First off head over to The Fictorians where the yap is large and in charge and talking about all the various ways one can be published these days.
Then, guess what we have for you today? Well, as my Hook Me Up! subscribers already know, we have the World Premiere of the cover and the blurb for Alien vs. Alien over at the Alien Collective Virtual HQ. Check it out! (It's SO awesome!)
Now, after we've feasted our eyes on the beauty that is a cover by the ever-awesome Daniel Dos Santos, let's check out the reviews. See what A.B. Keuser thought of Alien in the Family. Then find out what A Buckeye Girl Reads thought of the first two installments in The Neighborhood series by Anita Ensal (yes, that's also moi). And last but in no way least, see what Long and Short Reviews thought of The Royal Scam and what they thought of Contingency Plan by Anita Ensal (yes, still moi).
Check out the top books for the second half of 2012 that Larissa's Bookish Life is waiting for. And one of my fellow panelists for San Diego Comic-Con, Doyce Testerman has a good teaser write up for our panel at SDCC, which might win the Longest Panel Name Award for the con: Stunted Fools, Scary-Ass Clowns, Enlightened Orangutans and other Devilish Charmers: Humor in Science Fiction and Fantasy.
That's it for today but never fear -- there's more, much more, on the way. So, enjoy the trip around the interwebs, and let's be readers out there!
Labels: A Buckeye Girl Reads, Alien Collective Virtual HQ, Alien in the Family, Alien vs. Alien, Anita Ensal, Being Neighborly, Contingency Plan, gini koch, Hook Me Up, The Fictorians, The Neighborhood, The Royal Scam