Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010

March State o’ the Thing

I’ve just sent out State of the Thing, our monthly newsletter. Sign up to get it, or you can read a copy online.

This month’s State of the Thing features a round-up of new features, book recommendations from Dexter Palmer and Susan Wilson, and two exclusive author interviews:

Jonathan Maberry is the author of the techno-thriller Patient Zero. His new book, The Dragon Factory, is the sequel. Jonathan is a multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning author, magazine feature writer, playwright, content creator, writing teacher/lecturer and LibraryThing author.

Seth Grahame-Smith broke onto the classics scene with Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Now he’s taking on the biography genre with Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. As we all know, Lincoln rises to political power to become one of the most famous presidents of all time for his fight against the injustice of slavery (and vampirism).

Next month our interviews are with Anne Lamott and Alan Bradley.

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  1. esta1923 says:

    I cannot imagine (do not want to try) what the previous comment means.

    I have just spent a BIG amount of time listening to/enjoying a speech Tim made to librarians. Good job! I learned things I did not know and will try to use this new knowledge.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I was just reading Vampire hunter and on page 36 it states the abes mother dies and he was nine and his sister was eleven. Then on page 40 is states that thier father just over a year after the mother died was going to go get a new mother and abe and his sister are still the same age nine and eleven

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