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ACE ROC Fall Preview and Giveaway


Welcome to Ace and Roc's fabulous fall forthcoming books giveaway.

Thanks again to Dear Author for giving me this opportunity to let you know about some of our terrific upcoming titles. As always, there are too many great books for me to mention all of them, so you can look at our site ( to see everything we publish. Happy reading!

September 2010

QUEEN OF SHADOWS by Dianne Sylvan

Queen-of-ShadowsThis is a brand-new author, starting a brand-new urban fantasy series, so you can get in on the ground floor. It's powerful, dark, and-‘what I'm especially looking for these days-‘it's different. It's about a musician named Miranda Grey who's struggling to control her psychic ability. She's an empath, and it's slowly driving her mad. After surviving a brutal attack, she encounters the vampire David Solomon, and finds herself drawn into his shadow world. I really enjoyed the fact that David is a sexy computer geek-‘because how often do you find those adjectives put together to describe a vampire? David is also the Prime of the South, and when he outlawed killing humans, he ignited a civil war among Austin's vampires (and made himself very unpopular with the old guard, who refuse to control their violent urges). David thinks he's helping Miranda out when he takes her in, but what he doesn't know is that Miranda has the power to change his world as well-

For those who are sensitive to the portrayal of sexual violence, be aware Miranda is raped early on and this attack is the catalyst for her learning to use her powers to defend herself.

Ghost TownGHOST OF A CHANCE by Simon R. Green

Another new series (because I know you love them)! This is also first in an urban fantasy series, but it's a bit more of an ensemble piece (with a nod to Torchwood). I have it on good authority that a very sweet romance develops over the course of the book between one of the characters-‘and a ghost.

The Carnicki Institute exists to Do Something About Ghosts. Lay them to rest, send them packing, or kick their nasty ectoplasmic arses with extreme prejudice-

The Institute's operatives are the best of the best: JC Chance: sharp, brave, charming, and almost unbearably arrogant; Melody Chambers: Science-geek techno-wizard extraordinaire who keeps the antisupernatural equipment running smoothly; and Happy Jack Palmer: the telepath with the gloomy disposition, the last person anyone would want navigating through his head.

Their current assignment: investigate a major haunting deep underground at London's Oxford Circus Tube Station. Difficult-‘and dangerous-‘enough without the added interference of a pair of agents from the infamous Crowley Project whose mission is much simpler: eliminate Chance, Chambers, and Palmer, whatever the consequences-

October 2010

Bayou-MoonBAYOU MOON by Ilona Andrews

This is the next book in Ilona Andrews's Edge series, BUT it is more of a stand-alone, with a new hero and heroine. So no worries-‘even if you haven't read ON THE EDGE, you can pick this one up and enjoy it. (If you have read ON THE EDGE, William, Declan's friend and rival for Rose's affections, gets his own story here.) Ilona Andrews has a talent for characterization, description, and incredibly creative worldbuilding, and you're in for a treat with this one.

The Edge lies between worlds, on the border between the Broken, where magic is a fairy tale; and the Weird, where the strength of your magic can change your destiny. BAYOU MOON takes us to a new part of the Edge-‘the Mire, a vast swampland between the state of Louisiana and the Weird. Cerise Mar and her unruly clan are cash poor but land rich, claiming a large swathe of the Mire. When her parents vanish, her clan's long-time rivals are the primary suspects.

But all is not as it seems. Two nations of the Weird are waging a cold war fought by feint and espionage, and their conflict is about to spill over into the Edge-‘and Cerise's life. William, a changeling soldier who'd left behind the politics of the Weird, has been forced back into service to track down a rival nation's spymaster.

When William's and Cerise's missions lead them to cross paths, sparks fly-‘but they'll have to work together if they want to succeed-and survive.

GraveWitchGRAVE WITCH by Kalayna Price

This is clearly the season for debut authors-‘GRAVE WITCH kicks off a terrific new urban fantasy series about Alex Craft, a Grave Witch who can speak to the dead. I think one of my favorite parts of this book is the fact that Death himself is one of the love interests (he's visited her off and on since she was young). I admit I've always had a morbid streak (as if my fondness for Edgar Allen Poe and graveyards didn't give me away)-

As a private investigator and consultant for the police, Alex Craft has seen a lot of dark magic. But even though she's on good terms with Death himself-‘who happens to look fantastic in a pair of jeans-‘nothing has prepared her for her latest case. Alex is investigating a high profile murder when she's attacked by the "shade' she's raising, which should be impossible. To top off her day, someone makes a serious attempt on her life, but Death saves her. Guess he likes having her around.

To solve the case Alex will have to team up with tough homicide detective Falin Andrews. Falin seems to be hiding something-‘though it's certainly not his dislike of Alex. But Alex knows she needs his help to navigate the tangled webs of mortal and paranormal politics, and to track down a killer wielding a magic so malevolent, it may cost Alex her life-and her soul.

MasquesMASQUES by Patricia Briggs

I know there's a number of Patricia Briggs fans out there who love the Mercy Thompson and Alpha and Omega novels, but wish she would also write traditional fantasy again. Guess what: your wish is about to come true. Prepare yourself for the one-two punch of MASQUES in October and WOLFSBANE in November!

MASQUES is Patricia Briggs's very first book EVER. It has been out of print for over ten years, and she's taken the opportunity to write an introduction and revise it for this new edition. (For anyone who's read the original version of MASQUES, she's also written a brand-new prologue, that reveals how Wolf and Aralorn met.) It tells the story of Aralorn, a woman who flees her noble birthright for a life of adventure as a mercenary spy. Along the way, she meets an enigmatic sorcerer who travels at her side in the shape of a wolf. Together, they join the rebellion against the ae'Magi, a foe armed with the power of illusion.

This is a pleasure to read not only for the story, but also for the insight it gives us into Patricia Briggs's creative process and evolution as a writer. A number of the elements she uses in her other books make their first appearance in MASQUES.

November 2010

WolfsbaneWOLFSBANE by Patricia Briggs

And on to part two of the Patricia Briggs traditional fantasy juggernaut. WOLFSBANE is the direct sequel to MASQUES. It's never before been published, though I actually acquired it before MOON CALLED. When the Mercy Thompson series took off in such a big way, we asked Patricia Briggs to hold off on WOLFSBANE to focus on her urban fantasy. It's exciting to finally be able to share this book with you.

For the last ten years, shapeshifting mercenary Aralorn has led a dangerous existence-‘a far cry from her noble upbringing. Now, she's returning home under the most unfortunately circumstances: her father has passed away. But when Aralorn and her companion Wolf arrive, the combination of their magic uncovers something wonderful yet alarming-‘her father is not actually dead, but only appears so. Yet a dark mist is also very much alive within him-

GHOST TOWN by Rachel Caine

Rachel Caine-Ghost TownThis is the first hardcover in Rachel Caine's young adult Morganville Vampires series. (Although her YA titles are not published by Roc, her adult books are, so I thought it kind of sort of fit here.) The Morganville Vampires series is absolutely wonderful and such fun, with top-notch writing, characters you care about, and a unique world.

Claire Danvers is one of those genius teenagers who go off to college when their peers are still in high school. She actually got into MIT, but her parents thought she was too young to live so far from home, and made her go to a local community college instead. There, she discovers that the small college town of Morganville, Texas is completely run by vampires.

In GHOST TOWN, Claire and the vampire scientist she works with are struggling to restore the system that maintains the town's defenses (and makes everyone who leaves the town limits "forget" about the vampires of Morganville). Claire thinks she's found a solution, but the new system turns out to have unintended (and deadly) consequences: people inside the town start forgetting who and what they are-‘even the vampires. When Claire's best friend Eve and her boyfriend Shane start treating her like a perfect stranger, Claire has to hurry and pull the plug on the experiment-‘before she forgets how to save herself-and Morganville.

Anne Sowards is an executive editor at Penguin Group (USA) Inc., where she primarily acquires and edits fantasy and science fiction for the Ace and Roc imprints. Some of the great authors she works with include Jim Butcher, Patricia Briggs, Rachel Caine, Anne Bishop, Ilona Andrews, Karen Chance, Jack Campbell, and Rob Thurman. When she’s not reading, she listens to Chinese rap and spends way too much time playing video games. Follow her at

GIVEAWAY Details: Anne is always looking for good music recommendations so in the comments list your top three choices of the following books AND a music recommendation for Anne!


  • QUEEN OF SHADOWS / Dianne Sylvan – 3 finished copies
  • GHOST OF A CHANCE / Simon R. Green – 2 ARCs
  • BAYOU MOON / Ilona Andrews – 3 ARCs
  • GRAVE WITCH / Kalayna Price – 2 ARCs
  • MASQUES / Patricia Briggs – 3 ARCs
  • WOLFSBANE / Patricia Briggs – 3 ARCs
  • GHOST TOWN / Rachel Caine – 3 ARCs
  • KILLBOX / Ann Aguirre – 2 finished copies
  • THE GRIMROSE PATH / Rob Thurman – 3 ARCs
  • TROUBLED WATERS / Sharon Shinn – 2 ARCs

Jane Litte is the founder of Dear Author, a lawyer, and a lover of pencil skirts. She self publishes NA and contemporaries (and publishes with Berkley and Montlake) and spends her downtime reading romances and writing about them. Her TBR pile is much larger than the one shown in the picture and not as pretty. You can reach Jane by email at jane @ dearauthor dot com


  1. Danielle Bull
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 14:13:15

    Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews
    Masques by Patricia Briggs
    Wolfsbane by Patrica Briggs

    Kill the Lights by The Birthday Massacre

  2. AndreaR
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 14:21:22

    Hi, I’ve already entered this givaway so discount this second e-mail for the contest.

    I’m loving this giveaway comment thread – the idea of asking for a music recommendation is fantastic. On the downside, I don’t recognize most of the choices which tells you both how old and how out of it I am! LOL! I forgot to nominate Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen, mentioned by Marlene. Of course I just bought the CD so I could hear it again – after hearing the version done by a choral group called VocalEssence on an NPR program recently.

  3. janicu
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 14:38:11

    Top three:
    GRAVE WITCH by Kalayna Price
    MASQUES by Patricia Briggs
    WOLFSBANE by Patricia Briggs

    I like The Worst of Black Box Recorder, by Black Box Recorder. That’s kind of quirky. The Luckiest by Ben Folds seems to be enjoyed by many.

  4. Sue R
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 15:13:31

    My Top Three:

    Grave Witch by Kalayna Price
    Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews
    Queen of Shadows by Dianne Sylvan

    I been listening to Lady Antebellum. So check it out. Thanks for the chance

  5. LoriA
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 15:23:44

    QUEEN OF SHADOWS / Dianne Sylvan
    GRAVE WITCH / Kalayna Price
    MASQUES / Patricia Briggs

    I always love the opportunity to try new authors. No need to include my auto-buy authors here. ;-) Though I confess, I discovered Briggs long before her current urban fantasy books.

    As for music, I mostly listen to Broadway. Sondheim (brilliant lyricist), especially Sweeney Todd & A Little Night Music (though Rodger & Hammerstein’s South Pacific is getting a good listen these days. Recent Lincoln Center production, even if they did broadcast it without Matthew Morrison as Lt. Cable)

    Sweeney Todd would probably be an appropriate soundtrack for some of these books!

  6. SamB
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 15:38:17

    GHOST OF A CHANCE by Simon R. Green, THE GRIMROSE PATH by Rob Thurman, and TROUBLED WATERS by Sharon Shinn.

    I recommend the oldie but goodie by the Eagles – Take It Easy.

  7. Zen
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 16:12:22

    Ooooh, so many good books, so little time. If I have to pick only 3:

    BAYOU MOON / Ilona Andrews – 3 ARCs
    MASQUES / Patricia Briggs – 3 ARCs
    KILLBOX / Ann Aguirre – 2 finished copies

    As for music suggestions: Have you heard the new Barenaked Ladies CD, “All in Good Time”? It’s top of my playlist. <3

  8. Pfefferminztee
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 16:40:18

    Ilona Andrews – Bayou Moon
    Patricia Briggs – Masques
    Patricia Briggs – Wolfsbane

    As for music recommendations: Tool – Jambi
    Such a beautiful and emotional song.

  9. Linz
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 16:46:58

    Bayou Moon – Ilona Andrews
    Masques – Patricia Briggs
    Wolfsbane – Patricia Briggs

    Michael Buble. Fantastic.

  10. Amy R.-B.
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 16:57:34

    I’d like:

    Ghost of a Chance – Simon R. Green
    Grave Witch – Kalayna Price
    Ghost Town – Rachel Caine

    And my music recommendation is Florence + the Machine and their CD “Lungs”. Good, good stuff.

  11. Natasha A.
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 17:09:09

    Ilona Andrews – Bayou Moon
    Patricia Briggs – Masques
    Patricia Briggs – Wolfsbane

    As for music…OMG I am horrible. I have no idea. I listen to stuff on the radio but I have no idea what it’s called!!

  12. Tiffany M.
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 18:36:39

    I already bought The Grimrose Path (and am about 20 pages in! ^^)

    So, taking that out of my top three, what’s left would be (in any order):

    Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews
    Masques by Patricia Briggs
    Queen of Shadows by Dianne Sylvan

    As for music, right now I’m crazy about Georgia Satellites “Keep Your Hands to Yourself.” Also, for a foreign, but amazing, seriously AMAZING song, try “Plastic Flower” by Lena Park.

  13. ylee
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 19:16:57

    1. Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews
    2. Grave Witch by Kalayna Price
    3. Ghost of a Chance by Simon R Green

    If you like Chinese rap, Anne, you might also like this song called “Hua Tian Cuo” by Wang Lee Hom (I think he’s a Chinese pop artist).

  14. chirping.jikie
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 20:27:48

    1. Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews
    2. Troubled Waters by Sharon Shinn
    3. Grave Witch by Kalayna Price

    It’s not a song, but George Winston’s ‘Longing/Love’ is a beautiful piece of piano music.

  15. Lacey
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 20:50:43

    BAYOU MOON- Ilona Andrews
    KILLBOX- Ann Aguirre
    TROUBLED WATERS- Sharon Shinn

    On my ipod right now: White Blank Page-Mumford and Sons, Breakeven- The Script, Dog Days Are Over- Florence and the Machine.

  16. Kate N. (Yzhabella)
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 21:01:41

    # GRAVE WITCH / Kalayna Price
    # MASQUES / Patricia Briggs
    # WOLFSBANE / Patricia Briggs

    Hmmm, that’s a toughie! I’m a country fan (no groans please) so I’d like to recommend Lady Antebellum’s “Need You Now”! It’s a great song break ups and regrets!

  17. Elizabeth
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 21:22:19

    BAYOU MOON / Ilona Andrews
    MASQUES / Patricia Briggs
    WOLFSBANE / Patricia Briggs

    Music? I’m a classical girl. I ling in an a Capella group, but for listening, if I’m trying to get anything done, I don’t want any words. Best ever: J. S. Bach’s unaccompanied cello suites.

  18. Sharon K
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 21:41:51

    I’d have to go with
    BAYOU MOON by Ilona Andrews
    GHOST TOWN by Rachel Caine
    QUEEN OF SHADOWS by Dianne Sylvan
    They all sound fantastic, but these three caught my attention better than the others.
    This is a song I just heard the other day and really liked
    Thank you for having this contest!

  19. Christina G
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 21:51:30

    Bayou Moon
    Grave Witch
    Troubled Waters

    As for music, I have such an eclectic selection. Right now, I am listening to Gaelic Storm’s latest album “Cabbages” (Irish music) but I also highly recommend Nightwish (operatic rock inspired by Tolkien), Heather Dale (especially for Loreena McKennitt or Enya fans), and James Dooley (epic, short orchestral pieces).

  20. Laura G
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 21:54:21

    â—¦GHOST OF A CHANCE / Simon R. Green – 2 ARCs
    â—¦BAYOU MOON / Ilona Andrews – 3 ARCs
    â—¦KILLBOX / Ann Aguirre – 2 finished copies

    Try One EskimO – any songs are good, but I recommend Amazing.

    Thank you!

  21. Gryvon
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 21:58:24

    * GHOST OF A CHANCE / Simon R. Green
    * GRAVE WITCH / Kalayna Price
    * GHOST TOWN / Rachel Caine

    Masters of Chant
    Adele – Chasing Pavements
    MIKA – Kick Ass
    Tiësto and Sneaky Sound System – I Will Be Here
    Timbaland – Morning After Dark
    Gorillaz – Stylo, Feel Good Inc, Clint Eastwood
    Lady Antebellum – Need You Now
    Nine Inch Nails – Zero Sum
    One Republic – Secrets
    Owl City – Fireflies
    The Decemberists – The Tain (album)
    VNV Nation

  22. Maya M.
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 22:08:57

    Bayou Moon
    Ghost of a Chance

    How about some classical? Listening to YoYo Ma right now, the clean, pure cello sound is great for reading

  23. Leslie
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 22:14:37

    Love the choices!

    1. THE GRIMROSE PATH/Rob Thurman
    2. BAYOU MOON/Ilona Andrews
    3. MASQUES/Patricia Briggs

    I've been listening and enjoying violinist David Garrett a lot lately.

  24. Lorraine from CA
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 23:07:51

    My choices:
    1. Troubled Waters by Sharon Shinn
    2. Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews
    3. Grave Witch by Kalayna Price

    Music recommendation…Try the albums Peace in Our Time or The Crossing by the defunct UK group Big Country. Big guitar sound, weird bagpipe and mandolin combinations, fantastic lyrics.

    Great contest. Thank you!

  25. Pam S
    Sep 09, 2010 @ 23:30:29

    QUEEN OF SHADOWS / Dianne Sylvan – 3 finished copies
    GHOST OF A CHANCE / Simon R. Green – 2 ARCs
    GRAVE WITCH / Kalayna Price – 2 ARCs

    Linkin Park and Maroon 5 maybe?

  26. Edith
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 01:24:56

    I’d LOVE to have these:
    * MASQUES / Patricia Briggs – 3 ARCs
    * WOLFSBANE / Patricia Briggs – 3 ARCs
    * TROUBLED WATERS / Sharon Shinn – 2 ARCs

    As for music, I’d highly recommend Stan Rogers (he’s a dead folk singer), especially Field Behind the Plow and Lies.

  27. maered
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 02:17:22

    I would love to win

    Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews
    Masques by Patricia Briggs
    Wolfsbane by Patricia Briggs

    At the moment, I’m listening to rhianna. I quite like her music.

  28. ivydtruitt
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 06:02:17

    I like firsts so I’d choose

    Ghost of a Chance
    Queen of Shadows
    Grave Witch

    I’d recommend Trans Siberian Orchestra (to get the creative juices flowing), Von Canto, Jonny Lang, Daughtry, & Rob Thomas…

  29. Letitia
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 08:28:22

    Awesome! It’d be so great to own an ARC of Patty’s first book!

    1. Masques / Patricia Briggs
    2. Bayou Moon / Ilona Andrews
    3. Wolfsbane / Patricia Briggs

    And I’d recommend Neon Tree’s “Animal” – it’s a fun song that makes you want to move (and get stuck in your head)! :)

  30. Adam
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 09:14:38

    I love me some Patty and have been wanting to check out Thurman (once I catch up on Dresden of course).

    MASQUES / Patricia Briggs
    WOLFSBANE / Patricia Briggs
    THE GRIMROSE PATH / Rob Thurman

    MUSIC: Deadsy – Carrying Over

  31. Teresa W.
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 11:16:08

    Ghost Town, Killbox and Wolfsbane! Music- Sober by Pink!

  32. elisa
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 12:16:31

    Great upcoming books lineup! I can see I’ll be buying quite a few…

    Bayou Moon Ilona Andrews
    Masques Patricia Briggs (glad to see it’s finally coming out!)
    Wolfsbane Patricia Briggs

    I never win these things, so fingers crossed for good luck!

    Music: Claudette Ortiz from City High (old 90s R&B group) had a gorgeous voice. She only has a few solo songs, but this is one of the most beautiful:

    also, Anthony Hamilton, one of the most soulful voices today

  33. MarnieColette
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 13:19:57

    BAYOU MOON / Ilona Andrews
    GRAVE WITCH / Kalayna Price
    GHOST OF A CHANCE / Simon R. Green

    Music — Hmm! I don’t listen to music all that much of lately. I love Lady Gaga and Pink (angry chick music is my favorite)

  34. dagobahbabe
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 14:09:45

    QUEEN OF SHADOWS / Dianne Sylvan
    GRAVE WITCH / Kalayna Price
    GHOST TOWN / Rachel Caine

    At the moment i’m loving bogling to The Whitest Boy Alive – Dreams album. It’s from 2006 but very funky cool. My fav song is Golden Cage.

  35. Alicia McCord
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 15:36:02

    Grave Witch/ Kalayna Price
    Masques/Patricia Briggs
    Wolfbane/ Patricia Briggs

    Bullet for my Valentine-Fever
    Anything 30 Seconds to Mars
    and Paramore- Brand New Eyes

    I love all these bands because their music is a bit fantasy.

  36. mistressnonny
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 16:36:24

    Grave Witch by Kalayna Price
    Queen of Shadows by Dianne Sylvan
    Masques by Patricia Briggs

    Recommendation: Within Temptation

  37. Arani
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 17:18:11

    Wolfsbane and Masques by Patricia Briggs
    Troubled Waters by Sharon Shinn

    I blame Rich from Four Four because I’m currently listening to Katy Perry based on his review last week or two weeks ago.

  38. Mette J
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 18:01:30

    Bayou Moon by Ilona Andrews
    Ghost Town by Rachel Caine
    Masques by Patricia Briggs

    I would recommend anything with Alex Band he’s great!

  39. Alex D
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 18:15:27

    Ghost Town – Rachel Caine
    Bayou Moon – Ilona Andrews
    Masques – Patricia Briggs

    As for music the Glee soundtracks always make me happy :)

  40. CJ
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 20:53:02

    QUEEN OF SHADOWS by Dianne Sylvan

    GRAVE WITCH by Kalayna Price

    GHOST OF A CHANCE by Simon R. Green

    As to music – just love Linkin Park album Hybrid…song CRAWLING

  41. JessBess2505
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 21:21:22

    Grave Witch by Kalayna Price

    Queen of Shadows by Dianne Sylvan

    Kill Box by Ann Aguirre

    Music Rec: Theory of a Deadman’s “Scars & Souvenirs” is my fave CD from them. They’re a alternative rock or hard rock band. Really good CD!!

  42. Liz
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 22:02:31

    Bayou Moon
    Grave Witch
    The Grimrose Path

    I’d recommend Talib Kweli.

  43. Jen Merry
    Sep 10, 2010 @ 22:20:56

    Bayou Moon – Ilona Andrews
    Grave Witch – Kalayna Price
    Queen of Shadows – Dianne Sylvan

    As for music – I’d recommend anything by Sigur Ros. Their music totally invokes the icy, frozen north. It’s great to chill out to.

  44. Clare
    Sep 11, 2010 @ 00:12:47

    – Grave Witch, Kalayna Price,
    – Wolfsbane, Patricia Briggs &
    – Masque, Patricia Briggs

    My music recommendation is Hey Soul Sister by Train! :)

  45. Scott Romanski
    Sep 11, 2010 @ 05:33:47

    GRAVE WITCH / Kalayna Price
    MASQUES / Patricia Briggs
    WOLFSBANE / Patricia Briggs

    My music recommendation is the album Wasted Angel by Sex Slaves. Also any cd by Martin Rivas. While the artists are vastly different, both are amazing and wonderful to listen to

  46. Mardel
    Sep 11, 2010 @ 06:10:44

    I don’t know a lot of song names, but I love this one by Michael Franti and the Spearheads called Say Hey. It’s great to listen to and to dance to, as well as having a very cute video.

    If I were lucky enough to win I would pick

    Grave Witch
    Bayou Moon

    I just bought KillBox, or I would pick that one.


  47. lacrima
    Sep 11, 2010 @ 11:12:11

    I don’t have a particular taste in music, put songs I recently got on iTunes were “I’m a believer” and “All Star” by Smash Mouth, “For all Lovers” by Stanfour and “Gotta keep smiling” by Scouting for Girls.

    And the books I would pick?
    Grave Witch
    Ghost of a Chance

  48. Jessie S
    Sep 11, 2010 @ 12:44:55

    Grave Witch
    Queen of Shadows

    I am happy with anything.

    for music I would recommend Faith and the Muse, Lee Earl, Vermilion Lies and Kim Boekbinder

  49. Cindy G.
    Sep 11, 2010 @ 13:41:44

    How exciting…thanks for the opportunity:
    Grave Witch
    Bayou Moon
    Queen of Shadows

    Music: Anything from Muse

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