New on Kindle: February 1st, Part 1

Apologies being behind schedule.

Let’s get back to the business of what’s new on the Kindle?

Conqueror by Stephen Baxter

Buy: Kindle Store

Stephen Baxter’s Times Tapestry quartology is now complete in the Kindle store. The final volume, Weaver, is on the Locus 2008 Recommended reading list.

The series:

  1. Emperor
  2. Conqueror
  3. Navigator
  4. Weaver

Airs Beneath the Moon by Toby Bishop

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The Horsemistress series is now completely available for the Kindle with the addition of Airs Beneath the Moon.

The series thus for:

  1. Airs Beneath the Moon
  2. Airs and Graces
  3. Airs of Night and Sea

Kitty and the Dead Man’s Hand by Carrie Vaughn

Buy: Kindle Store

Another book in the Kitty Norville series, paranormal urban fantasy with more twists than usual.

The Big Question: if werewolves and vampires were real, they’d have a lot of … issues. And frankly not a lot of radio talk show hosts that could handle them.

The solution? Read more at John Scalzi’s Big Idea: Carrie Vaughn feature.

The series is available on the Kindle in its entirety now:

  1. Kitty and the Midnight Hour
  2. Kitty Goes to Washington
  3. Kitty Takes a Holiday
  4. Kitty and the Silver Bullet
  5. Kitty and the Dead Man’s Hand

Next time, Kitty Raises Hell (available for pre-order).

Dragon in Chains by Daniel Fox

Buy: Kindle Store

In the China seas, a dragon has been kept prisoner, chained by monks who guard her. But as the storms of the sea bring a merchant and a pirate ship together, she finds her freedom—and her imprisonment once more in the mind of a captured cabin boy. Ultimate freedom is a necessary goal; but how to achieve it?

On a side note, here’s a look at the process behind creating that spectacular cover over on Tor.com.

To be continued

Kindle Advent Calendar: Day 18 – Wolfsbane and Mistletoe

Wolfsbane and Mistletoe
Edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner
Kindle EditionHardcover

An anthology of short stories entirely devoted to not just werewolves, but werewolves with a holiday theme. Not your average Fantasy/Science Fiction anthology.

This volume includes those who constantly dabble in paranormal romance/mystery stories, but who knew that so many “normal” mystery writers also moonlight as fantasy writers?

Writers included in this volume:

S∂’s full 2008 Advent Calendar.