Posts tagged: jl-hilton

Whispersync Daily Deal: Altered Destiny by Shawna Thomas and Osiris by E.J. Swift

Posted on 2014-02-17 at 17:17 by Sam

Monday, February 17, 2014: Today's crop of Kindle Daily Deal (and other sale) titles include two of interest here. First up, Altered Destiny by Shawna Thomas, priced at $0.99 on Kindle with a $0.99 Whispersync for Voice upgrade to the Audible edition, read by Uma Incrocci for Carina Press. Nominally, Carina is a romance-first electronic imprint of Harlequin, and they've also put out some stellar sf titles in their own right such as J.L. Hilton's Stellarnet Rebel (The Stellarnet Series) (itself a perpetually

Posted in Whispersync Deals | Tagged carina-press, ej swift, jl-hilton, osiris, shawna thomas, uma icrocci

Sam's Listening Report: February 2013

Posted on 2013-11-21 at 13:0 by Sam

Well... wow. I've really let these reports get way, way out of hand. It's mid-November! Anyway... I'm not really sure how it happened, but though February is the shortest month it was a huge month of listening for me after quite a start to the year in January as well. I also threaded in John Scalzi's episodic The Human Division (which I won't review myself here, since Dave covered these magnificently through his Listen-a-Long). Wonderful books and in a splendid variety, from a crazed serial killer in New

Posted in Sam's Monthly Listening Report | Tagged ben aaronovitch, clay and susan griffith, gun machine, james marsters, jl-hilton, justine eyre, karen lord, kobna holdbrook-smith, leviathan chronicles, midnight rio, mur lafferty, patricia mccormick, reg e cathey, robin miles, sold, stefan kiesbye, stellarnet prince, the best of all possible worlds, vampire epire, warren ellis, your house is on fire your children all gone

Interview Monday: narrator Gayle Hendrix on Stellarnet Rebel

Posted on 2012-01-09 at 16:44 by Sam

For the second Interview Monday of 2012, I’m very happy to welcome narrator Gayle Hendrix to talk about Stellarnet Rebel, the debut novel by J.L. Hilton released last week in e-book and audiobook by Harlequin e-imprint Carina PressStellarnet Rebel sees newsblogger Genny O’Riordan arrive on “Asteria, a corporate-owned deep-space colony populated by refugees, criminals, and obsessed online gamers”.

There she meets Duin, an alien speaking out against the invasion of his homeworld by the insect-like Tikati

Posted in regular | Tagged carina-press, gayle-hendrix, interviews, jl-hilton, stellarnet-rebel