Blog-Love: January 2009!

03 Jan

Okay, I’m sure no-one will blame me for being a few days late with this. 🙂 On the first, I wasn’t really able to speak English, never mind write it! 🙂 So, here goes:

    Authors First:

Peter V Brett has posted his review of… well, go check it out! It’s a book most of you have probably read, and the author picked up a pretty damn important award.. don’t know? Go check it out here. 🙂

Brandon Sanderson has posted a Happy New Year post, and it in talks about a bit of everything – his plans for ’09, a bit about A Memory of Light, and lots else! 🙂

The Jack of Ravens has got an interesting little post that’ll lead you to a lightshow over Birmingham – check it out! 🙂 You do know who Jack of Ravens is, don’t you?

Mark Newton, author of the upcoming Nights of Villjamur, talks a bit about what he’s been up to in the last few days and also points us to some new music! 🙂


Mihai, the Dark Wolf of the Blog-sphere, has got a post up regarding his reading goals for ’09;

Mark, the Walker of Worlds, has got a review of a Doctor Who book (sounds pretty good), a post sending you to the song that was made in honour of the gigantic link-up meme that happened a few weeks ago (awesome song!), and a post covering new releases for 2009! 🙂

Fantasy Book Critic has got yet another awesome post up regarding graphic novels to look forward to this year,

Graeme has reviewed a Star Wars graphic novel (nope, I don’t have that one yet),

Liz and Mark over at My Favourite Books have announced the winners of their Book-A-Day giveaway, so if you entered, go have a look to see if you’re a winner! 🙂

Bloof of the Muse have got a review up on a new 30 Days of Night comic,

Peter V Brett’s buddy Jay went to watch Frank Miller’s The Spirit and shares his thoughts,

Book Spot Central has got a review of Night of the Furies up, and I think I’ll take their advice,

and last but not least, the incredible series-reviewing group over at Dragons, Heroes and Wizards have reviewed Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn Trilogy! 🙂

Okay, that’s it for this blog-love for January! 🙂 I’m sure 2009 is going to be an incredible year for SFF!

Not only have we got some genuinely incredible books to look forward to (The Desert Spear, The Other Lands, A Memory of Light, hopefully Dust of Dreams, 13 Years Later, and all those in post I did covering John Jarrold’s new releases), but I’m sure we’ll be seeing some wonderful news authors getting deals, too! 🙂

2009 is going to ROCK!

Be Fantastic!


Posted by on January 3, 2009 in Announcements


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2 responses to “Blog-Love: January 2009!

  1. Mulluane

    January 3, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    I’m a group now! Sweet! LOL

    Thanks for the link Dave :>)

  2. Dark Wolf

    January 6, 2009 at 11:02 am

    Thank you for the link 🙂


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