Cover to Cover #386A: Book Roundup

Discussion: Ian asks Stackpole if he still follows what's happening in the literary Star Wars universe, including what's going on with characters that he'd created; Arkle recommends Sanguisuga by Christi-Anne, the only vampire novel he's ever liked

The Library: This week's rundown: The Sapphire Sirens by John Zakour; The Battle of Devastation Reef by Graham Sharp Paul; Candle in the Storm by Morgan Howell; Changing the World edited by Mercedes Lackey; The Devil's Alphabet by Daryl Gregory; Nightchild by James Barclay; Three Days to Dead by Kelly Meding; First Lord's Fury by Jim Butcher; Total Oblivion, More or Less by Alan DeNiro; Confessions of a Demon by S. L. Wright; The Magicians and Mrs. Quent by Galen Beckett; The Silver Skull by Mark Chadbourn

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  1. While both Mikes were unaware, I'd like to point out that "Changing the World" is not the first Valdemar anthology with stories by outside authors... I have 3 others, and I'll likely be reading this one over the holidays.

    Yes, I own most of the books set in the Valdemar universe, why do you ask? 🙂

  2. I need to sit down. They actually played my whole voicemail! 🙂

    Speaking of which; Oi Mennega! What've you got against Sarah McLachlan? 😉