Thursday, March 21, 2013


There will be two more books in The Hollows series by Kim Harrison!!! I can't fucking wait!
The book no.12 will be out in 2014. :// I really can't wait.. ^^ -grins-
Also her book FOR A FEW DEMONS MORE (also from The Hollows series) makes B&N's top pick for best paranormal fantasy novel of the decade! You can check it out here: For a Few Demons More
If you like your vampires a little less sparkly and a little more chilling, something agreeably wicked this way comes (we hope)...
Kim Harrison’s The Hollows Series coming to CW?


1.) 13 Reasons Why
2.) The Alchemyst: Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel
3.) Blood Red Road
4.) Chaos Walking
5.) The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician's Nephew
6.) Daughter of Smoke and Bone
7.) Divergent
8.) Delirium (it's going to be a TV SHOW)
9.) Fallen
10.) Firelight
11.) Forgotten
12.) The Girl Who Played with Fire
13.) The Graveyard Book
14.) A Great and Terrible Beauty
15.) The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
16.) The Host
17.) The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
18.) Incarceron
19.) Legend
20.) Matched
21.) Maximum Ride
22.) The Maze Runner
23.) Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
24.) The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
25.) The Night Circus
26.) Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
27.) Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
28.) The Raven Boys
29.) The Scorpio Races
30.) Septimus Heap: Magyk
31.) Shadow and Bone
32.) Shiver
33.) Uglies
34.) Untitled House of Night Project
35.) Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters
36.) Wicked Lovely


 CLOCKWORK PRINCESS is laced with nods to THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS, providing answers to questions you didn’t know you had. Fans will appreciate Clare’s attention to detail, for it’s the details that make PRINCESS so compelling and believable, clockwork automatons and all. And it won’t matter whether you’re Team Will or Team Jem. Princess offers a payoff so satisfying that, by the Angel, it might be Clare’s best outing to date. — Entertainment Weekly


The Space channel has given a full-season order for the suspense drama Bitten from Vancouver-based No Equal Entertainment,  Hoodwink Entertainment and Entertainment One.
The 13-part drama is based on the Women of the Otherworld novels by Kelley Armstrong.
Production is set for Toronto, to start in spring 2013.
J.B. Sugar will executive produce the series, set in Toronto and upper New York state, as it follows the adventures of 28-year-old Elena Michaels, a female werewolf.
Entertainment One will handle worldwide distribution rights for Bitten.
The commission follows Space earlier ordering 13 episodes of Orphan Black.
“This sexy new series is the perfect mix of suspense, action and heart, with compelling storylines and a really strong female lead,” Corrie Coe, senior VP of independent production at Bell Media, said Thursday in a statement.

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