In conjunction with Amy Garvey’s interview, I’m posting the list of upcoming Drollerie Press releases for the next three months. And given my inability to keep up with new releases any more, it’s a good way to keep track of books I want.
Alien Dreams by John Rosenman, (killer angels in outer space) should be coming out in the next week or so. We’re polishing the final edits now.
I’ve read an early version of Bloodrose, and I loved it. She writes the way I want to write, and I would say this whether or not she was my Sister of the Severed Hand or not.
Beautiful Death, also by Joely Sue Burkhart, a Sci Fi novel about an assassin.
I love Joely Sue Burkhart just a little bit more than I love her writing. *g*
Revenant Road, Michael Boatman’s Horror/Humor novel
Shadowlands by Chloe Michelle, a YA supernatural thriller novella
But Can You Let Him Go? Cinderella short story by Cindy Lynn Speer
Confessions of the Creature by Gary Inbinder, a novel written in very mannered, 19th century prose about what happens to Frankenstein’s monster after Frankenstein’s death.
Accused by Heather Ingemar, a short vampire story.
Fire and Shadow, by Imogen Howson, a YA fantasy novella
Assiniboin Girl by Kathi Wallace, a YA novella, mostly contemporary mystery with some supernatural elements.
Unseelie by Meredith Spies, a very sexy Fantasy Romance, set in the contemporary world and the seelie and unseelie courts.
Pixie Warrior by Rachel De Vienne, a fantasy set in the Pacific Northwest and…other places.
I’ve read Rachel’s blog and I already know I want to read this.
Closing Arguments by Sarah Avery, a contemporary, supernatural mystery about the successors to Madame Blavatsky.
Plus, a new horror, fantasy romance novel, an anthology of Little Red Riding Hood stories told in different genres (including poetry) and with very different outcomes, and an amazing urban fantasy.
We’ll also have the advance sale of a limited run of Deborah Grabien‘s print novel, Still Life with Devils, signed and inscribed, beginning November 1st.
I’m reading this at the moment. That is, it’s next on my to be read pile (I read on average one book a month these days, or so it seems, so it’ll take awhile).