The picks for the month of November are SONGS OF LOVE AND DEATH by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois and ONE NIGHT IN SCOTLAND by Karen Hawkins. If you would like to participate in the tour, please email email@example.com
SONGS OF LOVE AND DEATH
The tour date is November 18.
A groundbreaking anthology featuring stories from some of the most prestigious names in romance, fantasy, and science fiction, edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois.
Co-edited by blockbuster bestselling author George R.R. Martin, whose fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire is being made into an HBO event, and Gardner Dozois, one of the pre-eminent anthologists of science fiction and fantasy and winner of fifteen Hugo Awards, Songs of Love and Death is a star-studded cross-genre anthology that explores the borderlands of fantasy, science fiction, and romance. Featuring stories from and about the heart, these tales of romance are played out against every kind of setting, from ghost-haunted fantasy landscapes to mile-long spaceships in transit among the stars. Including some of the most well-known, bestselling, and award-winning authors in the industry, this must-have collection features original stories by Neil Gaiman, Diana Gabaldon, Jim Butcher, Marjorie M. Liu, Robin Hobb, Jo Beverley, Jacqueline Carey, and many more.
ONE NIGHT IN SCOTLAND
The Tour Date is November 23rd
New York Times bestselling author Karen Hawkins delivers the first book in a sparkling spin-off Regency series featuring the Hurst siblings—two of whom were the heroines in Sleepless in Scotland and The Laird Who Loved Me .
Michael Hurst is obsessed with an ancient Hurst family amulet and is determined to find it after all these years. During his search he disappears, and his younger brothers set out to find him, leaving their sister Mary at home. When a message arrives that he is being held prisoner and will be released only if his family returns a black onyx box covered in runes, Mary sets out to retrieve the item from their friend and fellow antiquarian, Angus Erskine.
But when she arrives in Scotland, nothing is as she expects. The keeper of the box, the sexy-as-sin Earl of Mar, believes her to be an imposter sent to seduce him. Mary refuses to leave until confirmation of her story arrives from a mutual friend. As the artifact continues to be threatened by thieves, the two must work together to keep it safe long enough to get her brother back—all the while trying to guard their hearts from an unexpected love.