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#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

#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

Publication Day! Graeme K. Talboys’ Stealing into Winter

It’s publication day for Graeme K. Talboys’ Stealing into Winter and we’re so pleased to be able to share this thrilling epic adventure and its absolutely wonderful lead character, Jeniche, with you. A breathtaking tale of adventure, survival and loyalty. When Jeniche,… Read More

Joe Abercrombie on Writing the Shattered Sea

It’s publication day for Joe’s brilliant final instalment of the Shattered Sea trilogy, HALF A WAR. He’s joined us to share his experience of writing this incredible series and releasing the books in quick, reader-pleasing succession. My plan for the three Shattered Sea books was to write much shorter,… 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

Guilty until proven innocent?

When I was younger, I was a reluctant but regular consumer of old movies. My parents liked them, and I was at the age where I’d far rather stay up late to watch something I wasn’t that interested in than go to bed. I can hardly remember most… Read More

Top Ten Mechanical Menaces from Space

John Ayliff’s BELT THREE published this week, and today he’s guest blogging for us on mechanical menaces in space… I love it when alien robots from space destroy the human race. When it happens in books, I mean! My own novel, Belt Three, is set in the ruins of the… Read More

Publication Day for John Ayliff’s Belt Three

John Ayliff’s BELT THREE is out today, a brutal, tightly written sci-fi with characters that are hard, battle-scarred and terrifyingly relatable. Worldbreakers do not think, do not feel and cannot be stopped. Captain Gabriel Reinhardt’s latest mining mission has been brought to a halt by the arrival of a Worldbreaker, one of… Read More