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List of Books by Hobnob Authors (2020 Edition)

1LShelby
Editado: Abr 4, 2020, 11:50am

This is a list of all the books written by authors active in the Hobnob Group in 2020.

There is also a list using LT's list feature, which you should feel free to check out and play with: anyone can add books to that list.

The older versions of this List are available at: 2015, 2014, previous to 2014.

If people want to be added to this list, please reply to this message with a list of your books, and in what genres and formats (paperback, epub, etc). If you were on a previous list and no updates are needed, just post telling me so and I'll copy your previous entries over from the old list.

Thanks.

PART ONE
Contemporary/Modern Fiction
Historical Fiction
Literary Fiction

PART TWO
Fantasy
Science Fiction
Other Speculative Fiction

PART THREE
Romance
Mystery/Thriller/Suspense
Humor
Plays and Poetry

PART FOUR
YA and Children's
Non-Fiction

2LShelby
Editado: Abr 8, 2020, 7:43am

PART ONE
Contemporary/Modern Fiction

Historical Fiction
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Bewitching Season (YA historical fantasy; hardcover, TPB, ebook)
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Betraying Season (YA historical fantasy; companion to Bewitching Season; hardcover, TPB, ebook)
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Courtship and Curses (YA historical fantasy; prequel to aforementioned above; hardcover, ebook)

Literary Fiction

3LShelby
Editado: Abr 8, 2020, 7:44am

PART TWO
Fantasy
LShelby (L. Shelby) - Cantata in Coral and Ivory (Fantasy, romance; ebook, trade paperback)
LShelby (L. Shelby) - Pavane in Pearl and Emerald (Fantasy, romance; ebook, trade paperback)
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Bewitching Season (YA historical fantasy; hardcover, TPB, ebook)
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Betraying Season (YA historical fantasy; companion to Bewitching Season; hardcover, TPB, ebook)
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Courtship and Curses (YA historical fantasy; prequel to aforementioned above; hardcover, ebook)
jeffschanz (Jeff Schanz) - A Vampire's Daughter (urban fantasy, thriller, suspense, romance, action; Kindle ebook and paperback)

Science Fiction
Ted_Weber (T. C. Weber ) - Sleep State Interrupt
(Science Fiction / Thriller; Mobipocket (Kindle), PDF, EPUB)
Ted_Weber (T. C. Weber ) - The Wrath of Leviathan
(Science Fiction / Thriller; Mobipocket (Kindle), PDF, EPUB)

Other Speculative Fiction
LShelby (L. Shelby) - Across a Jade Sea Volume 2: Treachery's Harbor (Dieselpunk, adventure, romance; ebook, trade-paperback)
LShelby (L. Shelby) - Across a Jade Sea Volume 3: Fealty's Shore (Dieselpunk, adventure, romance; ebook, trade-paperback)

4LShelby
Editado: Abr 8, 2020, 7:47am

PART THREE
Romance
LShelby ( L. Shelby) - Cantata in Coral and Ivory (Fantasy, romance; ebook, trade paperback)
LShelby ( L. Shelby) - Pavane in Pearl and Emerald (Fantasy, romance; ebook, trade paperback)
LShelby ( L. Shelby) - Across a Jade Sea Volume 1: Serendipity's Tide (Dieselpunk, adventure, romance; ebook, trade-paperback, web-serial)
LShelby (L. Shelby) - Across a Jade Sea Volume 2: Treachery's Harbor (Dieselpunk, adventure, romance; ebook, trade-paperback)
LShelby (L. Shelby) - Across a Jade Sea Volume 3: Fealty's Shore (Dieselpunk, adventure, romance; ebook, trade-paperback)
jeffschanz (Jeff Schanz) - A Vampire's Daughter urban fantasy, thriller, suspense, romance, action; Kindle ebook and paperback)

Mystery/Thriller/Suspense
jeffschanz (Jeff Schanz) - A Vampire's Daughter urban fantasy, thriller, suspense, romance, action; Kindle ebook and paperback)
Ted_Weber (T. C. Weber ) - Sleep State Interrupt
(Science Fiction / Thriller; Mobipocket (Kindle), PDF, EPUB)
Ted_Weber (T. C. Weber ) - The Wrath of Leviathan
(Science Fiction / Thriller; Mobipocket (Kindle), PDF, EPUB)

Humor
Plays and Poetry

5LShelby
Editado: Abr 8, 2020, 7:47am

PART FOUR

YA and Children's
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Bewitching Season (YA historical fantasy; hardcover, TPB, ebook)
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Betraying Season (YA historical fantasy; companion to Bewitching Season; hardcover, TPB, ebook)
Marissa_Doyle (Marissa Doyle) - Courtship and Curses (YA historical fantasy; prequel to aforementioned above; hardcover, ebook)

Non-Fiction
DonnaPerpetua (Donna Perpetua) - Ancient Examples: St. Justin Martyr and St. Perpetua (Orthodox Christian; hardcover and paperback)

6jeffschanz
Editado: Abr 4, 2020, 11:33am

>>PART TWO
I never know exactly where this fits. It's technically an urban fantasy, but I've heard it referred to as so many other things. Thriller, suspense, romance, action... I guess it goes here. I only have the one book out at the moment. Others coming soon.

"A Vampyre's Daughter" -avail in Kindle ebook and paperback
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0836FHWR6

7LShelby
Abr 4, 2020, 11:50am

>6 jeffschanz:
My rule is that any one book can be listed in up to three places. So yours is now in fantasy, romance, and thriller/suspense. That ought to work, I hope?

8jeffschanz
Abr 4, 2020, 12:09pm

>LShelby,
Sounds cool. I refuse to think of it as a romance, although it is a love story. To me "romance" has a set of rules that are definably different than other books with love stories. However, many of the folks who read it were romance readers, and seemed to regard it that way. I give up. Whatever the readers believe it to be, it is. :)

9LShelby
Abr 4, 2020, 1:04pm

I tag all books with a strong love story as 'Romance'. I'm not picky. :) Many romance readers aren't. As long as they get a satisfactory love story the don't care what rules you are breaking.

Romance used to mean something totally different anyway, you know. Way back when, 'romances' were stories about King Arthur and his knights--adventure stories set in a slightly fantastic setting.

When Prisoner of Zenda showed up, it sparked a sub-genre that was, at the time, called 'Ruritanian Romance', and science fiction books of the same type as Edger Rice Burroughs' John Carter books were called 'Planetary Romances'.

10jeffschanz
Abr 4, 2020, 1:40pm

>>LShelby
Interesting. I read Burroughs and his books are most definitely not modern genre romances, nor would I called them romances at all. Pretty straight forward action-adventure serials with Guy-gets-girl, or Guy-wants-girl motivations. By those terms, Jean Claude Van Damme movies are romances.
I understand what you are saying, but I was referring to current genre romances. Defined by sexual/romantic choices, overcoming personality obstacles (usually) and perfect timing. Just at the perfect time the guy does/says the right thing to make the girl want him. That last explanation is why most men do not understand romance. We have no clue when to do this perfectly right thing. ;)

That said, love stories can be romances, and I do enjoy love stories just fine. Just not romances. Even though some folks say I've written one. Go figure. ;)

11LShelby
Abr 6, 2020, 2:35pm

I think we should move this discussion to its own thread.

Oh, and BTW, to create reference links to earlier posts, you only need to type in the greater-than sign and post number, LT fills in the name and creates a link for you.