Tag: books received

Books Received, 5/18/2013

Not one, not two, but three books arrived in the mail today, courtesy of TOR. Two appear to be urban fantasy and one is science fiction.

Tarnished by Rhiannon Held (TOR), publication date: May 21, 2013.

Tarnished by Rhiannon Held

The Planet Thieves by Dan Krokos (Starscape/TOR Teen), publication date: May 21, 2013.

The Planet Thieves by Dan Krokos

Blood and Bone by Ian C. Esslemont (TOR), publication date: May 21, 2013.

Blood and Bones by Ian C. Esslemont

Books Received, 4/12/2013

I haven’t posted a list of books I’ve received for review consideration since before my Internet vacation. In order to bring things up-to-date, here is the list of books I’ve received since the last post.

Kitty Rocks the House by Carrie Vaughn (TOR)

Kitty Rocks the House by Carrie Vaughn

Virus Thirteen by Josuah Alan Parry (TOR)



The Man From Mars: Ray Palmer’s Amazing Pulp Journey by Fred Nadis (Tarcher/Penguin)

The Man from Mars

Books Received, 3/15/2013

Yet another book in the mail today, which certainly makes this a record week for books received (the count stands at 5 for those keeping track). This one is On the Razor’s Edge by Michael Flynn. The book is scheduled for release by TOR in July. The copy I received was an uncorrected proof, but I found this cover online:

On the Razor's Edge by Michael Flynn

Books Received, 1/22/2013

Two books arrived in the mail today, one of which I was particularly excited about and one of which I’ve received before in a slightly different form. First up is Red Planet Blues by Robert J. Sawyer (Viking) Rob has been incredibly kind and encouraging to me as a writer, ever since I first met him back in 2007. This time was no different. My copy of the book arrived inscribed by Rob. The book comes out on March 26, 2013. I remember that because it is the day before my birthday.

Red Planet Blues.jpg

Also in the mail today was the TOR hard cover edition of Kalimpura by Jay Lake. I’d received an uncorrected proof of this book a few months back and now I have the final hardcover edition, which is very cool.