• 2015 THE FIRE SERMON [Paperback]
  • 2015 FOOL'S QUEST [Hardback]
  • 2015 A KNIGHT OF THE SEVEN KINGDOMS [Hardback]
The Machinery Extract Aug28

The Machinery Extrac...

Gerrard Cowan’s fantastic political fantasy THE MACHINERY is out September 10th. This is an incredible read, full of genuinely unique and sinister magic as well as plenty of political intrigue in a completely immersive setting. Here’s Chapter One to give you a taste of...

A Knight of the Seve...

Almost a century before A GAME OF THRONES, two unlikely heroes wandered Westeros… A KNIGHT OF THE SEVEN KINGDOMS compiles the first three official prequel novellas to George R.R. Martin’s ongoing masterwork, A Song of Ice and Fire. Before Tyrion Lannister and Podrick Payne there was Dunk and...

The Fire Sermon

What would you do if you had to leave everything you knew behind? If what made you perfect also made you an outcast? If your twin, once your only friend, was now your worst enemy? Since the blast that reshaped the earth, only twins are born. The imperfect one of each pair is branded at birth...

The Voice Behind Graynelore Aug14

The Voice Behind Gra...

Our digital author Stephen Moore discusses his inimitable narrator in GRAYNELORE (out now!): There are many ways I could introduce you to my fantasy novel Graynelore. I could explain the birth of the idea that brought me to write it. I could describe the nature of its twisting fey storyline....

Publication Day for Jeff Pearce’s THE KARMA BOOTH Aug13

Publication Day for ...

Jeff Pearce’s THE KARMA BOOTH is available today in paperback. This high-concept thriller is the perfect holiday read (if you like your thrillers pacey, dark and full of moral conundrums!). They say that executing a murderer won’t bring your loved one back. But now it can.  ...

Publication Day for Stephen Moore’s GRAYNELORE! Aug13

Publication Day for ...

Stephen Moore’s wonderful faerie-tale-with-a-difference GRAYNELORE is out today. If you’re looking for a gory, brutal, unique take on the small folk (or not so small, in this particular case), GRAYNELORE is the twisted faerie tale for you. Rodrig Wishard is a killer, a thief and a...

Publication Day for Robin Hobb’s Fool’s Quest! Aug13

Publication Day for ...

We are so excited that it’s publication day for Robin Hobb’s utterly gorgeous (inside and out) FOOL’S QUEST, book two of the Fitz and the Fool trilogy. Happy endings never last… Years ago, they freed a dragon from the glaciers on Aslevjal. Then they parted ways, the Fool...

Graynelore extract Aug11

Graynelore extract

Stephen Moore’s Graynelore will be available from August 13th, and to whet your appetite here’s an extract that will introduce you to its singular narrator.   PROLOGUE I am Rogrig, Rogrig Wishard by grayne. Though, I was always Rogrig Stone Heart by desire. This is my memoir...

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: Gerrard Cowan Aug07

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They say there are a certain set of questions to help you really get to know a person. With that in mind, we’ve applied this to our wonderful digital-first authors and, more specifically, their books and asked them five vital questions to get better acquainted. Welcome, Gerrard Cowan and THE...

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: Stephen Moore Aug07

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They say there are a certain set of questions to help you really get to know a person. With that in mind, we’ve applied this to our wonderful digital-first authors and, more specifically, their books and asked them five vital questions to get better acquainted. Welcome, Stephen Moore and...

#VirtualVoyager: A World of Difference Aug07

#VirtualVoyager: A W...

‘Write what you know’, aspiring authors always seem to be told, but a better philosophy, as I see it, is ‘Write what you love’. That way you will work (for, believe me, the operative word in a labour of love is labour) much more naturally, and the reader is far more likely to feel your...

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: Graeme K. Talboys Aug07

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They say there are a certain set of questions to help you really get to know a person. With that in mind, we’ve applied this to our wonderful digital-first authors and, more specifically, their books and asked them five vital questions to get better acquainted. Welcome, Graeme K. Talboys and...

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: A.F.E. Smith Aug07

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They say there are a certain set of questions to help you really get to know a person. With that in mind, we’ve applied this to our wonderful digital-first authors and, more specifically, their books and asked them five vital questions to get better acquainted. Welcome, A.F.E. Smith and...

#VirtualVoyager Cover Showcase Aug07

#VirtualVoyager Cove...

The amazing design team at HarperCollins has been busy creating absolutely wonderful covers for our digital authors and, with the final covers completed, brilliant junior designer Cherie Chapman takes us through the design process: It’s a rare privilege when the whole team gets to contribute...

#VirtualVoyager: Terry Newman on Writing Comedy in Genre Fiction Part 2 Aug07

#VirtualVoyager: Ter...

DETECTIVE STRONGOAK AND THE CASE OF THE DEAD ELF author Terry Newman explains the tricky business of being deliberately funny…   Following on from my previous discussions into ‘being funny’ and applying it to genre writing, here are my top ten helpful (hopefully) rules for writing...

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: John Ayliff Aug07

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They say there are a certain set of questions to help you really get to know a person. With that in mind, we’ve applied this to our wonderful digital-first authors and, more specifically, their books and asked them five vital questions to get better acquainted. Welcome, John Ayliff and BELT...

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: Andy Livingstone Aug07

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They say there are a certain set of questions to help you really get to know a person. With that in mind, we’ve applied this to our wonderful digital-first authors and, more specifically, their books and asked them five vital questions to get better acquainted. Welcome, Andy Livingstone and...

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: Nancy K. Wallace Aug06

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They say there are a certain set of questions to help you really get to know a person. With that in mind, we’ve applied this to our wonderful digital-first authors and, more specifically, their books and asked them five vital questions to get better acquainted. Welcome, Nancy K. Wallace and...

#VirtualVoyager In Conversation: Terry Newman and Jason LaPier Aug06

#VirtualVoyager In C...

Authors Terry Newman and Jason LaPier have both recently had novels published that combined genres – crime and fantasy and crime and SF, respectively. Today they’re discussing combining genres and breaking down boundaries in fiction. Editor John W. Campbell said that mystery and science...

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: Jason LaPier Aug06

#VirtualVoyager Q�...

They say there are a certain set of questions to help you really get to know a person. With that in mind, we’ve applied this to our wonderful digital-first authors and, more specifically, their books and asked them five vital questions to get better acquainted. Welcome, Jason LaPier and...