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An Excerpt, a Cover, and Some Awards

First, for fans of the Hero series, Moira J. Moore has posted the matching scene from the first book, Resenting the Hero, written from Taro's perspective instead of Lee's. And it's awesome. Only 8 months left till the fourth book comes out!

Next, here is the cover for the second Alpha and Omega novel, Hunting Ground, by Patricia Briggs. (Thanks Renee for the heads up!)





Lastly, Urban Fantasy Land is holding their Reader's Choice Awards right now. If you go vote and spread the word about the awards, you'll be entered in a contest to win a $25 gift card from a major online bookseller. Go have your say!

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  1. purrty cover. I love Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson books, i've not tried the Alpha Omega ones yet.

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  2. They are a fun offshoot of the Mercy books. Especially if you like the Marrok and his sons.

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  3. I just found your link! Anytime. :-)

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