Oh Look At This! Upcoming Book Releases!

Silver Shark*Cover Version Updated — Thanks to Maria D. for the heads up!*

Look at this. A brand new Sci-Fi novel from Ilona Andrews. For a sneak peek of Silver Shark, you can read a snippet here. What do you guys think? Are you eager to give this one a try?


Born to Darkness
I’m digging the cover for Suzanne Brockman’s new book, Born to Darkness. The layered tank tops and the color tone work well together. Plus, that girl looks awesome with that hair cut. Look for this baby in stores come February.


The Danger of Desire
The Danger of Desire has me intrigued. I like thief stories when done well, so I’m curious to see how it’ll be handled in this one. I haven’t read anything by Elizabeth Essex before. Have any of you? If so, any good?


I Want Candy
I haven’t been able to find a summary for I Want Candy–my Google skills must be failing–but it looks fun. Something about these cartoonish covers always make me want to try them out. I guess I associate them with laughter. I am such a sucker for funny books. You can look for Susan Donovan’s new book in February.


Shaded Vision
Shaded Vision is the eleventh book in the Sisters of the Moon series by Yasmine Galenorn. (Wow, how many sisters are there?) I usually like this yellow tone on covers, but for some reasons it’s not working for me here. Maybe it’s because her hair is too similar to it? Or the awkward pose? I don’t know. Regardless, you can expect this book to hit shelves in February.


Let Them Eat Stake
Another fun, cartoonish cover. Let Them Eat Stake by Sarah Zettel is looking pretty appealing. Vampires and chefs? What more could a girl ask for in a light paranormal?


On Midnight Wings
On Midnight Wings, the fifth book in Adrian Phoenix’s Maker’s Song series, is set to release in January. I’ve read the first book in this series but haven’t had a chance to catch up yet. I’ve heard it has just gotten better and better.

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  1. says

    How the *bleep* did I miss out on the new Ilona Andrews series – I saw it for the first time today on Twitter and was like huh??! Eeeee!
    Oh I <3 Adrian Phoenix's series, both Makers Song (and Hoo Doo) so squee!

  2. Maria D. says

    The cover for the Ilona Andrews book has already been changed….their agent didn’t like the cover you are displaying and the new one is on their site

  3. Ren says

    There are 3 sisters for Sisters of The Moon, Catherine. I think her pose too ordinary, rather than awkward 😛 BTW, Sarah Zettel’s cover is cute!! Love the blue color!

    • says

      Three sisters but eleven books? Have they branched out into friends of the sisters? The pose look too sharply angled and stiff for me. Possibly it’s because the model is so skinny.

      I really like the Zettel cover too. It seems fun.

      • Ren says

        No. The POV for each book always switched from sister to sister. So book 1 is sister #1, book 2 is sister #2, book 3 is sister #3, then for book 4, the POV back to sister #1 again, the pattern is like that :).

        Oh, I got it! It seems like the model said :”Dude, my neck and back are hurt, can you massage it? “

  4. says

    Oh, thanks for bringing that Susan Donovan book to my attention. I must put it on my wishlist and then cyber stalk Amazon, B&N, the author’s website until I find out more info. =)