- Interview with Anne Rice and a giveaway of Prince Lestat
- Review of A Lightbulbs Lament by Grant Wamack
- Review of Max Cutter and The First Black Book by Jacob Tate
- Waiting on Wednesday with Owl and the Japanese Circus by Kristi Charish
- Review of Heroin in the Magic Now by Terry M. West
- Our Tough Traveling feature, talking about the Missing Heirs of Tolkien, Hobb, Williams, Martin and Flewelling
- Review of The Providence of Fire by Brian Staveley
Congrats to Erin M on being the lucky winner of Prince Lestat!
Stacking The Shelves and Mailbox Monday are a pair of weekly memes that are about sharing the books that came your way over the past week, and which you've added to your shelves - whether they be physical or virtual, borrowed or bought, or for pleasure or review.
Nothing new in the mail this week but, on the digital front, new arrivals included What's Dead Pussykat by Sam Stone (which caught my eye with it's promise of gargoyle-like monsters and a gaggle of vampire women), Journals of Horror edited by Terry M. West (which he offered up after my review of his novel earlier this week), A Play of Shadow by Julie E. Czerneda (which I'm still hoping will land on my doorstop as a physical review copy, but I just couldn't wait any longer), and The Inheritance Trilogy by N. K. Jemisin (which I've been meaning to read for ages now, so an omnibus edition is very attractive).
It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is another weekly meme, this time focused on what books are spending the most time in your hands and in your head, as opposed to what's been added to your shelf:
• Prince Lestat by Anne Rice
It's been a while since I last read Anne Rice, and I never expected to see another vampire tale but here it is. If you've yet to snag a copy, stop by on Monday for our Q&A and giveaway.
• Owl and the Japanese Circus by Kristi Charish
A surprise review title that arrived on my doorstep and immediately caught my attention with its promise of a modern-day “Indiana Jane” who reluctantly navigates the hidden supernatural world.
What's topping your shelves this week?