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New & Notable Books, January 2021

Aliette de Bodard, Seven of Infinities (Subter­ranean 10/20) A scholar investigates murder in a house designed by an architect fond of puzzles in this engaging …

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Nolyn Kickstarter: Launches 02/09 @ 12:00 Noon EST

Nolyn Kickstarter: Launches 02/09 @ 12:00 Noon EST

So, as many of you may know, I have a new series coming out! It’s called The Rise and Fall and just as Legends of …

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An Ode to the Map in the Beginning of Every Fantasy Book

An Ode to the Map in the Beginning of Every Fantasy Book

Set in a world of goblin wars, stag-sized battle ravens, and assassins who kill with deadly tattoos, Christopher Buehlman’s The Blacktongue Thief begins a ‘dazzling’ …

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Shards

Shards

A group of five friends rent a cabin in the woods—the next day only four are alive. What happened and why is something the survivors …

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Cover Launch: THE SHADOW OF THE GODS by John Gwynne

Cover Launch: THE SHADOW OF THE GODS by John Gwynne

Last week saw the reveal of the dragon-tastic cover for THE SHADOW OF THE GODS, John Gwynne’s new Norse-inspired epic fantasy. If you missed it, …

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Roffey Wins Costa Book of the Year Award

The Mermaid of Black Conch by Monique Roffey (Peepal Tree) has won the £30,000 2020 Costa Book of the Year award. The Costa Book Awards …

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The Invisible Library Is My Fantasy Novel Comfort Food

The Invisible Library Is My Fantasy Novel Comfort Food

Things are a bit better. They’re still not great. Do you need another new refuge of enjoyable entertainment and simple pleasure to bury yourself in, …

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2021 Octavia E. Butler Society Conference Waives Fees

The Octavia E. Butler Society has announced that, in honor of International Women’s Day, they are waiving all fees for their 2021 conference “The Confluence: …

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2020 NBCC Awards Finalists

Finalists for the 2020 National Book Critics Circle (NBCC) Awards have been announced, including titles and authors of genre interest. Fiction Inside Story, Martin Amis …

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That New Dragonlance Trilogy From the Series’ Classic Authors Is Coming After All

Well, that didn’t take long. Two weeks after Dragonlance co-creators and authors of its most famous novels, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, voluntarily dismissed their …

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Weekly Bestsellers, 25 January 2021

Weekly Bestsellers, 25 January 2021

Matt Haig’s The Midnight Library is the highest ranking adult novel this week, at #3 on the Los Angeles Times list. Title Debut / #wks …

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Forge Your Own Book Club: Waiting for the Night Song by Julie Carrick Dalton

Forge Your Own Book Club: Waiting for the Night Song by Julie Carrick Dalton

Julie Carrick Dalton’s Waiting for the Night Song is an engrossing read that touches on climate change, female friendships, long-buried secrets, immigration… and murder. In …

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