A Fantasy Reader brought these covers to my attention. This is Brian Ruckley's Bloodheir in Czech. This definitely falls into the category of covers-that-make-me-want-to-read-the-book. I think I need a new name for that...maybe ctmmwtrtb. Ok, that's even worse.
Victoria at Speculative Book Review will be starting her own A Song of Ice and Fire reread project where she only reads the POV's she likes best. June 11 will be the first post starting with A Game of Thrones.
As announced by Pat at the Hotlist, Ian C. Esslemont's newest in his Malazan Empire series, Stonewielder, has got a blurb. I'm really looking forward to learning more about the continent of Korel. Here ya go:
I've been checking over and over for the past couple months to see when Daniel Abraham's The Price of Spring will come out in mass market paperback (I'm a poor college student and I plan on making a bigger contribution when I actually have money). Little did I know that "when" wasn't an issue, but rather "if". Sadly, we'll not be seeing the final volume in The Long Price Quartet coming out in mmpb. (source A Dribble of Ink)
Temple Library Reviews is giving away a "stylish" black bookshelf to hold at least a small portion of your "To Read" pile. Now that's handy.
Oh, and we've got some books we're giving away to help you fill up such a bookshelf. Just check the upper right hand corner.
And that's the news...at least to me.