Saturday, March 2, 2013

Shameless Oopsie!!!

I think I totally forgot to post last week.  My brain is...old.  :)

Portlandians and Horror fans! Our very own Nancy Holder will be one of the Guests of Honor at the 2014 World Horror Convention in Portland, Oregon, May 8-11.  Make your travel arrangements now!

Dawn Metcalf's INDELIBLE is available for pre-order.  You should probably just order it now. You know you want to.

We have some fabulous award and reading list news this week, starting with Leah Cypess, whose short story "Nanny's Day" (Asimov's 3/12) was nominated for a Nebula Award.  HOW AWESOME IS THAT?

Not to be outdone, THE FALSE PRINCE by Jennifer A. Nielsen has made yet another awards list, this time earning the 2012 Cybil Award for Science Fiction and Fantasy!

Speaking of short lists, Kate Milford's THE BROKEN LANDS is on the Locus Recommended Reading List in company that makes me want to pass out cold. Way to go, Kate!!

In foreign rights news, P. J. Hoover's The Forgotten Worlds trilogy has sold in Hungary!!! THE EMERALD TABLET, THE NAVEL OF THE WORLD, and THE NECROPOLIS, sold to Fonix by Lex Copyright Office, on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Laura Rennert of the Andrea Brown Literary Agency.

Oh yeah.  I had a cover reveal.  HA! TOTALLY FORGOT THAT ONE!!!!  Here's the cover for 3:59, my sci fi parallel universe dopperganger horror novel due out September 17th from Balzer + Bray.  :)


  1. What an Awesome line up of Inkiness!

  2. That cover is totally eye-grabbing, Gretchen! I assume we're about to be scared to death all over again by you? I'll turn on all the lights in the house and try to be brave.

    By getting a story into ASIMOV'S, Leah Cypess was already living the dream (for a certain subsection of the text-oriented populace), but being nominated for a Nebula is like a dream within a dream--so very very very cool!

    And I just with delight purchased THE RUNAWAY KING, to accompany my well-loved copy of that Cybils-Award-winning FALSE PRINCE!

    Very Happy Reader

  3. I finally gave in and got The False Prince in on my Kindle. *dances* Broken Lands is next! And may I say, Gretchen, that is one chilling yet enticing cover. Wow.


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