I've never read anything (or watched for that matter) in the Doctor Who universe, but this piqued my interest, especially since there are possible ties to Moorcock's Eternal Champion series. Here's the blurb: (Thanks Wertzone)
Cherie Priest has a new cover to her newest novella, Clementine [US] [UK], another steampunky addition to the Clockwork Century series. I'm really diggin' the minigun.
In addition (and as mentioned yesterday), Priest has also announced there will be two more in the Clockwork Century series, Ganymede and Inexplicable, coming in 2011 and 2012 respectively. (Thanks to Mad Hatter's)
JC Marino, author of Dante's Journey (review), just started his own website. It's still a work in process, but it has some great quotes on the home page I must say. Check it out and check out his debut novel. I had a great time.
Brandon Sanderson's new epic, The Way of Kings, book one in The Stormlight Archives, is coming out this summer and Tor's gifted us with the first 50 pages to read for free. (Also in pdf)
I thought Stomping on Yeti had the most unique way of introducing this news and definitely worth checking out: Everything You Need To Know About The Way of Kings
Maja (not Larry as I said earlier) at Of Blog of the Fallen interviews debut author Todd Newton. I'm almost halfway through The Ninth Avatar [US] [UK] and so far so good. Still lovin' the cover.
There's also another interview of Tad Williams over at Fantasy Book Critic for your reading pleasure.
This is great. A Game of Thrones on the small screen. Sean Bean as Ned Stark. What could be better than this?
Here are some plans I've got in the works for the next couple weeks or so...hopefully. When it comes to reading you can count on me to be extremely fickle and yet I still like to make plans. Don't ask me why. Just don't. I don't get it either.
Okay, so this part isn't some tentative, fickle thing. I already finished reading The Left Hand of God [US] [UK] by Paul Hoffman and I'll have a review up shortly. Promise.
After finishing Warbreaker [US] [UK] last year I've been dying to get back to Brandon Sanderson and I think I'm finally gonna do it and possibly even this month starting with Mistborn: The Final Empire.
Jon Sprunk's Shadow's Son [US] [UK] came in the mail recently and it's been calling my name ever since. May get to this in the month of June as well.
You can take a look at an exclusive excerpt of Shadow's Son at Tor.com.
And that's the news...at least to me.