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Robin Hobb visits England and Scotland!

Robin Hobb will be visiting England and Scotland later on this year to meet her fans and sign copies of The Wilful Princess and the Piebald Prince, her wonderful new novella set in the Farseer world. Full details of the tour (including four days at World Fantasy Con!) are below - we hope to see you at one of the events! Robin Hobb Tour schedule 2013 Read More

Jane Johnson on Mark Lawrence’s The Broken Empire

I remember the moment I started reading Mark Lawrence work with absolute clarity. Coming upon something extraordinary will do that to you –a song heard for the first time, a view glimpsed through trees, an expression on a lover’s face. I was sitting at my desk… Read More

Raymond Feist’s Australian Tour

From the 19th-30th June Australia played host to one of fantasy’s biggest names, Voyager’s own Raymond E. Feist! Just in time to celebrate the end of an era with his final Riftwar book, Magician’s End, Raymond toured all over the country, visiting two big conventions, Supanova Pop Culture… Read More

Sleeping Beauty by Mark Lawrence

August sees the release of Emperor of Thorns, completing this chapter of  books. Mark has written a fine blog on this, in which he says it has been a journey. Jorg does not at first appear to be the most appealing of… Read More

Mark Lawrence on finishing The Broken Empire

I’ve been putting off writing the ‘Goodbye to all that’ end cap to the Broken Empire trilogy for a long time. I could have written it before PRINCE OF THORNS was even published, before I had any inkling what it was like to have my work read… Read More

The Winds of Winter

Unfortunately we don’t have a publication date for you yet (we’ll let you know as soon as it’s confirmed!), but we do have the first chapter of The Winds of Winter, the next instalment in George R R Martin’s epic series, A Song of Ice and Fire, to share with… Read More

George R.R. Martin on Jack Vance

HarperVoyager UK and ANZ author George R.R. Martin posted a moving tribute to Jack Vance on his Not a Blog last week. [Vance] had a huge influence on me and my work, and for the past fifty-some years has ranked among my very favorite writers. Every time… Read More

Jack Vance: A science fiction great

We at HarperVoyager are so sad to hear of the passing of Jack Vance, who died over the weekend – aged 96. A true science fiction great. Jack Vance passed away quietly on Sunday 26th May, at the age of 96. A prolific writer over five decades in three… Read More

Read an extract of The Madman’s Daughter

Megan Shepherd's The Madman's Daughter is a dark, breathless, beautifully-written gothic thriller of murder, madness and a mysterious island… Meet the heroine, Juliet, in our extract below and if you want to keep reading, pre-order the paperback or download the eBook. Read More

Read an extract of Blood of Dragons

Published next week, Blood of Dragons is the final book in Robin Hobb’s excellent Rain Wild Chronicles. Read an extract from the book below the gorgeous UK and Australian cover! PROLOGUE Changes Tintaglia awoke feeling chilled and old. She had made a good kill and eaten heavily,… Read More

Submission Update

As promised, an update on our digital submission status. (Please note, numbers are close but not perfectly exact, between repeated entries, etc. Please don’t freak out or obsess over the arithmetic…) We received slightly over 4500 entries. We have now responded to approximately 2220 entries that unfortunately were not for… Read More

The Daylight War trailer is live!

The Daylight War trailer is now up and running – we hope you like it! Buy the Daylight War in hardback: Amazon http://amzn.to/V87mjD Waterstones http://bit.ly/WafBwn… Read More

The Daylight War: Trailer sneak preview

After working with the incredible Larry Rostant again for the cover of The Daylight War, we were thrilled to be able to work with another fantastic artist, Dan Kitchener, for a book trailer. The trailer is coming soon, but in the meantime, have a look at these amazing… Read More

Q&A with Peter V Brett

Thanks to everyone who submitted questions earlier this month! Find out more about Peter’s writing, his inspiration and a hint at what happens AFTER The Daylight War… 1. Where do you get your inspiration to start writing? Everywhere. My own life experiences; the comics, books, music, movies… Read More