Hourglass by Claudia Gray debuted at #4 on the New York Times YA series list!

A Local Habitation by Seanan McGuire, the second book in the Toby Daye series after Rosemary and Rue, is in stores now... if you haven't read Rosemary and Rue yet, Seanan is running a contest which includes signed copies of both Toby Daye books among the prizes. For the less artistically inclined, check back here next week or follow me on Twitter to find out how you can win a free copy. Hint: when you buy books, hang on to your receipts.

Feed by Mira Grant has gotten a starred review in Publishers Weekly! German rights to Feed and the other two books in the Newsflesh trilogy have been sold to Egmont; the three titles will be published in German under the name Seanan McGuire rather than Mira Grant, but they will still be packed with all the same zombie goodness (or scariness, depending on how you look at it).

In other news from Germany, a German edition of The Second Duchess by Elizabeth Loupas will be published by Rowohlt in the spring of 2011.

Both halves of Anna Katherine (Anna Genoese and Katherine Crighton) will be giving a talk about "Writing as an Editor" at the NEC RWA conference on March 27th in Framingham, MA, 10:15 - 11:05 AM. Anna also has a post related to the ongoing debates over e-book pricing here.

And finally, Gwynne Garfinkle has just finished a new novel--on her birthday, no less!--and sent it to me. I can't wait to read it.

Congratulations to all!
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