#VirtualVoyager Cover Showcase

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 to a project.  Back in October 2012,… Read More

#VirtualVoyager In Conversation: Terry Newman and Jason LaPier

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 fiction (and presumably fantasy) were incompatible… Read More

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: Jack Colman

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, Jack Colman and THE… Read More

#VirtualVoyager Q&A: Jason LaPier

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 UNEXPECTED… Read More

Alison Stine’s SUPERVISION out now in paperback

Alison Stine’s ethereal supernatural YA SUPERVISION is now available in paperback. This is such a wonderful read, with a mystery at its heart that you’ll be dying to solve. What is wrong with Esmé? Something is wrong with Esmé.   Kicked out of school in New… Read More

Christi J. Whitney’s Grey out in paperback

The first book in Christi J. Whitney’s The Romany Outcasts Series GREY is out in paperback today. This is YA fantasy with a wonderful dark twist and reviewers have been saying some lovely things about it. There are no shiny vampires here… ‘Different, unique and mysterious … A great start… Read More

COVER REVEAL: A. F. E. Smith’s Darkhaven

Introducing the simply gorgeous cover for A. F. E. Smith’s wonderful fantasy debut, Darkhaven. This is a spectacular tale that’s set in an incredibly detailed world; for breathless action, unexpected heroes, romance and characters that will stay with you, Darkhaven is a complete treat. Ayla Nightshade never wanted to rule… Read More

COVER REVEAL: Gerrard Cowan’s The Machinery

We’re delighted to be able to finally reveal the terrific cover for Gerrard Cowan’s THE MACHINERY. A little bit of sci-fi, an excellent dose of fantasy, and you have a book that’s political, dark and brilliant. For ten millennia, the leaders of the Overland have been Selected by the Machinery,… Read More

Cover Reveal: Goldenfire by A.F.E. Smith

We’re utterly delighted to reveal the cover of A.F.E. Smith’s GOLDENFIRE, book two of The Darkhaven Novels. This cover takes us into slightly darker territory for this brilliant fantasy series, with a highly skilled assassin coming for Ayla Nightshade, the shapeshifting ruler of Darkhaven. An assassin with an agenda, one even their sinister employer knows nothing about: In Darkhaven, peace doesn’t last long. Read More

Cover reveal: Jack Colman’s THE RULE

Jack Colman’s incredibly rich, Viking-esque historical fantasy THE RULE is being released as a lovely ebook on March 26th and we’re thrilled to be able to reveal the cover. This is an excellent debut that we can’t wait for you to read. If you like your fantasy brutal and your lead characters real and raw, you’re in… Read More

COVER REVEAL: JOHN AYLIFF’S BELT THREE

Here’s John Ayliff’s cover for BELT THREE in all its fabulous, eerie glory. This vicious little sci-fi is out 18 June – prepare yourself for gloriously gripping characters, space pirates and one hell of an adventure. Worldbreakers do not think, do not feel and cannot be stopped. Read More