Saturday, October 20, 2007

Saturday morning severely under-caffeinated genre link dump.

Okay, a brief aside for those of you just joining us here: Welcome to The Swivet. Four or five times a week, I try to round up reviews and author interviews for science fiction, fantasy, paranormal romance and YA fantasy. I hope you find it useful. If you're a blogger or a print reviewer, and you'd like me to include your reviews, drop me a line. If you have a blog where you primarily review books of any sort (not just the genres above), let me know and I'll happily add you to my sidebar.

Onward to linkage:
At The Washington Post, Laura Whitcomb reviews Christopher Barzak's One for Sorrow.

At A Dribble of Ink, Aidan reviews Winterbirth by Brian Ruckley, and interviews Mark J. Ferrari, author of the Book of Joby.

At Antick Musings, Andy Wheeler reviews Naomi Novik's Empire of Ivory.

At CA Reviews, Deborah reviews Devour by Melina Morel and Hidden Moon by Lori Handeland.

The Endicott Studio Blog has a new YouTube channel, where they'll be posting videos about myth, magic and folklore.

Fantasy Book Critic reviews Echelon and Empyre by Josh Conviser, A Companion to Wolves by Elizabeth Bear and Sarah Monette, and God's Demon by Wayne Barlowe. There's also an interview with J.V. Jones, author of A Sword From Red Ice.

At Fantasy Debut, Tia reviews You Had Me At Halo by Amanda Ashby.

Graeme's Fantasy Book Review looks at Storm Dragon by James Wyatt, Empire of Ivory by Naomi Novik, and Dragon Haven by Robin McKinley.

At Katie's Reading, reviews of Lover Unbound by J.R. Ward (oh, Nightgarden! Are you paying attention?), and Unveiling the Sorceress by Saskia Walker.

OF Blog reviews Shaun Tan's The Arrival and Neil Gaiman's Fragile Things.

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