Thursday, November 29, 2007

Thursday night genre link round-up.

Hmmm... Big day for paranormal romance reviews out there. Vampires and werewolves and tight abs, oh my!
At Fantasy Magazine, Paula Guran reviews Pirate Freedom by Gene Wolfe and The Devil You Know by Mike Carey.

Weird Tales wants to know who you think are the 85 weirdest storytellers ever. Go vote!

Dear Author has two reviews of The Down Home Zombie Blues by Linnea Sinclair. But just one review of Eternal by V.K. Forest. (Poor V.K.!)

Colleen Mondor is very much annoyed at everyone telling her to read something else. (Something that isn't genre, that is.) And she uses John Wayne to make her point. +100 points for that one.

Bookgasm reviews The Sword Edged Blonde by Alex Bledsoe and I Am Legend by Richard Matheson.

Book Fetish reviews The Deluge by Mark Harris, A Lick of Frost by Laurell K. Hamilton, and Atlantis Awakening by Alyssa Day.

Fantasy & Sci Fi Lovin' Book Review - excuse me, but can I just say, no offense but, dude? You need a better blog name - now where were we? - looks at The Complete Guide to Writing SF, Volume One, edited by Dave Law et al.

Grasping for the Wind reviews The Blue Haired Bombshell by John Zakour, and an interview with Stephen Lawhead.

The Wertzone reviews Swiftly by Adam Roberts.

Graeme's Fantasy Book Review looks at The Awakened Mage by Karen Miller, Another One Bites the Dust by Jennifer Rardin, and In the Eye of Heaven by Dave Keck.

At the Endicott Studio blog, Midori Snyder discusses the various print incarnations of Beowulf. A great article!

A Dribble of Ink reviews The Book of Joby by Mark J. Ferrari.

Fantasy Book Critic has an interview with Josh Conviser.

2 comments:

S.M.D. said...

Psst...actually F & SF Lovin' Book Reviews isn't my blog. It's SQT's. I simply do guest reviews for her. So technically...it's a she :P. Not a dude :P.

That was meant jokingly of course. But thank you very much for the link :)

Jeff C said...

Oops..tonight i posted a review roundup on my blog and didnt realize you do the roundup pretty often on your blog. I'll just add your feed to my blog roll and save myself some work (instead of typing all those links up myself) :)