March 2010 New Releases in Vampire/Paranormal Romance Novels

MARCH 2010 New Releases
Mar 2: Shift (Werecats/Shifters 5) by Rachel Vincent
Born To Be Wild (The Others 8) by Christine Warren
Roadkill (Cal Leandros 5) by Rob Thurman
Velvet Haven (Immortals of Annwyn 1) by Sophie Renwick
Atlantis Redeemed (Warriors of Poseidon 5) by Alyssa Day
Master of Fire (Berkley Sensation) by Angela Knight
Mar 9: Hourglass (Evernight 3) by Claudia Gray
The Vampire and the Virgin (Love at Stake 8) by Kerrelyn Sparks
Mar 16: Voices of Dragons by Carrie Vaughn
Shadow Souls (Vampire Diaries The Return 2) by L. J. Smith
Mar 18: Audio CD: Blue Moon (Anita Blake 8) by Laurell K. Hamilton
Mar 18: Audio CD: Obsidian Butterfly (Anita Blake 9) by Laurell K. Hamilton
Mar 23: Mind Games by Carolyn Crane
The Devil’s Playground
(Morgan Kingsley 5) by Jenna Black
Mar 30: Silver Borne (Mercy Thompson 5) by Patricia Briggs
The Mage in Black (Sabina Kane) by Jaye Wells
Beyond the Darkness (Guardians of Eternity 6) by Alexandra Ivy

2010 February New Releases in Vampire/Paranormal Romance Novels

FEBRUARY 2010 New Releases
Feb 1:
Ecstasy Unveiled (The Demonica Series) by Larissa Ione
Feb 1: Everlasting Kiss by Amanda Ashley
Feb 2: Flirt (Anita Blake novella) by Laurell K. Hamilton
Steamed (A Steampunk Romance) by Katie MacAlister
Archangels Kiss (Guild Hunter Novel) by Nalini Singh
Blood Magic (World of the Lupi 6) by Eileen Wilks
The Dark Storm (A Dark Storm Novel) by Kris Greene
Unknown (Outcast Season 2) by Rachel Caine
Feb 9: First Drop of Crimson (Night Huntress World 1) by Jeaniene Frost
GONE (Wake Series 3) by Lisa McMann
Eleventh Grade Burns (Chronicles of Vlad 4) by Heather Brewer
Token of Darkness (A Cooper Blake Novel) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
Feb 16: Pleasure of a Dark Prince (Immortals After Dark) by Kresley Cole
Feb 23: Black Magic Sanction (Rachel Morgan 8) by Kim Harrison
Defeat the Darkness (Paladins of Darkness) by Alexis Morgan
The Hellion and the Highlander by Lynsay Sands
The Devil’s Playground by Jenna Black

2010 January New Book Releases in Paranormal/Vampire Romance

JANUARY 2010 New Releases
Jan 1:
Kitty’s House of Horrors by Carrie Vaughn
Heart of Darkness
Gena Showalter, Maggie Shayne, Susan Krinard
Jan 5:
Death’s Mistress (Dorina Basarab 2) by Karen Chance
Blood Cross
(Skinwalkers 2) by Faith Hunter
Bone Magic (Sisters of the Moon) by Yasmine Galenorn
Inked Anthology: Karen Chance, Yasmine Galenorn, Marjorie M. Liu
Jan 12:
Bitten by Cupid anthology by Lynsay Sands
Jan 19:
Pleasure of a Dark Prince (Immortals After Dark 7) Kresley Cole
Jan 26: Twice As Hot by Gena Showalter
A Tale of Two Demon Slayers by Angie Fox
Taming the Highland Bride by Lynsay Sands
Spider’s Bite: An Elemental Assassin Book by Jennifer Estep

Divine Misdemeanors, Flirt and Bullet (Anita Blake #18) by Laurell K Hamilton

BULLET is the next Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter novel #18 releasing June 2010! But according to author Laurell K. Hamilton, Anita couldn’t wait til then and started FLIRTing for her own little novella (like Micah) which will release February 2, 2010.  Thanks Anita! we’ll enjoy the Tease!  And December 8th we can read a full course meal from Meredith “Merry” Gentry as she and her men solve a mystery! uh, between their “escapades” that is! 
Pre-order BULLET Now!  Hardcover  |  Unabridged Audio CDs

Here is the full post on Laurell’s blog posted November 9, 2009.
—- excerpt from blog —-
Laurell and JayFlirt that comes out February 2nd 2010, is an Anita Blake novel, but its a surprise book. I got the initial idea, and it was a new idea for Anita. Now I get ideas for Anita all the time, but ideas that become books usually take months, or years to make their way to the front of the que of novel ideas. This idea hit me and I was writing it as a novel only two weeks, or so later. Very unusual for me. The last time something close to this happened it was the book Micah, but I still to this day can’t tell you where that idea came from. So the seed of the idea must have been incubating for months, or years, before it burst onto my subconscious, and then hit my conscious mind right between the eyes. Flirt wrote as quickly as Micah, but with Flirt I knew exactly where the idea had originated. I made a note, because one of the most common questions I get is, “Where do I get my ideas?” So I kept notes. Where and when and how I got the idea for the novel. The process of writing it from page count, to how it overwhelmed my muse and me and interrupted another book.

Continue reading