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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Sneak Peek (1)- The Unveiling!

Welcome to Sneak Peek!  I'm secretly envious of bloggers who put together a thoughtful, well-organized post that highlights what's coming up on the blog for that week, so I decided to walk in their glorious footsteps and attempt some organization of my own!  This will also be a way to let folks know about reviews and posts I have up in other locales, so you get some bonus content too.  Sounds like a good deal to me!  Anyway, on to the goods:

First off, this week marks the first installment of my brand spanking new feature:
Off the Path is a new, regular feature here at What Book is That? and spotlights small press, indie and self-published authors of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, science fiction, and fantasy.  All Off the Path features will include a review of a book or books, but the primary goal of the feature is to provide authors with a way to interact with readers and to get the word out about some really excellent books that are, if you please, Off the Path!  I'm super excited about this feature, more so because the first spotlighted author is none other than...

Monique Martin, author of Out of Time!

How cool is that, right? To get things started properly, Monday will be the review that actually inspired this post, which was originally posted at Blog with Bite, and will be reposted here so that you all can bask in its glory.

On Tuesday, Monique Martin will be here for a round of interview excitement as part of Off the Path!  I'll also be over at Blog with Bite, reviewing Yours, Mine and Howls by Kinsey W. Holley.

Blog With Bite
Wednesday is eBites day, and telling any more about the book that will be featured would be telling!

On Thursday, Monique Martin is back again with a guest post on being a self-published author and all the challenges and triumphs that go along with that.  Having had the privilege of reading the post already, I can say that there is a lesson here for everyone!

It's a Book
Friday is Illustrated Friday, and that means that we'll be taking a look at one of the most hilarious illustrated books I've come across recently- It's a Book by Lane Smith.

Have a great week everyone, and see you back here later this week!
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