Sunday, October 16, 2011

Children's Chapter Books 9/3/2011-10/14/2011

Children's Chapter Books Kindle ebooks between 9/30/2011 and 10/14/2011.

For a general introduction and statement about why this blog exists see About the New Ebook Release Blog.

The book lists is divided into two portions, the books that are published by an agency publisher (which generally means they are of more interest) or which I personally found interesting, and those which are not.

The second list will contain some very interesting books on average, but will also have a much larger number of books to look through. For a more detailed discussion of this distinction see Agency Books


Below are some books that I found interesting during this timeperiod. I'm sure that there are other interesting books, I encourage people to point out good books in the comments.

Recomended Releases

TitleAuthorNotes
The Phantom LimbWilliam Sleator,Ann MonticoneWiliam Sleator was a great, sometimes disturbing, but always interesting YA writer
Scott Westerfeld: Leviathan TrilogyScott WesterfeldA great steampunk version of WWI. If you haven't already read the previous books, this would be well worth your time. A little overpriced for a all in one. I wouldn't be surprised if it was cheaper to buy them individually.

Horror 9/30/2011-10/14/2011

Horror Kindle ebooks between 9/30/2011 and 10/14/2011.

For a general introduction and statement about why this blog exists see About the New Ebook Release Blog.

The book lists is divided into two portions, the books that are published by an agency publisher (which generally means they are of more interest) or which I personally found interesting, and those which are not.

The second list will contain some very interesting books on average, but will also have a much larger number of books to look through. For a more detailed discussion of this distinction see Agency Books

Romance 9/30/2011-10/14/2011

Romance Kindle ebooks between 9/30/2011 and 10/14/2011.

For a general introduction and statement about why this blog exists see About the New Ebook Release Blog.
The book lists is divided into two portions, the books that are published by an agency publisher (which generally means they are of more interest) or which I personally found interesting, and those which are not.
The second list will contain some very interesting books on average, but will also have a much larger number of books to look through. For a more detailed discussion of this distinction see Agency Books

Professional & Technical 9/30/2011-10/14/2011

Professional & Technical Kindle ebooks between 9/30/2011 and 10/14/2011.

For a general introduction and statement about why this blog exists see About the New Ebook Release Blog.

The book lists is divided into two portions, the books that are published by an agency publisher (which generally means they are of more interest) or which I personally found interesting, and those which are not.

The second list will contain some very interesting books on average, but will also have a much larger number of books to look through. For a more detailed discussion of this distinction see Agency Books

NonFiction 9/30/2011-10/14/2011

Nonfiction Kindle ebooks between 9/30/2011 and 10/14/2011.

For a general introduction and statement about why this blog exists see About the New Ebook Release Blog.
The book lists is divided into two portions, the books that are published by an agency publisher (which generally means they are of more interest) or which I personally found interesting, and those which are not.
The second list will contain some very interesting books on average, but will also have a much larger number of books to look through. For a more detailed discussion of this distinction see Agency Books

Literary Fiction 9/30/2011-10/14/2011

Mystery & Thrillers 9/30/2011-10/14/2011

Mystery & Thrillers Kindle ebooks between 9/30/2011 and 10/14/2011.

For a general introduction and statement about why this blog exists see About the New Ebook Release Blog.

The book lists is divided into two portions, the books that are published by an agency publisher (which generally means they are of more interest) or which I personally found interesting, and those which are not.

The second list will contain some very interesting books on average, but will also have a much larger number of books to look through. For a more detailed discussion of this distinction see Agency Books

Fantasy 9/30/2011-10/14/2011

Fantasy Kindle ebooks between 9/30/2011 and 10/14/2011.

For a general introduction and statement about why this blog exists see About the New Ebook Release Blog.

The book lists is divided into two portions, the books that are published by an agency publisher (which generally means they are of more interest) or which I personally found interesting, and those which are not.

The second list will contain some very interesting books on average, but will also have a much larger number of books to look through. For a more detailed discussion of this distinction see Agency Books


Below are some books that I found interesting during this timeperiod. I'm sure that there are other interesting books, I encourage people to point out good books in the comments.

Recomended Releases

TitleAuthorNotes
The Book of DzurSteven BrustA collection of two earlier books. Worth getting if you don't have them, but don't start with this collection.
Reap the East WindGlen CookA classic set of novels from Glen Cook.
The Sacred Band: The Acacia Trilogy, Book Three: The War with the MeinDavid Anthony DurhamThird book in the Acacia Trilogy
Nights of the Round Table and Other Stories of Heroic FantasyTanya HuffI like Tanya Huff, this is worth looking at.
Snuff (Discworld)Terry PratchettA Vimes novel from Pratchett, it's hard to go wrong here.
Infinity Blade: AwakeningBrandon SandersonI would not read an Infinity Blade tie in, except that Brandon Sanderson is one of the newest fantasy stars.
Mendocino Mellow: A FantasyJohn WaltersAdd Notes

Science Fiction 9/3/2011-10/14/2011

Science Fiction Kindle ebooks between 9/30/2011 and 10/14/2011.

For a general introduction and statement about why this blog exists see About the New Ebook Release Blog.
The book lists is divided into two portions, the books that are published by an agency publisher (which generally means they are of more interest) or which I personally found interesting, and those which are not.
The second list will contain some very interesting books on average, but will also have a much larger number of books to look through. For a more detailed discussion of this distinction see Agency Books

Below are some books that I found interesting during this timeperiod. I'm sure that there are other interesting books, I encourage people to point out good books in the comments.

Recomended Releases

TitleAuthorNotes
Infinity Blade: AwakeningBrandon SandersonI would not read an Infinity Blade tie in, except that Brandon Sanderson is one of the newest fantasy stars.
The Children of the SkyVernor VingeLong anticipated sequal to the wonderful A Fire upon the Deep