Happy (Easter) Sunday everybody!!!
The lucky winner of a copy of Rotters is…
Courtney (comment #8)
Congrats! You know the drill – send us an email (contact AT thebooksmugglers DOT com) with your snail mail address, and we will get your winnings to you as soon as possible.
Orbit Short Fiction
Orbit books has just launched a pretty cool endeavour: a digital short fiction program at Orbit Short Fiction , offering original stories from some of their authors. The stories will be available at all major ebook retailers – initially in the US, further afield in the very near future.
They got a fantastic launch list of stories including apocalyptic SF from zombie-maven Mira Grant, kick-ass urban fantasy stories from Jaye Wells and Jennifer Rardin, and military SF from newcomer T.C. McCarthy. And there’s plenty more to come, including Perfect Shadow, an original novella by New York Times bestselling author Brent Weeks, available in June.
This Week on The Book Smugglers
On Monday, we will be hosting the lovely Kate Noble, as she celebrates the release of her new book Follow My Lead (which is awesome) with a piece on Inspirations and Influences plus a giveaway.
On Tuesday, we are happy to kick off Meg Cabot’s blog tour for her newest release Abandon with a guest post and a giveaway…
On Wednesday, Ana reviews 2011 Morris Award finalist Hold Me Closer, Necromancer by Lish McBride
On Thursday, Thea reviews The Swan Maiden by Heather Tomlinson
Finally, on Friday we post our joint review of the highly acclaimed Fantasy novel The Dragon’s Path by Daniel Abraham.
And that’s it from us today, as usual we remain…
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