Hello everybody, happy Sunday to all!
The winner of the Riders of the Apocalypse series by Jackie Morse Kessler is:
Congratulations to the winner! We’ll be contacting you directly for your snail mail address, but in case you’re feeling frisky and want to reach out to us first, send an email to: contact AT thebooksmugglers DOT com.
And don’t forget, we are still running the giveaway of one copy of Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan. Enter HERE.
In case you missed it: last Friday we announced that submissions for Speculative Fiction 2013 are now open. Go HERE to read more about the collection, our goals as editors and how you can send your submissions.
This Week on The Book Smugglers:
On Monday, Thea posts her review of Strangelets by Michelle Gagnon. Later in the day, we are pleased to host Wesley Chu, author of The Lives of Tao, with a post on Inspirations & Influences
On Tuesday, the Unbreakable Blog Tours stops here and then Thea reviews Unraveling, the first in the series by Elizabeth Norris
Thea takes over this week’s Old School Wednesdays with a review of The Keeper of Isis Light by Monica Hughes, first published in 1981
On Thursday, Ana reviews Bitter Greens, a reinvention of Rapunzel by Australian author Kate Forsyth
Then we have a super busy day on Friday. First, we kick-start a series of cool, exclusive image reveals for the artwork in The Resurrectionist by E.B. Hudspeth (and a giveaway). Then, Freda Warrington stops by to talk Inspirations & Influences for the last book in the Aetherial Tales trilogy, Grail of the Summer Stars. Finally, over at Kirkus, Ana reviews A Stranger in Olondria by Sofia Samatar
It’s another busy at Casa de Smugglers, folks. Hope you will stick around and as usual, we remain…
~ Your Friendly Neighborhood Book Smugglers