction and fantasy books that came out this week, I couldn’t focus on just one. So, here’s a round-up of several, including some reprints and books released as mass market editions, that I think deserve your time and energy.
This week we chat with author Suzanne Palmer about her new release Finder, a romping science fiction caper about an interstellar repo man and professional finder named Fergus Ferguson. Suzanne Palmer has a fine arts degree and a Hugo, and we had the chance to interview her! Come meet Suzanne and then enter to win a copy of Finder.
Mera: Tidebreaker is the first in DC's new line of young adult graphic novels under the new DC Ink imprint. The line introduces DC’s most iconic Super Heroes to a new generation of fans with stories told by some of the most successful authors from the young adult publishing space. MERA: TIDEBREAKER by Danielle Paige and Stephen Byrne is the perfect title to launch DC Ink.
DC Comics celebrated Batman 80 in a big way at this year’s WonderCon, the sibling convention to San Diego International Comic-Con. With the milestone release of the 1,000th issue of Detective comics on March 27 and the 80-year anniversary of one of (if not the) most well-known characters in comics, it was a perfect time to party with the bat.
As we count down the days to the Season Eight premiere of the final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, you may already be wondering how you will continue to live in the Seven Kingdoms once it ends. Lucky for you, there are a bunch of ways for bibliophiles to immerse themselves into the Game of Thrones.
Kalayna Price has written a lovely series about a woman who can see the land of the dead, talk to Death, raise shades of the deceased, and more. There are fairies, love triangles, and more. The sixth book in the series, Grave Destiny, is available April 2.
The latest novel in the Soulwood series, Circle of the Moon, is available on February 26 from Ace Mass Market Original. The Soulwood series details the adventures of PsyLED Agent Nell Ingram, a bewitching woman who draws power from deep within the Earth. In advance of the novel's release, I had a chance to ask author Faith Hunter some questions. I couldn't resist asking her about gardening and her inspiration for a character as unique as Nell!
Zen Cho’s debut novel, Sorcerer to the Crown, was a delightful and inventive entry into the world of magical fantasy in the setting of the British Regency. It masterfully and quirkily dealt with issues of the patriarchy and feminism, plus there were dragons. This March, the next delightful saga in Zen Cho’s magical Regency world, The True Queen, enters the world.
Since it's Oscars weekend, I want to highlight one of the Oscar-nominated documentary shorts, Period. End of Sentence., and the great work related to the film.
Breach creates an alternate history novel that tells us the Berlin Wall is a magical barrier, not just a physical one. I had the chance to ask author W.L. Goodwater some questions about Breach among other things.