So if you look over on my sidebar you may notice that Tangled Past has a new release date. Originally it was scheduled for release on May 30th, but during my dinner with Carina’s executive editor the other night, I mentioned that I had two books coming out two weeks apart. So Angela asked if I’d like to have Tangled Past’s release moved to the follow month.
I said yes. And lo and behold, I received an email about twelve hours later confirming that it had a new release date of June 13th.
So hopefully you won’t be inundated (too much) within the same time period with news about my two releases, and won’t get confused by the two different books in the same month. Now you’ll have some time between releases to save up some money to buy them BOTH instead of having to decide between one or the other from that single month’s budget. (See, I’m thinking of your best interests. Honest!)
So as I’m adding books to my new Book Crawler app, I’m also adding yet-to-be-released books that I want to buy/read. Believe it or not, I tend to rely on my friends to keep me in the loop when it comes to other authors’ book releases.
I’ve added Jaci Burton’s The Perfect Play … along with Jill Shalvis’ soon-to-be-released Animal Magnetism (Feb. 1, 2011) and the next in Lauren Dane’s Never Enough, the next in her Brown sibling series (though that isn’t being released until September. Waaah!)
But I know there are more books coming out soon that I need to add to that list. I’m on a big contemporary romance and/or women’s fiction kick at the moment. I’m pretty much done with paranormals, historical if it’s not a Regency England-set story (I’m sorry, I’ve read so many of them they all sound the same), and YA is definitely not on my radar. If JR Ward has a new BDB book coming out, let me know, same with Patricia Briggs, either with her Mercy Thompson series or her Alpha and Omega (that’s Charles and Anna’s) series.
So here’s your chance to pitch in: what books do you have tagged to buy/read when they’re released in the coming months?
Wererabbit, you won the 2011 Toronto Firefighter Calendar contest last week. I sent you an email but haven’t heard back from you. (You may want to check your spam box.) If you could sent me an email to leah (DOT) braemel (AT) gmail (DOT) com with your snail mail address I’ll pop it in the mail for you.
If I don’t hear from you by this time next week, I’ll award the calendar to the second name on my list.