This is me, sighing. I am so behind the times. Turns out that Penguin Publishing has something called e-Specials, and several popular paranormal series have entries in it. I had no clue. Not sure if everyone else is ahead of me (er, probably), but I decided to list a few that might appeal…
- Katie MacAlister has a story called Unleashed, and it is part of her Dark Ones series.
- Red Blooded is a Gods of Midnight e-novella from Deidre Knight.
- Never actually heard much about these, but Sunny has a story called Mona Lisa Three, and it is part of her Monere series.
- This one may also be available in a print version anthology, (if I am not completely nuts), but Magic Mourns from Ilona Andrews is also available in the e-special format.
- From Virginia Kantra comes a Children of the Earth story, called Midsummer Night’s Magic.
- Wild About You is a new series from Vicki Lewis Thompson, and it features a short called Werewolf in Greenwich Village.
- I have been looking forward to the new Heather Killough-Walden Lost Angels series, and I believe Always, Angel is a prequel story.
- Moon Dance is the name of the Mageverse novella from Angela Knight.
- From the world of Deborah Cooke‘s Dragonfire series comes Harmonia’s Kiss.
- Eternal Embers is set in the Dragon’s Heat world, written by Tessa Adams.
There were a couple that were unrelated to the Penguin published ones above…
- Charley Davidson returns in the short For I Have Sinned, written by Darynda Jones.
- Early Girl Gets the Blood Wolf is a story by Michele Bardsley, part of her Broken Heart series.
- Alyssa Day will have a Warriors of Poseidon novella coming out in October called Alejandro’s Sorceress, but I can’t seem to find any info about it other than on her official site.
- and the upcoming Eternal Wolf Clan trilogy from Stephanie Tyler will get a prequel in the form of Dire Warning. Again, no links available as yet.
I am not quite sure how adding the e-books to the new release pages will go, since there are just so darn many of them, and the suckers are proving slippery to track down with any sort of finesse. It is sort of hit and miss, actually, unless I just haven’t managed to perfect my technique as yet. What I will be doing is adding the e-books to the reading lists for any of the series already featured here, like the ones listed above. Might take a while to get them all added, but should be straight forward enough to find. It is a start, anyways.