Archive | March, 2010

Sneak Preview: THE LIVING DEAD 2

Sneak Preview: THE LIVING DEAD 2

Two years ago, readers eagerly devoured The Living Dead

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Sneak Preview: Walter Jon Williams’s THE GREEN LEOPARD PLAGUE AND OTHER STORIES

Sneak Preview: Walter Jon Williams’s THE GREEN LEOPARD PLAGUE   AND OTHER STORIES

Few authors have matched the versatility and stylishness of Walter Jon Williams. His genre-defining novels have received wide critical acclaim and captured the rapt attention of fans worldwide. He has been nominated for every major SF award.

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Sneak Preview: Amelia Beamer’s THE LOVING DEAD

Sneak Preview: Amelia Beamer’s THE LOVING DEAD

Amelia Beamer’s The Loving Dead, a zombie-comedy-romance that reads like the love-child or Chuck Palahniuk and Christopher Moore, is coming in July. Sure to be one of the most talked-about books of the year, the novel has already drawn raves from the likes of John Skipp, Peter Straub, Christopher Moore, Connie Willis, Jonathan Mayberry, Cecelia Holland, Mario Acevedo, Terry Bisson, Mira Grant, and Gary K. Wolfe. And now, The Loving Dead has a cover…

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Sneak Preview: Laird Barron’s OCCULTATION

Sneak Preview: Laird Barron’s OCCULTATION

The Occultation cover has arrived. Here’s a sneak preview: Coming in May, Occultation is a new collection of modern horror from Laird Barron, winner of the Shirley Jackson Award for his previous collection, The Imago Sequence. Occultation is just one of the forthcoming books you can get for half price during the Night Shade Books […]

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Night Shade News & Notes

Realms of Fantasy has a review forthcoming in their June 2010 issue of TAILS OF WONDER AND IMAGINATION edited by Ellen Datlow: – "Readers who love cats will find these tales well worth chasing." Publishers Weekly gives a starred review to THE GREEN LEOPARD PLAGUE AND OTHER STORIES by Walter Jon Williams: – "In this […]

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SALE: 50% Off All In-Stock and Forthcoming Night Shade Titles!

It’s that time of year again: sale time at Night Shade Books! We’ve got a lot of big new titles coming in, and we need to clear space in a big way (and pay off a few print bills)! So for the next week, from Monday, March 15 until midnight on Sunday, March 21, we’re […]

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Night Shade News & Notes

SF Signal reviews SHADOWLINE by Glen Cook: – "A terrific, solid read, a step up above other examples in the genre, and its focus on the story and characters is admirable. Shadowline is a rich, engaging read."

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Night Shade News & Notes

The Cleveland Plain Dealer reviews HESPIRA by Matthew Hughes: – "A wry, whimsical delight … Hughes' account of this far future detective at work is grand, elaborate fun. Still, the most engaging thing about "Hespira" is the Alice-in-Wonderland complexity of this curiouser and curiouser story. Grade: A"

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Night Shade Titles Temporarily Unavailable on Amazon.com

Night Shade’s distributor, Diamond Books, has had a database error that caused Amazon to de-list all of the titles that Diamond distributes. This database error has been identified and corrected by Diamond. Diamond is now working with Amazon to get all of Diamond’s titles re-listed on Amazon. Sources at Diamond have informed Night Shade that […]

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Night Shade News & Notes

Tampa Books Examiner reviews PRECIOUS DRAGON by Liz Williams: – "I can’t say enough good things about this series. I love it, look forward to reading more … and I think any lover of real mythological fantasy and (good storytelling) will too."

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