Monday, 2 July 2012

Upcoming Books That Don't Yet Have A Cover.

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown

“A refreshing and inventive new twist” on the vampire genre; set in the not-so-distant future, where the vampire population has surged, resulting in the establishment of quarantined cities of vampires and humans where predator and prey coexist in a never-ending blood party of revelry.
Expected publication: September 1st 2013 by Indigo 

A Furious Darkness

A paranormal romance: dystopian, with werewolf gypsy gladiators, zombie armies, and road warrior vampires.
Expected publication: November 27th 2012 by Avon

Conjure (The Hoodoo Apprentice #1)

Be careful what you search for... Sixteen-year-old twins Emma and Jack Guthrie hope for a little summer adventure when they find an eighteenth-century message in a bottle revealing a hidden pirate treasure. With their best friend—and Emma's secret crush—Cooper Beaumont, they discover the treasure, and accidentally unleash an ancient Gullah Hoodoo curse that attacks Jack with the wicked flesh-eating Creep and promises to steal Cooper’s soul on his approaching eighteenth birthday. Determined to save the two people she loves the most, Emma apprentices herself to an elderly sea island hoodoo root doctor who agrees to teach her the magic to undo the hex while she works to unravel the riddle of the pirate’s message. With the clock ticking down to Cooper’s birthday and Jack turning into a walking skeleton, Emma must hone her new skills to conjure visions of the past to discover the curse’s origins, steal an antique ruby, battle a horde of terrifying demon dogs, and summon ancient spirits who can help set things right before it’s too late.
Expected publication: September 24th 2012 by Entangled Publishing, LLC

The Clockwork Key (Secret Order of Modern Amusmentists #1)

Kristin Welker’s YA debut, THE CLOCKWORK KEY, a clockpunk romantic adventure set in Victorian England about a girl who unravels the secrets of a mysterious society of inventors and their most dangerous creation.
Published 2012 by Simon Pulse

In the After

No comments:

Post a Comment