As you might have seen, we're shamelessly fannish - especially of Abaddon and their mission to flood the world with "high-quality pulp". That's something we can get behind.
Plus, the Abaddon authors are wonderfully forthcoming. So if you've been following our series of interviews, you'll be as excited as we are.
The catalogue is cover-to-cover goodness, but here are a few pre-orders that we've already placed:
Children's Crusade (Scott Andrews): The best part about the May release date? It gives you enough time to read Andrews' first two books in the trilogy. The adventures of the lethal schoolboys get just better and better. For a few hints, you should review our interview with Mr Andrews. (May)
Cold Warriors and Ghost Dance (Rebecca Levene): The first two books of a new series: occult spies. Nuff said. Well, not really, but we can't put it any better than Ms Levene did, when she dropped by the site. (May & July)
Arrowland (Paul Kane): The third book in The Hooded Man's dark corner of the Afterblight - promises to be even more epic & cinematic than the first two. Check out our interview with Mr Kane for a little more detail (but, alas, no spoilers). (September)
The Ulysses Quicksilver Omnibus (Jonathan Green): I'm loved-up on the Pax Britannia series at the moment - desperately trying to catch up with each volume of Green & Ewing's steampunk pastiche. This omnibus will help... a lot... (November)
The End of the Line (edited by Jonathan Oliver): We've loved subway horror since reading Clive Barker's "Midnight Meat Train", and Mr Oliver's collection promises some wonderful nastiness - including Christopher Fowler & Joe R. Lansdale. (November)
There are many more, but this is a good start... if you're interested in all the best that Abaddon offers, we've put together an essentials list on Amazon.