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What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2


This is the second in this new series of updates about formerly featured Debut Author Challenge authors and their works published since their last update. The year in parentheses after the author's name is the year that author was featured in the Debut Author Challenge.



Part 1 here Part 11 here Part 21 here Part 31 here Part 41 here
Part 2 here Part 12 here Part 22 here Part 32 here Part 42 here
Part 3 here Part 13 here Part 23 here Part 33 here Part 43 here
Part 4 here Part 14 here Part 24 here Part 34 here Part 44 here
Part 5 here Part 15 here Part 25 here Part 35 here Part 45 here
Part 6 here Part 16 here Part 26 here Part 36 here Part 46 here
Part 7 here Part 17 here Part 27 here Part 37 here Part 47 here
Part 8 here Part 18 here Part 28 here Part 38 here Part 48 here
Part 9 here Part 19 here Part 29 here Part 39 here Part 49 here
Part 10 here Part 20 here Part 30 here Part 40 here Part 50 here




Saladin Ahmed (2012)
Madeline Ashby (2012)
Matthew Kressel (2015)
Cat Rambo (2015)
Nisi Shawl (2016)

Cyber World – Tales of Humanity’s Tomorrow
Jason Heller (2012) and Joshua Viola, Editors
Hex Publishers, November 8, 2016
Trade Paperback and eBook, 260 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2
Cybernetics. Neuroscience. Nanotechnology. Genetic engineering. Hacktivism. Transhumanism. The world of tomorrow is already here, and the technological changes we all face have inspired a new wave of stories to address our fears, hopes, dreams, and desires as Homo sapiens evolve—or not—into their next incarnation. Cyber World presents diverse tales of humanity’s tomorrow, as told by some of today’s most gripping science fiction visionaries.

Edited by Hugo Award winner Jason Heller and Joshua Viola.

[For more information and a TOC see this post at Amazing Stories.]





Brooklyn Ann (2013)

His Ruthless Bite
Scandals With Bite 4
Broken Angels, April 15, 2016
eBook and Trade Paperback, 272 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2
The Lord Vampire of Rochester doesn’t do a favor without a price. And now it’s time to collect.

Gavin Drake, Baron of Darkwood is being pestered by nosy neighbors and matchmaking mothers of the mortal nobility. To escape their scrutiny, he concludes that it’s time to take a wife. After witnessing the young vampire Lenore’s loyalty to the Lord of London, he decides she is sufficient for the role.

After surviving kidnapping and abuse from rogue vampires, Lenore Graves wants to help other women recover from their inner wounds. She befriends physician John Elliotson and uses her vampire powers to aid him in using mesmerism on his patients. When the Lord Vampire of London declares that Lenore is the price the Lord Vampire of Rochester demands for aiding him in battle the previous year, she is terrified. Will all of her healing and hard work be destroyed by Ruthless Rochester? And yet, she can’t suppress stirrings of desire at the memory of their potent encounter.

After Gavin assures her that the marriage will be in name only, Lenore reluctantly accepts Gavin’s proposal rather than face potential animosity from her new lord. Determined to continue her work, she invites John Elliotson to Rochester. As they help women recover from traumas, Lenore explores her own inner turmoil and examines her attraction to her husband.

Gavin quickly realizes his marriage is a mistake. His new baroness’s involvement with the mesmerist is damaging his reputation among mortals and vampires alike. He knows he should put a stop to Lenore’s antics— yet her tender heart is warming his own and tempting him to make her his bride in truth.

As Lenore and Gavin’s relationship blossoms, the leader of a gang of rogue vampires embarks on a quest for vengeance against Gavin… using Lenore as his key.


With Vengeance
Hearts of Metal 2
Boroughs Publishing Group, May 18, 2016
eBook and Trade Paperback, 194 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2
Katana James is about to become the studio guitarist for her favorite heavy metal band ever—and meet the musicians, music, and man of her dreams.

SHE MEANS BUSINESS

Twenty-three year old Katana James can shred on the guitar. Not that anyone would know, as she’s spent most of her time working on a popular news and gossip website for Heavy Metal fans since her own band broke up. But her dreams are in reach when she gets an audition to play with her favorite band, Bleeding Vengeance. Kat won’t let her gender, her anxiety disorder, or even the pranks of a malicious stalker stand in her way. The only thing to threaten her focus? A growing fascination with the group’s brilliant, mysterious bass player.

HE OFFERS PLEASURE

Klement Burke has always been the heart, soul and brain of Bleeding Vengeance. He’s the kind of rock star who stays in the shadows, a perfectionist more interested in satisfying his brain than other parts of his body. Until he auditions Katana James. At first it seemed a perfect idea, as he’s been aware of her talent for some time. But meeting her in the flesh ignites thoughts far from professional. Despite the conflict of work, the odds against her falling for a geek like him, and a secret he’s been hiding, his heart, body and soul now belong to Kat.


Unleashing Desire
Brides of Prophecy 4
Broken Angels, August 16, 2016
eBook and Trade Paperback, 308 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2
A setup so perfect… it might just be fate.

Radu Nicolae has spent centuries in a guilt-induced hibernation beneath the ruins of his family castle. The only time he awakens is to feast on the occasional vampire hunter. When Lillian Holmes invades his lair, trying to kill him for a crime he did not commit, he decides it is time to rejoin the world. As he feeds on the inept, but delectable hunter and sees her memories, he realizes that he is being used as a weapon to murder her. Radu does not like being used.

Agent Lillian Holmes, of the Abnormal Investigation Unit, is sent on a mission to kill the vampire who murdered her father. But when she tries to stake Radu, he awakens. When his fangs sink into her throat, she thinks she’s a goner. To her surprise, she wakes up a prisoner. Furthermore, Radu did not kill her father. The AIU killed Joe Holmes and sent Lillian to Radu to die.

Together, they strike a bargain: Lillian will help Radu travel to the United States to reunite with his long lost twin brother. In return, he will help her take down the men who killed her father. As their relationship deepens on their journey, so does the danger. Not only must they keep government agents from finding out that Lillian is alive, but she also has a secret that will rock the foundations of the vampire world. 





Jill Archer (2012)

Pocket Full of Tinder
Noon Onyx 4
Black Willow
Word Count: ~ 85,000
Cover Artist: Rebecca Frank

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2
Noon Onyx is back! In this long-awaited fourth installment, Jill Archer returns readers to the dangerous world of Halja, where demons, angels, and humans coexist in an uneasy state of détente.

Maegester-in-Training Noon Onyx feels like she’s done it all – mastered fiery magic, become an adept fighter, learned the law, killed countless demons, and survived having her heart broken by both love and an arrow, but now she’ll face her greatest challenge yet…

Far to the north lies an outpost famous for its unrest – Rockthorn Gorge. The town’s patron has specifically requested Noon’s help. Her assignment? Help the neophyte demon lord build his fiefdom and keep what’s his. The problem? Lord Aristos – Noon’s new employer – is her erstwhile lover, Ari Carmine, the aforementioned heartbreaker. And the number one thing he wants is her.

When Rockthorn Gorge’s viaduct is destroyed by Displodo, an enigmatic bomber, killing a dozen settlers and wounding scores more, Noon sets off early to aid in the search and rescue. Ari is listed among the missing and the suspects are legion. But Noon’s search is just the beginning. Her journey forces Noon to confront not only those she loves, but also enemies hell-bent on destroying them.





Stephen Aryan (2015)

Bloodmage
Age of Darkness 2
Orbit, April 12, 2016
Trade Paperback and eBook, 528 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2
The people of Perizzi have survived the battlemage war, but their future is looking darker than ever.

BYRNE is a member of the Watch, investigating a series of murders in which the corpse was drained entirely of life.

FRAY's expertise with magic is needed to catch the killer, but working with the Watch destroyed his father, years before.

CHOSS is a champion fighter, trying to diffuse a war in the underworld that threatens to turn the streets red with rivers of blood.

KATJA is a spy from a foreign land, attempting to prevent a massacre that will topple two dynasties and destroy the fragile peace in the city for ever.

Watchmen and spies, assassins and criminals will clash on the streets in this magic-fuelled adventure from the author of Battlemage.


Chaosmage
Age of Darkness 3
Orbit, October 11, 2016
Trade Paperback and eBook, 480 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2
The final book in the epic fantasy trilogy that began with Battlemage - expect fireball-filled battles, otherworldy enemies, and heroically powerful mages

Voechenka is a city under siege. Decimated by the Battlemage War, its dead now walk the city at night, attacking survivors, calling their names and begging the living to join them beyond the grave.

Tammy is a watchman sent to the city to investigate, so the ruling powers can decide whether to help Voechenka or leave it to its grisly fate.

Zannah is a pariah in Voechenka - making up for her people's war crimes by protecting refugees who fear her far more than they fear their unearthly attackers.

Balfruss is a scholar, a traveler . . . and the infamous mage who single-handedly ended the war.

No one else may enter or leave the city - so if this ragtag group of survivors can't figure out what is going on, they'll live out their last few, short days within its walls.
And night is coming on fast . . .





Madeline Asbhy (2012)

Company Town
Tor Books, July 18, 2017
Trade Paperback, 304 pages
Hardcover and eBook, May 17,2016

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2

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Edward Ashton (2015)

Midnight in Absheron: Digital Science Fiction Short Story
Digital Science Fiction, August 18, 2016
Kindle eBook, 25 pages

What's Up for the Debut Author Challenge Authors? - Part 2
Midnight in Absheron
By Edward Ashton
Digital Science Fiction Short Story
Presented by DigitalFictionPub.com

The View From Monday - April 23, 2012

Happy April 23, 2012. On this day in history King Brian of Ireland was murdered by Vikings (1014) and William Shakespeare was born (1564). See if you can weave these fun historical facts into conversation today! [Facts courtesy of History.com]

This week at The Qwillery:

Monday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Guest Post by Cassie AlexanderNightshifted (Edie Spence 1) Cassie's debut, will be published on May 22, 2012.

Tuesday -  Guest Blog by Gabi Stevens - Updating the Fairy Godmother for the 21st Century. Gabi's most recent novel, Wishful Thinking (Time of Transition Trilogy 3), will be published on April 24, 2012.

Wednesday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Shawntelle Madison. Coveted (Coveted 1), Shawntelle's debut, will be published on April 24, 2012.

Thursday - Interview with Lyn Benedict. Lyn's most recent novel, Lies & Omens (Shadows Inquiries 4) will be published on April 24, 2012.


Saturday - Guest Blog by Erin Kellison. Shadow Play (an eNovella) will be published on April 24, 2012.

Sunday - Guest Blog by Isabel Cooper. Lessons After Dark (Englefield 2) Was published on April 3, 2012.


And because of the large number of 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).



April 23, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Gothicka: Vampire Heroes, Human Gods, and the New Supernatural
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Victoria Nelson Literary Criticism





April 24, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Sevin
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Elizabeth Amber PNR - Lords of Satyr 7
The High Crusade (ri)
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Poul Anderson SF
Lies & Omens
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Lyn Benedict UF - Shadows Inquiries 4
Star Trek: DTI: Forgotten History
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Christopher L. Bennett SF - Star Trek
Summoning the Night
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Jenn Bennett UF - Arcadia Bell 2
Passion Play (h2mm)
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Beth Bernobich F - River of Souls 1
Deadly Descendant
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Jenna Black UF - Nikki Glass 2
Dreadnaught (h2mm)
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Jack Campbell SF - Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier 1
The Burning Man
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Mark Chadbourn F - Kingdom of the Serpent 2
Hard Magic (h2mm)
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Larry Correia UF - Grimnoir Chronicles 1
Battleship
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Peter David SF
Undead and Undermined (h2mm)
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MaryJanice Davidson PNR - Queen Betsy 10
Void Stalker
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Aaron Dembski-Bowden SF - Warhammer 40,000: Night Lords
Warrior
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Kristina Douglas PNR - Fallen 3
Architect of Fate
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Christian Dunn SF - Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Battles
The Crippled God (h2mm)
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Steven Erikson F - Malazan Book of the Fallen 10
Siege
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Rhiannon Frater H/PA/Z - As the World Dies 3
Scourge
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Jeff Grubb SF - Star Wars
Evil Dark
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Justin Gustainis UF - Occult Crime Unit Investigations 2
Champion of Mars
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Guy Haley SF
Tricked
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Kevin Hearne UF - Iron Druid Chronicles 4
Kiss of Pride
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Sandra Hill PNR - Deadly Angels 1
Lance of Earth and Sky
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Erin Hoffman F - The Chaos Knight 2
Second Grave on the Left (tp2mm)
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Darynda Jones UF - Charley Davidson 2
The Wind Through the Keyhole
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Stephen King F - Dark Tower 8
All for You
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Lynn Kurland PNR
The Night Sessions
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Ken MacLeod SF
Coveted (d)
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Shawntelle Madison UF - Coveted 1
Fevre Dream (ri)
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George R.R. Martin F
Fort Freak
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George R.R. Martin SF - Wild Cards 21
Into the Dreaming (ri)
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Karen Marie Moning PNR/TTR - Highlander
First Strike (tp2mm)
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Eric Nylund SF - Halo
Shadow Blizzard
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Alexey Pehov F - Chronicles of Siala 3
The Hot Gate (h2mm)
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John Ringo SF - Troy Rising 3
Obsidian Flame
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Caris Roane PNR - World of Ascension 5
Under a Vampire Moon
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Lynsay Sands PNR - Argeneau 16
The Pack (h2mm)
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Jason Starr PS - The Pack 1
Hex (h2mm)
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Allen Steele SF - Coyote 8
The Prophet
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Amanda Stevens UF - Graveyard Queen 3
Wishful Thinking
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Gabi Stevens PNR - Time of Transition Trilogy 3
Wicked Road to Hell
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Juliana Stone PNR - League of Guardians 1
Coalition's End (h2mm)
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Karen Traviss SF - Gears of War 4
Bitter Seeds (h2mm)
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Ian Tregillis HF/AH - Raybould Marsh 1
The Children of the Sky (h2mm)
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Vernor Vinge SF - Zones of Thought 3
The Nekropolis Archives
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Tim Waggoner UF - Matt Richter 1-3
On the Prowl
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Christine Warren UF - The Others 6
Night Angel
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Brent Weeks F - The Complete Night Angel Trilogy
Rage of the Dragon
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Margaret Weis
Tracy Hickman
F - Dragonships of Vindras 3
32 Fangs: A Final Vampire Tale
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
David Wellington H - Laura Caxton 4
Blackbirds (d)
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Chuck Wendig UF - Miriam Black 1
Dead Winter
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CL Werner F - Time of Legends 11
Extremis (h2mm)
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Steve White
Charles E. Gannon
SF - Starfire 6
Hunted
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Rebecca Zanetti PNR - Dark Protectors 3





April 26, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Nancy Atherton PCM - Aunt Dimity 17
Red, White and Blood
The View From Monday - April 23, 2012
Christopher Farnsworth ST- Nathaniel Cade 3



d - debut
h2mm - Hardcover to Mass Market Paperback
ri - Reissue
tp2mm - Trade Paperback to Mass Market Paperback

AH - Alternate History
F - Fantasy
H - Horror
HF- Historical Fantasy
PA - Post Apocalyptic
PCM - Paranormal Cozy Mystery
PNR - Paranormal Romance
PS - Paranormal Suspense
SF - Science Fiction
ST - Supernatural Thriller
TTR - Time Travel Romance
UF - Urban Fantasy
Z - Zombies

Interview with Saladin Ahmed - March 26, 2012

Please welcome Saladin Ahmed to The Qwillery as part of the 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interviews. Throne of the Crescent Moon (The Crescent Moon Kingdoms 1), Saladin's debut novel, was published in February 2012.


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

Saladin:  Those questions are inseparable for me, as all my favorite writers have influenced me. Some names that come to mind: Fritz Leiber, Borges, Melville, Maxine Hong Kingston, Whitman, Naguib Mahfouz, Chris Claremont, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, Malcolm X, Robert Jordan, Kerouac, Lorca, Emma Goldman, Andre Breton, and Gary Gygax.

TQ:  Are you a plotter or a pantser?

Saladin:  Both. I 'pants' big chunks of text - this may sound too mystical for some, but long passages of text sometimes just come to me whole cloth from God knows where. But stitching those fragments together is very much a plotter's work.

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

Saladin:  Finding time to do it. I have twin toddlers. :)

TQ:  Describe Throne of the Crescent Moon in 140 characters or less.

Saladin:  "Wide-eyed 80s fantasy meets The New Gritty fantasy meets the Arabian Nights." Hey, that's only 70 characters! TWITTER SKILLS FTW!

TQ:   What inspired you to write Throne of the Crescent Moon?

Saladin:  There's a VERY long answer to that, but mostly I suppose it was a kind of natural byproduct of A) Growing up geek + B) Growing up as an Arab American.

TQ:  What sort of research did you do for Throne of the Crescent Moon?

Saladin:  The 'A whole fucking lot' sort. :) While my upbringing and travels have 'armed' me with a familiarity for the smells and sights and sounds of the Middle East, I also read a ton of books. If I were to recommend a single volume, it would be James Lindsay's stunningly useful Daily Life in the Medieval Islamic World.

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

Saladin:  Despite our differences in age, Adoulla was pretty easy for me to write - I'm basically a grumpy old man at heart. Zamia, a teenage tribeswoman, was quite tough for me. To quote The Wire writer David Simon: "I tend to suspect that my female characters are, to quote a famous criticism of Hemingway, men with tits. I think it is among my weaknesses..." I'm trying to 'fail better' at this, but it ain't easy.

TQ:  Without giving anything away, what is/are your favorite scene(s) in Throne of the Crescent Moon?

Saladin:  There's a moment, right before the novel's big climactic battle, where a minor character makes the quasi-medieval Arabic equivalent of a 'Your Mom' joke. It's obnoxious to say this about one's own work, but that moment still cracks me up.

TQ:  What's next?

Saladin
- Finishing books II and III of THE CRESCENT MOON KINGDOMS - a few hints about which can be found here.
- Continuing to work with awesome clients via my novel critique/editing service.
- Wrangling my children.

TQ:  Thank you for joining us at The Qwillery.

Saladin:  Thanks a million for having me!


About Throne of the Crescent Moon

Throne of the Crescent Moon
The Crescent Moon Kingdoms 1
DAW, February 7, 2012
Hardcover and eBook, 288 pages

Interview with Saladin Ahmed - March 26, 2012
From Saladin Ahmed, finalist for the Nebula and Campbell Awards, comes one of the year's most anticipated fantasy debuts: THRONE OF THE CRESCENT MOON, a fantasy adventure with all the magic of The Arabian Nights.

The Crescent Moon Kingdoms, home to djenn and ghuls, holy warriors and heretics, are at the boiling point of a power struggle between the iron- fisted Khalif and the mysterious master thief known as the Falcon Prince. In the midst of this brewing rebellion a series of brutal supernatural murders strikes at the heart of the Kingdoms. It is up to a handful of heroes to learn the truth behind these killings.

Doctor Adoulla Makhslood, "the last real ghul hunter in the great city of Dhamsawaat," just wants a quiet cup of tea. Three score and more years old, he has grown weary of hunting monsters and saving lives, and is more than ready to retire from his dangerous and demanding vocation. But when an old flame's family is murdered, Adoulla is drawn back to the hunter's path.

Raseed bas Raseed, Adoulla's young assistant, is a hidebound holy warrior whose prowess is matched only by his piety. But even as Raseed's sword is tested by ghuls and manjackals, his soul is tested when he and Adoulla cross paths with the tribeswoman Zamia.

Zamia Badawi, Protector of the Band, has been gifted with the near- mythical power of the lion-shape, but shunned by her people for daring to take up a man's title. She lives only to avenge her father's death. Until she learns that Adoulla and his allies also hunt her father's killer. Until she meets Raseed.

When they learn that the murders and the Falcon Prince's brewing revolution are connected, the companions must race against time-and struggle against their own misgivings-to save the life of a vicious despot. In so doing they discover a plot for the Throne of the Crescent Moon that threatens to turn Dhamsawaat, and the world itself, into a blood-soaked ruin.


About Saladin

Interview with Saladin Ahmed - March 26, 2012
Saladin Ahmed was born in Detroit and raised in a working-class, Arab American enclave in Dearborn, MI. His short stories have been nominated for the Nebula and Campbell awards, and have appeared in Year’s Best Fantasy and numerous other magazines, anthologies, and podcasts, as well as being translated into five foreign languages. He lives near Detroit with his wife and twin children.

Saladin's Links

Website
Blog
Twitter

The View From Monday - March 26, 2012

It's the last Monday in March. I can't believe how fast this month is flying by! At The Qwillery this week:

Monday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Saladin Ahmed. Throne of the Crescent Moon, Saladin's debut, was published on February 7, 2012.

Tuesday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Steven John. Three A.M., Steven's debut, will be published on March 27, 2012.

Wednesday -  2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Delilah S. Dawson. Wicked as They Come, Delilah's debut, will be published on March 27, 2012.

Thursday - Authors After Dark Author Spotlight Interview with Kayleigh Jamison.

Friday - Authors After Dark Author Spotlight Interview with Nicole Peeler.

Saturday - Guest Blog by J.N. Duncan. The Lingering Dead, the 3rd novel in the Deadworld series, will be published on April 3. 2012.

Sunday - April 2012 Book Releases and 2012 Debut Author Challenge April Debuts


A book shopping list in PDF format may be found by clicking HERE. Click "File" on the left and then "Print (PDF).

March 26, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
The Outcast Blade
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Jon Courtenay Grimwood F - Vampire Assassin Trilogy 2


March 27, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
A Game of Thrones: The Graphic Novel: Volume One
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Daniel Abraham GN/EF - Game of Thrones 1
Shadow and Betrayal
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Daniel Abraham EF - Long Price Quartet Omnibus
Armored
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
John Joseph Adams (ed) SF - Anthology
Temptation Rising
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
A.C. Arthur PNR - The Shadow Shifters
Deliverance
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Dakota Banks UF - Mortal Path 3
Back from the Undead
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
DD Barant UF - Bloodhound Files 3
Range of Ghosts
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Elizabeth Bear
F
The Master of Heathcrest Hall
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Galen Beckett F - Mrs. Quent 3
Sly Mongoose
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Tobias S. Buckell SF - Xenowealth 3
Jack of Ravens
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Mark Chadbourn F - Kingdom of the Serpent 1
To the Galactic Rim
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
A. Bertram Chandler SF - Galactic Rim Omnibus 1
Into the Black
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Evan Currie SF - Odyssey 2
Wicked as They Come (d)
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Delilah S Dawson PNR - Blud 1
The President's Vampire (h2mm)
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Christopher Farnsworth Th/H - Nathaniel Cade 2
1636: The Saxon Uprising
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Eric Flint SF/AH - Ring of Fire 10
Body, Inc.
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Alan Dean Foster
SF
The Unseen
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Heather Graham PT
Phantom Evil (h2mm)
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Heather Graham PRS - Krewe of Hunters 1
Omega Point
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Guy Haley SF - Richards and Klein 2
Dead Reckoning (h2mm)
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Charlaine Harris UF - Sookie Stackhouse 11
Costume Not Included
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Matthew Hughes F - To Hell and Back 2
Secrets of the Fire Sea
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Stephen Hunt F - Jackelian 4
Blood on the Bayou
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Stacey Jay UF - Dead on the Delta 2
Three A.M. (d)
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Steven John Th/AH
Sacrificial Magic
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Stacia Kane UF - Downside Ghosts 4
Retribution (h2mm)
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Sherrilyn Kenyon PNR - Dark-Hunter 21
Bear Meets Girl
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Shelly Laurenston PNR - Pride 7
Age of Aztec
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James Lovegrove SF - Age of 4
The Gathering of the Lost
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Helen Lowe F - The Wall of Night 2
The Alchemist of Souls (d)
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Anne Lyle F - Night Masque 1
Hemlock Grove (d)
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Brian McGreevy H/Gothic
Silent Voices
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Gary McMahon H - The Concrete Grove 2
Lady-Protector
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L. E. Modesitt, Jr. F - Corean Chronicles 8
Blood Secret
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Sharon Page PER - Blood 5
Liminal States
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Zack Parsons SF
Sins of the Son
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Linda Poitevin UF - Grigori Legacy 2
Quicksilver (h2mm)
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Amanda Quick PRS - Arcane Society / Looking Glass Trilogy 2
Time and Again: Time Was\Times Change
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Nora Roberts TTR - Time and Again Omnibus
Wonder (h2mm)
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Robert J. Sawyer SF - WWW 3
Fuzzy Nation (h2mm)
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John Scalzi SF
Wanted: Undead or Alive
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Kerrelyn Sparks PNR - Love at Stake 12
Shadow's Master
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Jon Sprunk F - Shadow Saga 3
The Kingdom
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Amanda Stevens UF - Graveyard Queen 2
The Seduction of Phaeton Black (d)
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Jillian Stone PNR - Phaeton Black 1
Shadow's Fall
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Dianne Sylvan UF - Shadow World 3
Lover Reborn
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
J.R. Ward PNR - Black Dagger Brotherhood 10
A Game of Groans: A Sonnet of Slush and Soot
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
George R.R. Washington EF - Parody
Mr. Monster (h2mm)
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Dan Wells YA - John Cleaver 2


March 30, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
10,000 Zombies: Create More Than 10,000 Zombies and 10,000 Stories
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Alexander Cox
David Hartmann (illus)



March 31, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Indomitable
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Terry Brooks EF



Corrections:

March 13, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Strange Divisions and Alien Territories: The Sub-Genres of Science Fiction
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Keith Brooke Literary Criticism



March 20, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Nightfall
The View From Monday - March 26, 2012
Stephen Leather PT - Jack Nightingale



d - Debut
h2mm - Hardcover to Mass Market Paperback

AH - Alternative History
EF - Epic Fantasy
F - Fantasy
GN -Graphic Novel
H - Horror
PER - Paranormal Erotic Romance
PHR - Paranormal Historical Romance
PNR - Paranormal Romance
PRS - Paranormal Romantic Suspense
PT - Paranormal Thriller
SF - Science Fiction
Th - Thriller
TTR - Time Travel Romance
UF - Urban Fantasy
YA - Young Adult
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