Archive | August, 2011

Rising Shadow interviews Courtney Schafer

“Courtney Schafer is an American debut fantasy author, whose debut book, The Whitefire Crossing, was published in July/August 2011 by Night Shade Books. It’s the first book of The Shattered Sigil series (the second book, The Tainted City, will be published in 2012). Click here to visit Courtney Schafer’s official website. AN INTERVIEW WITH COURTNEY […]

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A Review: The Winds of Khalakovo

The Adventures Fantastic says of The Winds of Khalakovo, by Bradley P. Beaulieu, “If there is any justice in this world whatsoever, this book will be short-listed on next year’s Hugo ballot.” They followed that huge compliment with an awesome review, “This one has it all: flying ships, magic, mystery, dark secrets, buckets of intrigue […]

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Fantasy Book Critic Interviews 4 Night Shade Authors!

The Fantasy Book Critic blog has interviewed four of our debut novelists! “If you’re like me and enjoy discovering new authors and reading debut novels, then 2011 has been a very good year. Especially for fans of fantasy. In just eight months I’ve read over a dozen fantasy debuts, with more debuts yet to be […]

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A Review: The Best Horror of the Year Volume 3

Monsters and Critics have given The Best Horror of the Year Volume 3, edited by Ellen Datlow, an awesome 4 out of 5 stars, “Filled with zombies, werewolves and assorted end of the world scenarios, Nightshade’s Volume Three horror collection features everything readers would expect along with some interesting surprises and twists. With “The Revel” […]

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Win a signed copy of The Book of Cthulhu!

Enter the competition at Goodreads for a chance to win one of seven signed copies of The Book of Cthulhu. The Book of Cthulhu is edited by our very own Ross E. Lockhart and hits the streets in September, not long to wait now! Head over to Goodreads to win yourself a copy…

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A review: Alone. (The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year, Volume 5.)

Mark Watson at Best SF has written a review of one of the many awesome stories in The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume 5, edited by Jonathan Strahan, “Reed at his best – given the time to paint an epic story against a backdrop of immense time and space. His stories […]

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io9: Science Fiction and Fantasy Books We Can’t Wait For This Fall

io9 have named two upcoming Night Shade titles in their fall preview of books they can’t wait for! “The next few months are positively packed with literary science fiction and fantasy goodness.” Infidel, the fantastic second volume of Kameron Hurley’s Bel Dame Apocrypha, made the October choices. And Seed, the stunning debut novel by Rob […]

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Is it September yet?

It is over at Webscription. Get your fix of Night Shade Books September titles early at Webscription.net. September sees us release three brand new titles, Thomas World by Richard Cox, The Panama Laugh by Thomas S. Roche and The Book of Cthulhu by Ross E. Lockhart. Get them all in one bundle! There’s also an […]

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Ranting Dragon names The Book of Cthulhu one of their Top 5 Most Anticipated September Releases

Number 2 on their list is The Book of Cthulhu, edited by Ross E. Lockhart, “All fantasy and horror fans owe a little to H.P Lovecraft. References to his work abound throughout both literature and popular culture, and he paved the way for many who came after him. Featuring stories from many of our favourite […]

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SF Signal reviews The Whitefire Crossing and The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume 5

SF Signal have reviewed two Night Shade Books recent releases. Guest reviewer T.K. Kenyon has given The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume 5, 5 out of 5 stars! She calls the most recent of the series, edited by Jonathan Strahan, “An excellent, wide-ranging, balanced collection of the best speculative fiction of […]

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