All About Writers & Books
- I really enjoyed Fairy Tales Gone Naughty over at Book Junkie because I've dabbled in writing a few of my own. This week wrapped up with guest posts by Brenna Lyons and Natasha Moore
- If you're looking for new releases, check out New Vampire Books for March 2010. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith looks really interesting and FUN!
- Fellow writers, read some good news over at C.J.'s Daily Grind to remind yourself that the path is not always a difficult one. CONGRATS on all your success, C.J.
- More from Ian LeWinter over at Overbury Ink in Why We Write, Part 4. And if you missed Part 1 & Part 2 & Part 3.
- Book reviews that caught my eye this week, and the books that got added to my GoodReads to-read list:
- Wished I could have added Dark Legion by Isabella Jordan, reviewed on Bitten by Books, but it's not on GoodReads.
- This review of Blood Cross by Faith Hunter over at Book Lovers, Inc read good enough that I put the first in the series, Skinwalker, in my queue.
- I've seen the book cover to Shift, by Rachel Vincent everywhere this past week. Does that mean I should read the Shifters series? Will I like it or hate it? So I decided to take a moment and read the interview with the author over at Fantasy Literature. Nothing really grabbed me hard about the series, but I did go ahead and put Stray in my to-read list. The reviews are all over the place though, so this one will get ordered up from the library.
- Angelology, and if you hurry, you can enter to win a free copy.
- Don't miss these every week:
All About Writing & Publishing
- One of my favorite posts this week was Contests and My Tedious Ramblings About E-Piracy & Publishers' Websites over at Vampire Wire. I suggest you read through the comments as well.
- I had to chuckle a little reading Seven Questions You Should Never Ask a Writer over at Storytellers Unplugged.
- A link to All About Sequels came to me from Supriya Savkoor, fellow Wicked Writer. I enjoyed his post as well as a few older ones, and sure hope I don't have acute sequelitis. He sure opened my eyes to the publishing industries take on new writers publishing serial novels.
- This scares me: How Publishers Can Use Virtual Currency
Other Blog Tours
- Wasn't sure I'd find one this week, but WOW came through. Bonnie Hearn Hill, YA author of Aries Rising, launches her blog tour! Doesn't see look a little like Frasier's agent, what was her name? Bebee?