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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

PUBLICATION DAY: BRIAN ALDISS’ 1960s SHORT STORIES

We are very excited to announce that today marks the publication of Brian Aldiss’ Complete Short Stories: The 1960s. This collection gathers together, for the very first time, Brian Aldiss’ complete catalogue of short stories from the 1960s, in four parts. Read More

Publication Day! Gerrard Cowan’s The Machinery

It’s publication day for Gerrard Cowan’s THE MACHINERY. Should you need them, here are ten (hilarious) reasons to read this fantastic political fantasy. The Machinery knows all.     For ten millennia, the leaders of the Overland have been Selected by the Machinery, an omnipotent machine gifted… Read More

Publication Day Advice: Tattoos, Giraffes and Fireworks

As it’s nearly time for the publication of Gerrard Cowan’s excellent political fantasy THE MACHINERY, he’s gathered advice from his fellow writers on how best to survive celebrate his publication day.   It’s almost upon me – publication day! I’ve known the date for over a year now, so I’ve had plenty of time… Read More

The Machinery Extract

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 what’s to come:  … Read More

Publication Day for Stephen Moore’s GRAYNELORE!

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 liar. He’s a fighting man who prefers to solve his problems with… Read More

#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: 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