Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Linkage

I haven't done any links in awhile so I think I'm overdue. The Fantasy Book Critic is always my favorite place to link. Right now he has a great review of Snuff by Chuck Palahniuk and many giveaways, including Tigerheart by Peter David, Kushiel's Mercy by Jaqueline Carey, The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowskis and A full set of the Death's Head novels by David Gunn. Pat's Fantasy Hotlist has a review of Ian Esslemont's Return of the Crimson Guard and a giveaway featuring Kull: Exile of Atlantis by Robert E. Howard. If you didn't know already, Tor Books now offers free downloads of great books. This week it's Starfish by Peter Watts and next week it's Touch of Evil by C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp. Neil Gaiman has a site up for The Graveyard Book. Slippery Brick has a fun list of 54 memorable sci-fi robots. Graeme's Fantasy Review has a copy of The Mirrored Heavens by David J. Williams for giveaway. I just got this one to review and I'm looking forward to it. AND he just added a contest to win Scar Night by Alan Campbell. Jumpdrives and Cantrips has a review of Robert Heinlein's classic, Starship Troopers. The early reviews are in for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and they seem to be mostly positive. We knew this would be a sentimental favorite anyway. Christian Bale has signed on to make THREE more Terminator movies. Pinch me. i09 has an article about the 7 types of bad bosses and how Star Trek tells us how to survive them. Now go out there and win some free stuff and read some good articles!

4 comments:

Avery DeBow said...

Your link to the review of "Kushiel's Mercy" review reminded me how far behind I've fallen on that series. I finished the Phedre trilogy, but haven't yet picked up the rest. Too bad, too, because I truly admire Jacqueline Carey. Her work is the inspiration behind the plotting and intrigue that made its way into my book. Of course, I couldn't do it nearly as well; she's a mastermind.

SQT said...

I totally agree. I think Carey is an amazing talent.

Jean-Luc Picard said...

Three more 'Terminators'? Super!

Charles Gramlich said...

I will definitely try for that Howard book.

Christian Bale and three terminators? Hum, this guy is on fire these days eh?