This is a crazy month for science fiction and fantasy books. There’s a new Robert J. Sawyer mind-bender, and Catherynne M. Valente’s last fairyland book. Plus alternate histories, fairytales, magical realism, and tons more. These are all the most unmissable science fiction books in March!
Every author collaboration is its own little kingdom, complete with its own set of rules, protocols, and practices. Here's a look at how Melissa Marr and Kelley Armstrong collaborated to write the Blackwell Pages trilogy.
Author Melissa Marr is here to take your questions! Ask her about her bestselling series Wicked Lovely, what we might expect to see in its movie adaptation, or her brand new novel, Made For You, which she's also going to be revealing the brand new cover design for!
Melissa Marr has caused a huge splash with young-adult fantasy books like Wicked Lovely — and now she's making a big move into adult fiction with her new novel The Arrivals, about a group of people who find themselves in a strange and terrible land — a place where people shoot at you and do deadly magic.
Looks like we'll get a sufficiently dark movie adaptation of Melissa Marr's Wicked Lovely: Deadline reports American Psycho director Mary Harron will helm the project.
For years, Rebekkah has bounced from city to city. But when her grandmother Maylene passes away, she's drawn back to tiny Claysville and finds she's inherited more than just the family home. She's responsible for seeing that the dead stay dead.
Looking for something to stick in the beach bag? This month brings new novels by Jacqueline Carey and Laurell K. Hamilton, plus zombies, vampires, robots, and some levitating kids.
A bestselling YA fantasy book series about a girl who can see invisible, dangerous fairies is about to get a big-screen film adaptation from Kimberly Peirce, director of the acclaimed Boys Don't Cry and the underrated Stop-Loss.