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Future Releases Part Two

Skinwalker by Faith Hunter. Released July, 2009. A Jane Yellowrock is the last of her kind—a skinwalker of Cherokee descent who can turn into any creature she desires and hunts vampires for a living. Back from hiatus, she’s hired by Katherine Fontaneau, one of the oldest vampires in New Orleans and the madam of Katies’s […]

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Future Releases

Books we want, want, want!! Hunting Ground by Patricia Briggs. The second book in the Alpha and Omega series. Coming August, 2009. Anna Latham didn’t know how complicated life could get – until she became a werewolf. And now she’s not just part of any pack, but under the direct supervision of Bran, leader of […]

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UK Ebook Retailers

I was going to write a long post on why they are very poor compared to the US sites, but I’m going to make it sweet and short. UK ebook retail sites = over priced, poor choice of genre books, and did I mention over priced? With the US now implementing geographical restrictions, I’m getting […]

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Review: Storm Glass by Maria V Snyder

This review contains spoilers. I first want to mention, Opal, the heroine, is a character which features in the Study series. It’s based in the same world. So be warned, if you do read Storm Glass without reading the Study series, there are a lot of spoilers relating to the Study books, including Opal. While […]

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Borders does Ebooks and Fails!

Much to my surprise, I clicked on the Borders UK website this morning, and saw a category for ebooks. My response: ‘Oooo, finally! This is good. More selection perhaps for us UK buyers.’ *Scrolls down for the romance section, and clicks* *head desk* ‘Noooooooo! Why Borders, why? Why do you do a Waterstones, and not […]

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For Ilona Andrews…

..coz’ we have mad love for you. *g* Bimbo room Google bomb is away!