Official Twilight Movie Site, Romantic Times July Book Reviews and More!

AUTHORS

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BOOK REVIEWS

Jes Battis reviews Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews.

Angieville reviews Ill Wind by Rachel Caine.

Sally at Bitten By Books reviews The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter.

TV/MOVIE NEWS

Here is the official Twilight movie site. According to the site, the movie will hit theaters on 12/12/08. Just in time for Christmas.

Apparently there is a campaign to bring back the CBS TV show Moonlight.   From a letter received by Tate Hallaway and posted to her blog:

I was just writing to ask if you happened to be a fan of Moonlight the vampire tv show?? As you may or may not know, CBS has recently cancelled this amazing series after just one season.

I’m part of a massive online group to ‘save’ the show or alternatively have it moved to a new network (www.moonlightarmy.com, www.moonlight-united.com)

PUBLISHING NEWS

Romantic Times has posted its July book review ratings. Marjorie Liu’s The Iron Hunt, L.A. Banks’ The Shadows and Eve Kenin’s Hidden are all in the Top Picks list.

Dear Author discusses the value of authorial endorsement:

In this political season, the candidates have received endorsements from people that they have had to “reject and denounce*”. The Good, The Bad, and the Unread, featured a promo for the September release of Double Enchantment by Kathleen Kennedy which is the second book in her Relics of Merlin series. Kennedy’s world is set in the Victorian era and has a unique way of assigning nobility according to the strength and type of magic one can perform. What I remember from the first book which I forgot to review, Enchanting the Lady, the shapeshifters were considered lower class individuals. (They are animals, after all).

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5 comments on “Official Twilight Movie Site, Romantic Times July Book Reviews and More!

  1. When life offers u a dream so far beyond any of ur expectations its not reasonable 2 grieve when it comes 2 an end

  2. I love this movie. it was beautiful. it changed my view on everything. It is a story of love and compassion. This movie saved my life

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