Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Books of the future

I'm jumping in the readers pool and making waves with the books I want to surf my brainwaves on in the up in coming months.

Jaid Black, the Queen of Steam has no less than four books coming out in 2007. She has MORE than four and quite a few that will deal with her Trek series. Can I say EXCITED?

LKH has the Harlequin coming out later this year. And the buzz and hints she's been sharing has me positively chomping at the bit.

Samantha Graves/C. J. Barry has her first contemporary coming out in a few months. Yippee!

Warlord, the last in the Warprize trilogy by Elizabeth Vaughn is coming out in March. So, I am keeping an eye our for that.

Jill Monroe has one coming out in February but the word is out that it may come out sooner. Yeah! I have every one she's written so far, and this will join it's mates soon enough.

Jayne Ann Krentz has a cross over book coming out that I have been waiting for. It's the first of its type for her, so she's a tad nervous. I bet it'll do just fine.

Nina Bangs just told me that she recently submitted a book to her publisher. If all goes well, I hope to have a great time reading her latest towards the end of the year. She's never let me down yet.

J.R. Wards' Lover Revealed is coming out too. Michelle B at Romance By the Blog has read the ARC and she's all excited about it. Will she share hints and spoilers? Nope, not yet, although we keep schmoozing her to give us a taste, LOL. What a great buzz.

Lucy Monro has a new werewolf book coming out that is generating some awesome reviews. I love me my paranormal and since she is SUCH a romantic romance author, this book has GOT to be good.

Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dream Hunter book is coming out any day. Lust drives me crazy over those Dark Hunters and their world.

I think there's going to be one final Crazy book from Tara Jenson .... or did I read it already. Geesh, now I don't remember. What a great series that was in 2006. Sad to think it might be over.

E authors, Lauren Dane, Daisy Dexter Dobbs, Savannah Jordon, Ann Cory, Jaci Burton, Megan Hart, Diana Bold, Rene Lyons, and quite a few others have some wonderful offerings that only enhance the reader experience. Makes me VERY glad I have a computer.

I realize that there are at least 15 more books whose titles I've missed, or authors left unnamed. That doesn't mean that they'll go unread.

2007 promises to be a year where I'll be glad I'm working - all the more to support my habit.

Oh! Did I forgot Karen Marie Moning's new series?
Christina Dodd?
Robin T. Popp?
Robin D. Owens?
P.C. Cast?

Lynn Viehl?

OH! And I discovered a new Vampire author - a guy! It's gritty and interesting and fun and dirty and scary and , and ..... I'll tell you all about it next post.



Bailey Stewart said...

New Dresden book in April!!!!!

Brandy said...

You also forgot Charlaine Harris and Kay Hooper!! AND Laucy Monore has the secret gov't agency (the Goddard Projest)books due out in May and Dec..

Anonymous said...

Whoa, that is a serious list. Bravo!

I'm finally getting around to reading A Clockwork Orange. The use of language is really remarkable.

BTW, lurking is okay. ;)

Michele said...

Brandy, Lucy has another one in additon to the one I mentioned? She is amazingly prolific, isn't she? I forgot Charlaine? How could I? Easy, it's the first I've heard of it. I'm not a fan of her Graveside series, so if this is a Sookie, then, I'm all for it!

Bailey!! A Dresen? A Dresden! Oh yes! This is the month that the TV series premiers on Sci-FI AND I CAN'T WATCH IT BECAUSE I DON'T HAVE CABLE!!
**Sob Sob {sniffle}**

At least I can read. I need to take comfort in the fact that rarely does a movie or series do justice to the book.
Right? ***sniffle***

JASON!! Hello and thank you! I"ve been noticing a trend on some of the blogs.. a running tally of books read for the year. I am thinking of doing that... but some go as far as to count pages read too. I think that's a bit extreme.

A Clockwork Orange? Wasn't that made into a violent, naughty movie? I remember all the hubbub about it, but I was under age at the time so I didn't really clue into its significance, if it has any. Clue me in when you're done and let me know if it's an entertaining recommend or a "teaching" recommend.

*grin* and thanks for the "lurker" understanding. You are SUCH a sweety.
Happy Reading ( and writing)

Brandy said...

All Together Dead, due out May of this year. A Sookie Stackhouse book. I don't really care for her "Grave" books either.

Bailey Stewart said...

This month?! It's this month?! I have to check the listings. We have something called A/B channels and I don't watch the B channels much, but Sci-Fi is on there. WhooHoo!!!!

Mailyn said...

A man writing about vamps should be awesome !At least I hope. I like male authors better because they get down and dirty!

Anonymous said...

Wow! Thank you so much, Michele, for mentioning me in your blog. :)

You've made my day!


Michele said...

Brandy - Yeah! It's a Sookie. Thanks!

Bailey - You get the station? Lucky Ducky . Have fun for me.

Mailyn - Oh yeah, he definitely gets down and dirty. He has to , he's a rogue enforcer. That's as dirty as it gets.

Rene!!!! Hey Girl! Congrats on all the great buzz on your book(s) Your star is definitely rising. Hugs!!