So Jeaniene Frost responded to the vampire letter, and then I got CC’ed on this. This is getting more ominous by the minute. It’s good there are not a lot of deserts in Florida.
While we are hard at work on Innkeeper and HL, our agent emailed and asked us if we knew anything about this puzzling communication she received. Things are getting deadly serious. Click to enlarge. I shudder to think what might happen next.
This came to our house by mistake. I can’t imagine why they would send it here. Dear Jeaniene, I am very concerned for you. Please call me. Link to a very disturbing letter.
Happy Book Birthday to Grace Draven! The first book in her new Fallen Empire trilogy comes out today. Gordon and I both loved the book. It has both beauty and savagery, wild magic, and insane odds. We are friends with Grace and her husband, Patrick, so we are understandably biased, but still we recommend this
Jeaniene Frost has unveiled (hehehe) the cover for Ian’s book. Go here to see it and read an interview. Night Rebel series. Woo-woo!
Each year AudioFile editors select best books of the year and this year, WHITE HOT, read by Renee Raudman, was selected for Year’s Best Romance category. Here is the entire selection from the magazine, if you are curious about other genres. [pdf-embedder url=”https://ilona-andrews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/bestof2017_final.pdf”] Huge congratulations to Renee!
Grace Draven through Facebook: Hey, AMID THE WINTER SNOW anthology is up for preorder and I have a story in it. If I bribed you with two bottles of wine and a sacrificial chicken, would you be willing to mention the anthology in a blog post? Me: Give me a snippet and I’ll do it.
I live on military SF set in deep space. You know, the kind where there are massive ships and dramatic space battles, and a small deadly team of space marines or space sailors is caught in the grinder of war and forced to become heroes almost against their will. It’s big and epic, but oh
I meant to post it earlier but with the hurricane, there were other things that had to be done first. Do you want a distraction from the world? I’ve got a book for you. The Queen: Guinevere must save Camelot. Ever since Arthur died, the evil Scarecrow has been trying to marry her and gain
I linked to this story on Beverly Jenkins, which is a really good read. We received a comment from one of the readers who is worried that if she read books by Beverly Jenkins, she might be accused of cultural appropriation. “I own several books of Beverly’s but with all the talk about cultural appropriation,
The breathtaking second novel in New York Times bestselling author Jeaniene Frost’s Broken Destiny series finds Ivy and Adrian rekindling their alliance – and passion – as the struggle for the fate of the world begins . . . Conquering a supernatural realm turned out to be easier than getting over a broken heart. But her initial victory has