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August 2014 New Releases in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

August 2014 New Releases in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

Here are the new releases in SF, Fantasy, and Horror for August 2014. You’re sure to find something to fatten up your TBR list!  August 1st-11th, 2014:

Open Road has some pretty amazing Kindle deals goin’ on right now…just sayin’.

Open Road has some pretty amazing Kindle deals goin’ on right now…just sayin’.

Open Road Media is rather awesome. They partner with a ton of great publishers like Pegasus, Mysterious Press, and Akashic Books, among many others, and they always have great titles to choose from (classics, mystery, SF….) So, I’ve curated a few ebook titles here that might spark your imagination, and the best part is they’re all under $5 (many are under $2). How can you beat that?

This week’s Kindle deals (all under $5!!)

This week’s Kindle deals (all under $5!!)

All of these Kindle titles are under $5…for now! It’s a grab-bag of awesome, with mystery, suspense, SFF, and YA, and you’re sure to find something to set you up for great weekend reading! Enjoy, and as always, be sure to doublecheck before you click the BUY button.

Seeders by AJ Colucci

Seeders by AJ Colucci

Seeders by AJ Colucci (St. Martin’s Press, July 15th)-The new horror thriller by AJ Colucci features a secluded island, plant communication, and a group of six people secluded on said island for two weeks. Off to a good start, yes? One particular blurb likened it to The Shining crossed with The Ruins, and The Ruins I agree with, but I think I’d put it more in the And Then There … Continue reading

Echo Lake by Letitia Trent

Echo Lake by Letitia Trent

Echo Lake by Letitia Trent (Dark House Press, June 2014)-Emily Collins has been spending the last 5 years or so working to support herself and her musician husband, while he plays gigs and crashes at friends’ houses. When Emily discovers that he’s been cheating on her (probably for a while), instead of breaking down, she throws him out, and discovers newfound freedom. Perhaps it’s fate, then, when she gets a … Continue reading

Catching up with AJ Colucci, author of Seeders

Catching up with AJ Colucci, author of Seeders

I really, really liked AJ’s first book, THE COLONY, and am thrilled to have her back to talk about her new book, SEEDERS, which just came out this month! Please welcome her back to the blog! I loved The Colony, so of course I can’t wait for Seeders! Will you tell us a little about it? It’s another scary thriller based on actual science. This time I go into the … Continue reading

Interview: Adam Nevill talks about horror, what scares him, and The House of Small Shadows

Interview: Adam Nevill talks about horror, what scares him, and The House of Small Shadows

Adam Nevill’s new book, THE HOUSE OF SMALL SHADOWS, just came out here in the US this week, and he was kind enough to answer a few of my questions about it, and more! Please welcome Adam to the blog! I’m very excited that The House of Small Shadows is finally out in the US! I’ve read that the book was inspired in part by your childhood in England. Will … Continue reading

August 2014 Must Reads in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

August 2014 Must Reads in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror

Here are the  books that I’m especially looking forward to in SFF for August (click on the covers to pre-order)! Note I took out the Top 10, because I never (ever) can keep it to just 10. August is an AMAZING month for SFF! Broken Souls by Stephen Blackmoore (DAW-August 5th) Synopsis-Sister murdered, best friend dead, married to the patron saint of death, Santa Muerte. Necromancer Eric Carter’s return to Los Angeles … Continue reading

The 2013 Shirley Jackson Award winners have been announced!

The 2013 Shirley Jackson Award winners have been announced!

Congrats to all of the winners of the 2013 Shirley Jackson Awards! I don’t know how they do it, since there were so many great titles to pick from, but they did, and here they are! NOVEL American Elsewhere, Robert Jackson Bennett (Orbit) NOVELLA Burning Girls, Veronica Schanoes (Tor.com) NOVELETTE Cry Murder! In a Small Voice, Greer Gilman (Small Beer Press) SHORT FICTION  “57 Reasons for the Slate Quarry Suicides,” … Continue reading

Interview: Letitia Trent, author of Echo Lake

Interview: Letitia Trent, author of Echo Lake

Please welcome Letitia Trent to the blog! Her brand new novel, ECHO LAKE, just came out from Dark House Press, and she was kind enough to answer a few of my questions about it, and more! What made you decide to dive into the world of dark gothic in Echo Lake? Will you tell us a little about it and what inspired the book? My favorite books are a little … Continue reading

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