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Interview with Hanna Martine and Giveaway - June 6, 2012

Please welcome Hanna Martine to The Qwillery as part of the 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interviews. Hanna's debut, Liquid Lies (The Elementals 1), will be published on July 3, 2012 by Berkley.


TQ:  What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk?

Hanna:  Quirk? Everything I do is perfectly normal! In all seriousness, I'm not sure. Most of my quirks I've accepted and adopted as part of my creative process. I draft best on my laptop in really noisy places with lots of activity, like restaurants or coffee shops. I love white noise and can't write to music with words. I only edit on paper, and I can only input those paper edits on my desktop computer, which is located in a windowless basement office I have named The Cave.

TQ: Who are some of your favorite writers? Who do you feel has influenced your writing?

Hanna:  I view J.R. Ward and Suzanne Brockmann's novels as a master class on deep point of view. Harper Fox's atmospheric prose is to die for. Ann Aguirre's sense of story pacing is incomparable. I like to think each of these talented women has influenced my writing, but really all I'm doing is praying to be like them one day.

TQ:  Are you a plotter or a pantser?

Hanna:  I'm a pretty serious plotter, but I leave lots of wiggle room for pantsing as I go along. Stuff continually changes. I never marry anything--that was such an important and difficult rule to learn in my process. When I clung to certain characters or plot points or turns of phrase, I realized I was trying to fit square pegs into round holes. When I learned to let the story direct itself, rather than me shoving it into places it didn't want to go, my plotting and pantsing became amiable bedfellows.

TQ:  What is the most challenging thing for you about writing?

Hanna:  The phase after I bang out my complete zero draft is when I take a critical eye to the flow of the story, the character arcs and the general plot issues. The zero draft is a sloppy mess of backstory, random scenes, clunky dialogue, telling instead of showing, etc. There are incomplete paragraphs, scenes, even sentences. Revising the zero draft is always a major overhaul to the book, and after the high of completing a full manuscript, it is always daunting and makes me feel like the world is meaningless and full of pain. It's a huge struggle to rewrite at this stage, but once I get over the hump, it becomes a major triumph.

TQ:  Describe Liquid Lies in 140 characters or less.

Hanna:  Hot, ex-military mercenary with shaved head has got it bad for the smart, driven water-magic sorceress he's been hired to kidnap.

TQ:  What inspired you to write Liquid Lies?

Hanna:  A single scene just came to me one day: A human mercenary who'd been hired to kidnap a woman with magic was being ripped away from her, calling into question everything he'd believed about his life. That scene doesn't exactly appear in the final book, but it was the bullseye from which I built the story outward.

When I was devising my heroine's system of magic, I was thinking about characters who were the complete opposite of myself. I had also just come from working a decade in an office, so that culture was pretty ingrained in my mind. I made my heroine a driven corporate climber and a water elemental. I did not enjoy the business world and I'm absolutely terrified of water. It seemed like a fun and challenging thing to explore, and lo, my heroine and her magical world were born.

TQ:  What sort of research did you do for Liquid Lies?

Hanna:  I had to look up the depths of the U.S.'s deepest lakes. (Crater Lake is #1, Lake Tahoe #2, in case you're wondering.) I did a lot with maps, trying to figure out distances between states and cities, and planning routes. The rest came from my head.

TQ:  Who was the easiest character to write and why? Hardest and why?

Hanna:  Gwen, my heroine, was the easiest to write. Probably because my early drafts of this book were entirely in her first-person point of view. I had her pretty well figured out, and when I know a character that in depth, he/she comes out on the page fairly easily. Xavier was the most difficult, because his story was just so sad and painful to get out. Taking him from where he is when the story opens to where he is when it ends--with a limited number of POV chapters--was a challenge. But a good one.

TQ:  Without giving anything away, what is/are your favorite scene(s) in Liquid Lies?

Hanna:  I love Gwen and Reed's first kiss. The emotion fueling it isn't what you'd expect, and I love how they come at it with completely different mindsets. Originally the scene was written in Gwen's POV, but ultimately I felt it was stronger in Reed's, so I switched it.

The very last chapter is also a favorite of mine. I'm a chronic reviser/rewriter and my drafts are drastically different from one to the next, but the final chapter of LIQUID LIES (and it's a romance, so you can get some idea of how it ends) barely changed from first draft to final. It just felt right to me, from the moment it came from my fingers. I'm proud of the emotion, the dialogue, the situation, and the character connection.

TQ:  What's next?

Hanna:  The follow-up to LIQUID LIES, the second book in The Elementals series titled TASTE OF ICE, will release January 2013. I also have a novella, taking place in the Elementals world, that will appear in a paranormal romance anthology, tentatively titled UNBOUND, coming from Berkley Sensation (release date TBD). I love to write erotic romance, and I'll have a short story called "In the Dog House" in the anthology ONLY YOU, coming from Cleis Press (release date TBD).

TQ:  Thank you for joining us at The Qwillery.

Hanna:  Thank you so much for having me!



About The Elementals

Liquid Lies
The Elementals 1
Berkley, July 3, 2012
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 368 pages

Interview with Hanna Martine and Giveaway - June 6, 2012
Magic is corporate America's best-kept secret, and Gwen Carroway is the best at selling it...

With her ability to pick up any language in an instant, Gwen Carroway is taking her family business global. As dutiful future leader of water elementals, she'll do anything to protect her people's secrets and bloodlines--including enter an arranged marriage. Inside, however, she yearns for the forbidden.

Reed is a mercenary addicted to the money and adrenaline rush of his work. After he inadvertently saves Gwen's life, he ignites her taboo desire for men without magic--and with bodies of gods. Just as things heat up, Reed discovers that Gwen is exactly who he's been hired to kidnap. He resolves to put work before lust, yet her luscious beauty and fiery spirit unravel him...

But there is a terrible truth behind Gwen's family business--and now, caught between the kinsmen she no longer trusts and an enemy bent on vengeance, the only ally she has is her abductor...



About Hanna

Interview with Hanna Martine and Giveaway - June 6, 2012
Hanna Martine's only goal growing up was to become a writer, specifically a fantasy writer. That dream stuck until she realized that most speculative fiction novels faded to black during the best parts or skipped over love stories altogether. When she discovered paranormal romance and urban fantasy, she found the genre of her heart. After the arrival of her daughter, she couldn't think of a better lesson to teach the little one than: Have a dream. Go after it. Be fulfilled. So she set aside all thoughts of returning to the business world and focused on writing and learning about the industry. She finished two novels before coming up with the idea for the world of The Elementals. She joined the Romance Writers of America (RWA), placed in numerous contests, and found an agent and editor who believed in her unique stories. She loves writing about secret worlds, magic, and the intense emotional and physical relationships that exist within them.

Find Hanna:  Website, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Goodreads




The Giveaway

THE RULES

What:  One commenter will win a copy of Liquid Lies (The Elementals 1) from The Qwillery. Please note that the novel is not out until July 3, 2012.

How:  Leave a comment answering the following question:

If you were an Elemental, what would your element be?

Please remember - if you don't answer the question your entry will not be counted.

You may receive additional entries by:

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3)   Mentioning the giveaway on your on blog or website. It must be your own blog or website; not a website that belongs to someone else or a site where giveaways, contests, etc. are posted.

There are a total of 4 entries you may receive: Comment (1 entry), Follower (+1 entry), Facebook and/or Twitter (+ 1 entry), and personal blog/website mention (+1 entry). This is subject to change again in the future for future giveaways.

Please leave links for Facebook, Twitter, or blog/website mentions. You MUST leave a way to contact you.

Who and When:  The contest is open to all humans on the planet earth with a mailing address. Contest ends at 11:59pm US Eastern Time on Wednesday, June 13, 2012. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 years old or older to enter.

*Giveaway rules are subject to change.*

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012



I have not posted a 2012 Debut Author Challenge Update in a while. I'd like to share some of the newest authors who will be featured in the Challenge as well as share some covers. You can keep up to date with all the 2012 Debut Author Challenge information here.



G. T. Almasi

Blades of Winter
Shadowstorm 1
Del Rey, August 26, 2012
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 368 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
In one of the most exciting debuts in years, G. T. Almasi has fused the intricate cat-and-mouse games of a John le Carré novel with the brash style of comic book superheroes to create a kick-ass alternate history that reimagines the Cold War as a clash of spies with biological, chemical, and technological enhancements.

Nineteen-year-old Alix Nico, a self-described “million-dollar murder machine,” is a rising star in ExOps, a covert-action agency that aggressively shields the United States from its three great enemies: the Soviet Union, Greater Germany, and the Nationalist Republic of China. Rather than risk another all-out war, the four superpowers have poured their resources into creating superspies known as Levels.

Alix is one of the hottest young American Levels. That’s no surprise: Her dad was America’s top Level before he was captured and killed eight years ago. But when an impulsive decision explodes—literally—in her face, Alix uncovers a conspiracy that pushes her to her limits and could upset the global balance of power forever.



Steve Bein

Daughter of the Sword
Fated Blades 1
Roc, October 2, 2012
Trade Paperback and eBook, 400 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
May not be final cover
ANCIENT POWER

Mariko Oshiro is not your average Tokyo cop. As the only female detective in the city’s most elite police unit, she has to fight for every ounce of respect, especially from her new boss. While she wants to track down a rumored cocaine shipment, he gives her the least promising case possible. But the case—the attempted theft of an old samurai sword—proves more dangerous than anyone on the force could have imagined.

The owner of the sword, Professor Yasuo Yamada, says it was crafted by the legendary Master Inazuma, a sword smith whose blades are rumored to have magical qualities. The man trying to steal it already owns another Inazuma—one whose deadly power eventually comes to control all who wield it. Or so says Yamada, and though he has studied swords and swordsmanship all his life, Mariko isn’t convinced.

But Mariko’s skepticism hardly matters. Her investigation has put her on a collision course with a curse centuries old and as bloodthirsty as ever. She is only the latest in a long line of warriors and soldiers to confront this power, and even the sword she learns to wield herself could turn against her.



Leigh Evans

The Trouble With Fate
Mystwalker 1
St. Martin's Paperbacks, December 26, 2012
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 368 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
The Back Cover copy from Leigh Evans website.
I HAVE TWO WORDS FOR WEREWOLVES:

My name is Hedi Peacock and I have a secret. I’m not human, and I have the pointy Fae ears and Were inner-bitch to prove it. As fairy tales go, my childhood was damn near perfect, all fur and magic until a werewolf killed my father and the Fae executed my mother. I’ve never forgiven either side. Especially Robson Trowbridge. He was a part-time werewolf, a full-time bastard, and the first and only boy I ever loved. That is, until he became the prime suspect in my father’s death…

BITE ME.

Today I’m a half-breed barista working at a fancy coffee house, living with my loopy Aunt Lou and a temperamental amulet named Merry, and wondering where in the world I’m going in life. A pretty normal existence, considering. But when a pack of Weres decides to kidnap my aunt and force me to steal another amulet, the only one who can help me is the last person I ever thought I’d turn to: Robson Trowbridge. And he’s as annoyingly beautiful as I remember. That’s the trouble with fate: Sometimes it barks. Other times it bites. And the rest of the time it just breaks your heart. Again…

First in the incredible new Mystwalker series!



Max Gladstone

Three Parts Dead
Tor, October 2, 2012
Hardcover and eBook, 336 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
A god has died, and it’s up to Tara, first-year associate in the international necromantic firm of Kelethres, Albrecht, and Ao, to bring Him back to life before His city falls apart.

Her client is Kos, recently deceased fire god of the city of Alt Coulumb. Without Him, the metropolis’s steam generators will shut down, its trains will cease running, and its four million citizens will riot.

Tara’s job: resurrect Kos before chaos sets in. Her only help: Abelard, a chain-smoking priest of the dead god, who’s having an understandable crisis of faith.

When Tara and Abelard discover that Kos was murdered, they have to make a case in Alt Coulumb’s courts—and their quest for the truth endangers their partnership, their lives, and Alt Coulumb’s slim hope of survival.

Set in a phenomenally built world in which justice is a collective force bestowed on a few, craftsmen fly on lightning bolts, and gargoyles can rule cities, Three Parts Dead introduces readers to an ethical landscape in which the line between right and wrong blurs.



Alex Hughes

Clean
Mindspace Investigations 1
Roc, September 4, 2012
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 352 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
Adam used to work for the Telepath’s Guild before they kicked him out for a drug habit that wasn’t entirely his fault. Now he works for the cops, helping put killers behind bars. His ability to get inside the twisted minds of suspects makes him the best interrogator in the department. But the cops don’t trust the telepaths, the Guild doesn’t trust Adam, a serial killer is stalking the city—and Adam is aching for a fix. But he needs to solve this case. Adam’s just had a vision of the future: he’s the next to die. [may not be final blurb]



Hanna Martine

Liquid Lies
The Elementals 1
Berkley, July 3, 2012
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 368 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
Magic is corporate America's best-kept secret, and Gwen Carroway is the best at selling it...

With her ability to pick up any language in an instant, Gwen Carroway is taking her family business global. As dutiful future leader of water elementals, she'll do anything to protect her people's secrets and bloodlines--including enter an arranged marriage. Inside, however, she yearns for the forbidden.

Reed is a mercenary addicted to the money and adrenaline rush of his work. After he inadvertently saves Gwen's life, he ignites her taboo desire for men without magic--and with bodies of gods. Just as things heat up, Reed discovers that Gwen is exactly who he's been hired to kidnap. He resolves to put work before lust, yet her luscious beauty and fiery spirit unravel him...

But there is a terrible truth behind Gwen's family business--and now, caught between the kinsmen she no longer trusts and an enemy bent on vengeance, the only ally she has is her abductor...



Tom Pollock

The City's Son
The Skyscraper Throne 1
Flux, September 9, 2012
Hardcover and eBook, 480 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
Running from her traitorous best friend and her estranged father, graffiti artist Beth Bradley is looking for sanctuary. What she finds is Filius, the ragged and cocky crown prince of London’s mystical underworld. Filius opens Beth’s eyes to the city she’s never truly seen—where vast spiders crawl telephone wires seeking voices to steal, railwraiths escape their tethers, and statues conceal an ancient priesthood robed in bronze.

But it all teeters on the brink of destruction. Amid rumors that Filius’s goddess mother will soon return from her 15-year exile, Reach, a malign god of urban decay, wants the young prince dead. Helping Filius raise an alleyway army to reclaim his skyscraper throne, Beth soon forgets her old life. But when her best friend is captured, Beth must choose between this wondrous existence and the life she left behind.



Michael Poore

Up Jumps the Devil
Ecco, July 3, 2012
Trade Paperback and eBook, 368 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
John Scratch, the Devil himself, is the protagonist in this stunningly imaginative, sharp, funny, and tender novel, as he tricks, teases, and prods America to greatness in the hope of luring his lost love back down to Earth from Heaven. Up Pops the Devil is fiction with humor and heart, the kind of hilarious, off-beat, and original reading experience that fans of Chris Moore, Joe Hill, Chuck Palahniuk, and Jim Shepard would sell their souls for—a brilliant blending of the occult and the outrageous starring the anti-hero of anti-heroes, the one and only Prince of Darkness.



Megan Powell

No Peace for the Damned
Damned 1
47th North, July 10, 2012
Trade Paperback and eBook

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
“In that last moment of consciousness I had to chastise myself. I was not supposed to live in this world without violence and pain. And I was an idiot to have ever let myself think otherwise.”

After a lifetime of painful imprisonment, Magnolia Kelch has finally escaped her family’s estate. Unfortunately, the outside world holds its own dangers and freedom can be a precarious thing. When a collision inadvertently pulls Magnolia into The Network – an underground organization fighting against supernatural terrorists the world over – she has to decide just how many new experiences she can handle and just how far she’s willing to go to protect her freedom.



Roberta Trahan

The Well of Tears
The Dream Stewards 1
47North, September 18, 2012
Trade Paperback and eBook

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
More than five centuries after Camelot, a new king heralded by prophecy has appeared. As one of the last sorceresses of a dying order sworn to protect the new ruler at all costs, Alwen must answer a summons she thought she might never receive.

Bound by oath, Alwen returns to Fane Gramarye, the ancient bastion of magic standing against the rise of evil. For alongside the prophecy of the benevolent king, a darker foretelling envisions the land overrun by a demonic army and cast into ruin.

Alwen has barely set foot in her homeland when she realizes traitors lurk within the Stewardry, threatening to destroy it. To thwart the corruption and preserve her order, Alwen must draw upon power she never knew she possessed and prepare to sacrifice everything she holds dear—even herself. If she fails, the prophecy of peace will be banished, and darkness will rule.



Michael R. Underwood

Geekomancy
Pocket Star, July 10, 2012
eBook, 400 pages

2012 Debut Author Challenge Update - June 5, 2012
Clerks meets Buffy the Vampire the Slayer in this original urban fantasy eBook about Geekomancers—humans that derive supernatural powers from pop culture.

Ree Reyes’s life was easier when all she had to worry about was scraping together tips from her gig as a barista and comicshop slave to pursue her ambitions as a screenwriter.

When a scruffy-looking guy storms into the shop looking for a comic like his life depends on it, Ree writes it off as just another day in the land of the geeks. Until a gigantic “BOOM!” echoes from the alley a minute later, and Ree follows the rabbit hole down into her town’s magical flip-side. Here, astral cowboy hackers fight trolls, rubber-suited werewolves, and elegant Gothic Lolita witches while wielding nostalgia-powered props.

Ree joins Eastwood (aka Scruffy Guy), investigating a mysterious string of teen suicides as she tries to recover from her own drag-your-heart-through-jagged-glass breakup. But as she digs deeper, Ree discovers Eastwood may not be the knight-in-cardboard armor she thought. Will Ree be able to stop the suicides, save Eastwood from himself, and somehow keep her job?

The View From Monday - June 4, 2012

Happy first Monday in June! There is a lot happening at The Qwillery this week:


Monday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Guest Blog by Michael Poore. Up Jumps the Devil will be published on .

Tuesday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Rhiannon Held. Silver will be published on June 5, 2012.

Wednesday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Hanna Martine. Liquid Lies will be published on July 3, 2012.

Thursday -  Interview with G.J. Koch, the author of Alexander Outland: Space Pirate (Night Shade Books, June 5, 2012).

Friday - Guest Blog by Laura Kaye - Seven Elements of Sexual Tension. Seduced by the Vampire King (Vampire Warrior Kings #2) was published on June 1, 2012.

Saturday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with E.J. Swift. Osiris (Osiris Project 1) will be published on June 5, 2012.

Sunday - Authors After Dark Author Spotlight Interview with Virna DePaul.


There are many books out this week! A book shopping list in PDF format may be found by clicking HERE. Click "File" on the left and then "Print (PDF).


June 4, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Postmodern Science Fiction and Temporal Imagination
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Elana Gomel Literary Criticism
Finding Magic (e)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Stacia Kane UF - Downside Novella



June 5, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
The Spirit War
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Rachel Aaron F - Legend of Eli Monpress 4
Spellcrossed
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Barbara Ashford F - Crossroads Theater 2
Mother of Storms (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
John Barnes SF
When Shadows Call (e)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Amanda Bonilla UF - Shaede Assassin Novellas
Fury of Ice
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Coreene Callahan PNR - Dragonfury 2
Accidentally Dead, Again
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Dakota Cassidy PNR - Accidentals 6
Ready Player One (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Ernest Cline SF
Chaos Burning
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Lauren Dane PNR Bound by Magick 2
Blood of Innocence
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Tami Dane UF - Sloan Skye 2
Undead and Unstable
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
MaryJanice Davidson PNR - Undead / Queen Betsy 11
Fascinated
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Marissa Day PNR
A Caress of Wings (e)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Sylvia Day PNR - Renegade Angels Novella
Mortal
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Ted Dekker
Tosca Lee
SF/AH - Mortals 2
How to Build an Android: The True Story of Philip K. Dick's Robotic Resurrection
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
David F. Dufty SF/S
After Life (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Rhian Ellis S/M
Hex Appeal
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
P. N. Elrod (ed) UF - Anthology
1636: The Kremlin Games
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Eric Flint SF - Ring of Fire 14
Beneath the Shadows (US d)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Sara Foster GS
All That Falls
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Kimberly Frost PNR - Etherlin 2
For Heaven's Eyes Only (h2mm)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Simon R. Green UF - Secret Histories 5
Live and Let Drood
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Simon R. Green UF - Secret Histories 6
Bury Elminster Deep (h2mm)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Ed Greenwood F - Sage of Shadowdale 3
Kiss the Dead
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Laurell K. Hamilton UF - Anita Blake Vampire Hunter 21
KOP Killer
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Warren Hammond SF - Kop 3
Devil's Gate (e)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Thea Harrison PNR - Elder Races Novella
Visions of Chains
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Regan Hastings PNR - Awakening 3
Silver (d)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Rhiannon Held UF
The Last Four Things (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paul Hoffman F - Left Hand of God 2
Sworn in Steel
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Douglas Hulick F - Tale of the Kin 2
The Mage (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Jean Johnson PNR - Sons of Destiny 8
The Great Hunt (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Robert Jordan F - Wheel of Time 2
The Zombie Tarot: An Oracle of the Undead with Deck and Instructions
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paul Kepple Zombies / Tarot Cards
Messenger's Angel
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Heather Killough-Walden PNR - Lost Angels 2
Rise of The Governor (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Robert Kirkman
Jay Bonansinga
H/Z - Walking Dead
Alexander Outland: Space Pirate
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
G.J. Koch SF
Cold Fire (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Dean Koontz H
Home From the Sea
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Mercedes Lackey F - Elemental Masters 8
Unnatural Issue (h2mm)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Mercedes Lackey F - Elemental Masters 7
Genesis of Evil
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Nile J. Limbaugh H
The Girl Who Heard Dragons (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Anne McCaffrey F - Dragonriders of Pern
The Broken Universe
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paul Melko SF - Walls of the Universe 2
Ghost Soldiers
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Keith Melton UF - The Nightfall Syndicate 2
Samantha Moon
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
J.R. Rain PNR - Vampire for Hire 1 - 4
Disappearing Nightly (ri)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Laura Resnick UF - Esther Diamond 1
Blue Remembered Earth
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Alastair Reynolds SF - Poseidon's Children 1
Vengeance Moon
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Lee Roland PNR - Earth Witches 2
Incarnate
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
A. C. Ruttan PNR - Portal Keepers 1
Redshirts: A Novel with Three Codas
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
John Scalzi SF
Blood Kin
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
M.J. Scott F - Half-Light City 2
B-Movie Reels
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Alan Spencer H
The Craving
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Jason Starr UF/H - Pack 2
Osiris (d)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
E.J. Swift SF - The Osiris Project 1
Prepare to Die!
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paul Tobin F
Corpse in the Crystal Ball
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Kari Lee Townsend PCM - Fortune Teller 2
The Mammoth Book of Steampunk
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Sean Wallace (ed) SP - Anthology
Amped
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Daniel H. Wilson SF
Moondogs (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Alexander Yates SF
Judgment at Proteus
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Timothy Zahn SF - Quadrail 5



June 6, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Obsession: Tales of Irresistible Desire
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Paula Guran (ed) F - Anthology
Dead as a Doornail (show tie-in)
The View From Monday - June 4, 2012
Charlaine Harris UF - Sookie Stackhouse / Southern Vampire 5
Worldsoul
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Liz Williams F - Worldsoul Trilogy  1



d - Debut
e - eBook
h2emm - Hardcover to Enhanced Mass Market Paperback
(larger than a Mass Market Paperback)
h2mm - Hardcover to Mass Market Paperback
h2tp - Hardcover to Trade Paperback
ri - Reissue or Reprint
tp2mm - Trade to Mass Market Paperback

AH - Alternate History
F - Fantasy
GS - Gothic Suspense
H - Horror
M - Mystery
PCM - Paranormal Cozy Mystery
PNR - Paranormal Romance
S - Supernatural
Sc - Science
SF - Science Fiction
SP - Steampunk
UF - Urban Fantasy
Z - Zombies
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