Saturday, April 18, 2009

Urban Fantasy Tidbit Linkage

  • Don't forget to check Chloe Neill's guest post here at SciFiGuy to learn more about her new Chicagoland Vampires series and to win a signed copy of the first book Some Girls Bite. Contest runs until Monday.
  • Kelley Armstrong is interviewed at the Success Circuit about her writing and career.
  • Vampire Wire has the new cover for Karen MacInerney's Leader of the Pack, the third book in the Tales of an Urban Werewolf series as well as a very funny video which poses the question"Is Your Dog a Werewolf?"
  • Michelle Hauf tells us about GraphicAudio a new audio book company that bills its books as "A Movie in Your Mind". Check it out.
  • A reminder that author Diana Rowland will be guest posting here at SciFiGuy on April 29 to talk about her upcoming release of the urban fantasy crime thriller Mark of the Demon.

6 comments:

  1. Really looking forward to the guest post with Diana Rowland. I'm interested in learning more about her books 8)

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  2. Hi Doug!

    I'll be checking back for the guest blog with Diana Rowland for Mark of the Demon -- it already sounds great!

    Thanks for the heads up!

    Dottie :)

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  3. Mishel I really liked her first book and am hoping lots of folks drop by for her guest spotlight.

    Thanks Dottie look forward to seeing you!

    Me and you both Hagelrat. I got the collection mostly because I didn't want to miss one of her stories :)

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  4. Thank you for linking to the interview with Kelley Armstrong. I knew when I contacted her that it would be a good interview, she is an author, but I think it is the best interview on Success Circuit so far!!

    Shane Hudson
    Founder of Success Circuit

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  5. Hey Shane thanks for stopping in. What I love about interviews in non-genre venues is there are always some fresh questions and interesting answers not seen elsewhere. Great interview and Armstrong is a very talented original.

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