Nov 23

Shadowed Souls is a B&N Bookseller’s Pick for November

Shadowed Souls edited by Jim Butcher and Kerrie L. Hughes is one of the B&N Bookseller’s Picks: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Books of November 2016!

“Butcher and Hughes offer up a kickass anthology of urban fantasy featuring some of the best names in the genre. With stories from Butcher, Rob Thurman, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Tanya Huff, Jim C. Hines, Seanan McGuire, and more, it’s a can’t-lose proposition made even better by the appearance of some of your favorite characters. Butcher’s “Cold Case” opens the anthology in grand style with a momentous case for Lady Molly, a familiar face from The Dresden Files novels; other standouts include stories set in the worlds of Seanan McGuire’s InCryptid series and Tanya Huff’s Vicki Nelson. It’s a must-read collection for any fan of urban fantasy.” — Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi and Fantasy

Nov 21

Ninefox Gambit on Amazon’s Best Books of 2016 list

Ninefox Gambit by Yoon Ha Lee is on Amazon’s Best Books of 2016: Science Fiction & Fantasy list!

Nov 18

Shadowed Souls debuts on USA Today bestseller list!

Shadowed Souls edited by Jim Butcher and Kerrie L. Hughes debuts at #77 on the USA Today’s Best-selling Books list!

Nov 15

RT Book Reviews on Shadowed Souls

Shadowed Souls edited by Jim Butcher and Kerrie L. Hughes

“Most times heroes/heroines are in the good-rather-than-evil camp, but what if behavior that is considered “good vs. evil” is in the eye of the beholder? Eleven of today’s most talented authors take on this theme and serve up a variety of intriguing, if sometimes dark, short stories. Most of the stories feature characters from the various author’s ongoing series, so readers will enjoy another glimpse into the worlds they have created. A must-read anthology for UF fans!” — RT Book Reviews, 4 stars

Nov 3

The Traitor Baru Cormorant is a B&N Bookseller’s Pick (Again)

The Traitor Baru Cormorant by Seth Dickinson

“One of 2015’s standout fantasy debuts is now in paperback. Baru Cormorant hates the Empire of Falcrest for what it did to her family and her people when she was just a girl: arriving in force upon the shores of their small island, taking control, absorbing her people and erasing the markers of cultural identity deemed “unhygenic” by imperial science. Luckily, Baru is a prodigy when it comes to revenge. To destroy the empire, she must become a part of it, win its trust, and earn a seat at its heart, where she can strike a killing blow. After one book, Seth Dickinson has joined the ranks of the great evil geniuses of speculative fiction, authors able to make you care immensely for incredibly realized, complex, flawed, frustrating, fascinating characters, then to repay your indulgence by doing terrible things to them. But when the book is this well-constructed—wound tight as a watch, the plot ticking along with the intricacy and inevitability of a sweeping second hand—the result is worth the torment.” — Barnes & Noble SFF

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