Small House of Everything

Small House of Everything

Monday, May 19, 2014


  • Ilsa J. Bick, Keith R. A. DeCandido, John J. Ordover, Terri Osborne, & Cory Rushton, Star Trek:  Corps of Engineers:  Wounds.  Television tie-in collection of six stories originally published separately as e-Books.
  • Brett Cogburn, The Texans.  Western.  According to the back cover, the author is the grandson of Rooster Cogburn.  Yes, that Rooster Cogburn.
  • Glen Cook, The Silver Spike.  Fantasy.
  • Larry Correia, Monster Hunter Alpha.  Fantasy, the third in the Monster Hunter series.
  • Juanita Coulson, Outward Bound and Legacy of Earth.  SF.  Books Two and Three of the Children of the Stars series.
  • Peter Crowther, editor - Infinities.  SF collection of four novellas.
  • Richie Tankersley Cusick, Silent Stalker.  YA horror.
  • Keith R. A. DeCandido - Supernatural:  Nevermore.  Television tie-in novel.
  • Esther Friesner - Harpy High.  Fantasy, a sequel to Gnome Man's Land.
  • Jeff Gelb & Michael Garrett, editors, Hot Blood XIII:  Dark Passions.  Collection of 20 erotic horror stories.
  • Simon R. Green - Ghostworld, the second in the Twilight of the Empire SF series, and Nightingale's Lament, a fantasy novel in the Nightside series.
  • Maxim Jakubowski, editor, The Best New British Mysteries.  Anthology of 28 mysteries stories from 2003, originally published (inexplicably, to my mind) as The Best British Mysteries 2005.
  • Ric Meyers,  Fear Itself.  Horror, the first in the Book of the Undead series.
  • Nick Pollotta, Full Monster.  Gaming (BUREAU 13 STALKING THE NIGHT FANTASTIC) tie-in novel, the third in the series.
  • Mike Resnick, The Soul Eater.  SF.
  • Keith Roberts, Kiteworld.  SF.
  • John Shirley, Kamus of Kadizhar:  The Black Hole of Carcosa.  Fantasy/P.I. novel based on a character created by Michael J. Reaves.
  • Charles Stross, The Family Trade.  Fantasy, Book One of The Merchant Princes.
  • Robert Weinberg, A Calculated Magic.  Fantasy, the sequel to A Logical Magician.

1 comment:

  1. Just finished UNDER THE SKIN, Michel Faber, so different from the movie but good also. Now reading stories from Vicki Hendricks, FUR PEOPLE and Ed's SCREAM QUEENS, still going on the UPDIKE and starting THE SNOW QUEEN by Michael Cunningham.