Finally the 4th season of Game of Thrones is almost here!

Mark your calendar the 4th season will begin on April 6th.  You might want to take a look at Game of Thrones A-Z: An Unoffical Guide to Accompany the Hit TV Series by Martin Howden and Beyond the Wall:  Exploring George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire:  From a Game of Thrones to A Dance With Dragons edited by James Lowder to refresh your memory and to gain new insights about our favorite show.

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Game of Thrones Fans Start Cheering

The fourth season of our show will begin on Sunday, April 6th at 9 pm on HBO. Finally, I can’t wait.

If You Like Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin try:

Theft of Swords   by Michael J. Sullivan

The Sworn   by Gail Martin

The Eye of the World   by Robert Jordan

The Briar King    by J. Gregory Keyes

Furies of Calderon     by Jim Butcher

The Sword of Shannara Trilogy     by Terry Brooks

The Knight    by Gene Wolfe

Gilded Chain    by Dave Duncan

Songs of the Earth   by Elspeth Cooper

Promise of Blood    by Brian McClellan

Prince of Thorns    by Mark Lawrence

A Guile of Dragons     by James Enge

The Dragon’s Path    by Daniel Abraham

Fortress Draconis    by Michael A. Stackpole

The Name of the Wind   by Patrick Rothfuss

The Poison Throne   by Celine Kiernan

Queene of Light    by Jennifer Armintrout

Dragon Champion    by E.E. Knight

The Summoner    by Gail Z. Martin

The Ten Thousand    by Paul Kearney

Dragon in Chains    by Daniel Fox

A Darkness Forged in Fire    by Christopher Evans

Bitterwood    by James Maxey

Wolfblade    by Jennifer Fallon

The Lightstone     by David Zindell

The Malloreon    by David Eddings

The One Kingdom     by Sean Russell

Winter Warriors    by David Gemmell

Tigana    by Guy Gavriel Kay

Dragon Keeper   by Robin Hobb

The Darkness That Comes Before     by R. Scott Bakker

The Dragonbone Chair   by Tad Williams

Chronicles of the Raven:  Dawnthief      by James Barclay

Game of Thrones

The long awaited third season of HBO’s Game of Thrones will begin on Sunday, March 31st.  Rumor has it that dragons will abound…

Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Fans!

Take a look at a new eZine called Waylines at waylinesmagazine.com.  Each issue has four stories, streaming short films and future editions will have author interviews and book talks.  This bi-monthly magazine publishes original speculative fiction and film, so writers /filmmakers and readers who want something really different this site is for you.  It is awesome, can’t wait for the next issue.

Steampunk Novels

Airships, automatons, steam engines, oh my!  These alternative history, Victorian era adventures are fun and extremely addictive.  So prepare for a wild ride and realms that are amazing:

Blood in the Skies (The Hellfire Chronicles)       by G.D. Falksen

The Night Circus      by Erin Morgenstern

Clockwork Angels    by Kevin J. Anderson

The Seduction of Phaeton Black      by Jillian Stone*

Steampunk Prime      by Michael Ashley

Steamed:  A Steampunk Romance    by Katie MacAlister

Mammoth Book of Steampunk

Hot & Steamy:  Tales of Steampunk Romance

Ghosts by Gaslight:  Stories of Steampunk & Supernatural Suspense

Tarnished:  The St. Croix Chronicles    by Karina Cooper

Constantine Affliction:  A Pimm & Skye Adventure     by Aaron T. Payton

God Save the Queen:  The Immortal Empire    by Kate Locke

Iron Wyrm Affair:  (Bannon & Clare)    by Lilith Saintcrow*

A Lady Can Never Be Too Curious    by Mary Wine

Hearts of Smoke and Steam     by Andrew P. Mayer*

The Affinity Bridge:  A Newbury & Hobbes Investigation      by George Mann*

Dead Iron:  The Age of Steam     by Devon Monk

Dancing With Bears:  The Postutopian Adventures of Darger & Surplus   by Michael Swanwick

All Men of Genius    by Lev AC Rosen

The Horns of Ruin     by Tim Akers

The Convent of the Pure    by Sara M. Harvey

Court of the Air    by Stephen Hunt

Soulless (Parasol Protectorate)     by Gail Carriger*

Boneshaker  (The Clockwork Century)    by Cherie Priest*

Perdido Street Station (New Crobuzon)    by China Mieville*

The Time Machine    by H.G. Wells

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea     by Jules Verne

The Difference Engine   by William Gibson

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen    by Alan Moore

The Iron Duke (Iron Seas)   by Meljean Brook*

Incarceron    by Catherine Fisher

The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack (Burton & Swinburne)    by Mark Hodder*

The Horns of Ruin    by Tim Akers

The Death of the Necromancer   by Martha Wells

Darwinia    by Robert Charles Wilson

The Man Who Was Thursday:  A Nightmare    by G.K. Chesterton

The Somnambulist    by Jonathan Barnes

Cold Magic (The Spiritwalker Trilogy)   by Kate Elliott*

Steampunk   by Ann VanderMeer*

The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next)    by Jasper Fforde*

The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters    by Gordon Dahquist*

Retribution Falls    by Chris Wooding

Blackout (All Clear)    by Connie Willis*

The Light Ages   by Ian R. MacLeod

Wicked As They Come    by Delilah S. Dawson

The Clockwork Man    by William Jablonsky

Black Projects, White Knights:  The Company Dossiers    by Kage Baker

The Court of the Air    by Stephen Hunt

Pinion    by Jay Lake*

Whitechapel Gods    by S.M. Peters

The Greyfriar (Vampire Empire)    by Clay Griffith*

The Diamond Age:  Or, a Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer     by Neal Stephenson*

Flaming Zepplins:  The Adventures of Ned the Seal    by Joe R. Lansdale

Space Captain Smith (Chronicles of Isambard Smith)    by Toby Frost*

The Alloy of Law    by Brandon Sanderson*

The Map of Time   by Felix J. Palma

Morlock    by K.W. Jeter

Dearly, Departed (Gone With the Respiration)    by Lia Habel

The Dream of Perpetual Motion      by Dexter Palmer

Anno Dracula     by Kim Newman

 

*Other steampunk titles by this author