Posts tagged: elizabeth-moon

Release Week: Will McIntosh's Love Minus Eighty, Jon Steele's Angel City, Elizabeth Moon's Limits of Power, and Jason Sheehan's A Private Little War

Posted on 2013-06-12 at 15:38 by Sam

JUNE 5-11, 2013: After an absolutely over-packed release week last week, there's a bit of a calm before more big releases next week -- Neil Gaiman's The Ocean at the End of the Lane and Max Barry's Lexicon for starters). Still, several audiobooks really catch my eye and ear this week, ranging from the latest standalone novel from Will McIntosh, to a follow-on to war journalist Jon Steele's The Watchers, to the latest novel in Elizabeth Moon's Paksennarion series, to a debut sf novel from food editor Jason

Posted in Release Week | Tagged elizabeth-moon, jason sheehan, jon steele, will mcintosh

Release Week: Eric Flint's 1632, Elizabeth Moon's Echoes of Betrayal, Larry Niven, and The Technologists

Posted on 2012-02-21 at 18:43 by Sam
Since, though apparently I missed the memo, TC McCarthy’s Exogene is set for a March 1 release instead of coming out today as I’d mistakenly thought, the big audiobook release this week is 1632: Ring of Fire, Book 1 By Eric Flint, Narrated by George Guidall for Recorded Books:

Published in print by Baen in 2000, 1632 became a bestseller and spawned a bestselling series of alternate history and its own fanfiction magazine, its own track at Dragon*Con, and who knows what else. Synopsis: A small bit of

Posted in regular, Release Week | Tagged 1632, echoes-of-betrayal, elizabeth-moon, eric-flint, release week