Wednesday, October 19, 2011
We've all heard the saying "feast or famine." Well, it seems like we at POD People have been in the famine mode when it came to books to review.
I have good news - the cycle has swung, and now we have a feast of books. Here's what's coming down the pike, listed in no particular order:
1) From Stephen England, a contemporary thriller ebook Pandora's Grave.
2) From political blogger Roy Edroso, a novel Morgue For Whores. Apparently it starts when the protagonist wakes up to find two naked and dead people in his bedroom. Roy had a conventional publishing contract for this book in 2008, but his publisher went bankrupt.
3) From Joshua Palmatier writing as Benjamin Tate, two fantasy novels that will be under the "What a Pod Peep Reads," Well of Sorrows and the sequel, Leaves of Flame.
4) From the team of Debra Doyle and Jim Macdonald, the self-published ebook re-release of their space opera The Price of the Stars.
Darn, I got tired just typing all of that! Looks like a busy fall review schedule.