Archive | August, 2010

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Sacramento Book Review reviews WINGS OF FIRE edited by Jonathan Strahan – "This enchanting collection is a sampling of all things dragon; philosophy, magic, mechanism, environment, menu, subterfuge, climate, culture, and dragons as friends and protagonists. I met several old winged friends and made some new ones. This was not a story that failed to […]

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Buy a Copy of THE LIVING DEAD 2, Get a Copy of THE LOVING DEAD by Amelia Beamer FREE!

Any copy of The Living Dead 2 purchased at Isotope Comics in San Francisco comes with an absolutely free copy of another great Night Shade zombie book, Amelia Beamer’s San Francisco flavored slacker zombie/comedy/romance The Loving Dead. But folks outside of the Bay Area don’t have to feel left out, you can join in on […]

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BuyZombie.com reviews THE LOVING DEAD by Amelia Beamer: – "I urge even the staunchest traditionalist (of which I tend to lean towards) to pick up this book. I am finding that there is still quite a bit new under the sun, I hope this is only the beginning for Ms. Beamer. I would read anything […]

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THE LIVING DEAD 2 website now live!

The website for the new zombie anthology, The Living Dead 2, is now live. On the site, you will find 8 stories in their entirety, available both as regular web pages and in a downloadable ebook sampler (currently available in epub and pdf format, with additional formats forthcoming from the Baen Webscriptions store). There will […]

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The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead reviews ZOMBIES OF LAKE WOEBEGOTTEN by Harrison Geillor: – "Looking for a late-summer read and wanting something more substantial than the latest “Twilight” knock-off but more fun than Jonathan Franzen’s latest greatest, most American-est novel? I’ve got a title you can really sink your teeth into. Try cracking the spine of […]

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2009 World Fantasy Awards Nominees – Congrats to Jonathan Strahan for ECLIPSE THREE's nomination for best anthology and his personal nomination in the Special Award, Professional category; to Karen Joy Fowler for her story nomination for "The Pelican Bar" (from ECLIPSE THREE); and to John Klima (ELECTRIC VELOCIPEDE) for his nomination in the Special Award, […]

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NecroScope reviews THE ZOMBIES OF LAKE WOEBEGOTTEN – "The Zombies of Lake Woebegotten is, quite simply, one of the funniest, most enjoyable books I've ever read. If George A. Romero and Stephen King had collaborated on the novelisation of Fargo, you'd probably get something pretty close to Geillor's novel: the prose and dialogue are a […]

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Fangoria reviews THE ZOMBIES OF LAKE WOEBEGOTTEN by Harrison Geillor – "ZOMBIES actually works on a couple of levels. First, it is a quick, solid, fun read that deftly gives you a poke in the ribs with the wink of an eye toward the good people of Garrison Keillor’s Lake Wobegon. Second, it works as […]

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Barnes & Noble.com reviews SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL edited by Tim Pratt: – "a simply stellar collection of 35 devilish short stories."

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Suvudu reviews SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL edited by Tim Pratt: – Sympathy for the Devil is a most welcome addition to my library, and serves as yet another reason why every new anthology from Night Shade Books should be a reason to celebrate.

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