Book Bits: Seanan McGuire, Keri Arthur, Karen Marie Moning, Jeaniene Frost & more


After a hiatus last week, Book Bits has returned! First a few housekeeping things.

  1. VBC is in the Independent Book Blogger Awards over at Goodreads. It would make for a very happy VBC Team (mostly Chelsea), if you vote for us.
  2. I’ve been blogging once a week over on my writer site. Typically these are YA- or writing-focused posts, but I thought you might like a heads up. This week I did the unthinkable and put Buffy and Twilight in the same post. I’m a rebel.
  3. Alpha Showdown nominations end this weekend. If you haven’t already gotten your recommendations in, now is the time!

Darkness Devours by Keri ArthurSeanan McGuire short story posted
Seanan McGuire posted a new InCryptid short story. It’s about Jonathan and Fran and what comes next when they make it to a destination.

Keri Arthur excerpt
Get a sneak peek at the next Dark Angels book over on Deadline Dames. Keri Arthur posted an excerpt from Darkness Devours, which releases in July. Expect talk of vengance and some general reaper goodness.

Into the Dreaming excerpt
Karen Marie Moning posted a snippet from the new hardcover special edition of Into the Dreaming. And she says we’ll get to see the paintings of Dageus in this edition, too.

All Jeaniene Frost e-books are now $5.99
After publisher/bookseller drama that you don’t need to read about, we’ve learned all of Jeaniene Frost’s novels — Night Huntress and Night Huntress World, folks, on the recommendations page — are now $5.99 each. It’s a two-dollar savings from the print copies. So, dear readers, if you have yet to start one of my most favorite series. Maybe now is a good time todownload Halfway to the Grave.

Enemy Mine prologue posted
Aline Hunter (the sexy side of J.A. Saare) posted the prologue to her upcoming shifter romance Enemy Mine. Even just this snippet makes me certain Emory is going to be a big winner with readers. We like the alphas at VBC. Enemy Mine releases next week.

de La Vega Cats snippet
Lauren Dane offered up an emotional scene from her de La Vega Cats novel Trinity this week. Want to read about others dealing with guilt? Try this one.

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