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A Beginners Guide to Vinterkveld, a Fantasy of My Own Making

Worldbuilding in fantasy and science fiction is a huge part of the genre. Every book or series introduces a reader to a new set of rules, such as, dragons exist in this world, or some people are born with magical powers. The mundane details are just as important as the fantastic ones. Is this… Read More

A Crown Imperilled by Raymond E. Feist

Dear Fans, Sometimes things go wrong in the complex process of publishing a book, but we do try to keep it to a minimum! This time a glitch has slipped through our safety net, and unfortunately it’s in the otherwise wonderful A Crown Imperilled. We at Voyager are not only the publishers of… Read More

A Crown Imperilled by Raymond E. Feist – Publication day!

The penultimate volume of the mighty Riftwar Cycle War rages in Midkemia but behind the chaos there is disquieting evidence of dark forces at work. Jim Dasher’s usually infallible intelligence network has been cleverly dismantled; nowhere is safe. He feels that the world is coming apart at the… Read More

A Dance with Dragons Paperback release

We are thrilled to announce that on March 15th, the fifth volume of George R.R Martin’s bestselling fantasy series,  A Dance with Dragons, will be released in paperback. Due to the epic scope of A Dance with Dragons, as with A Storm of Swords, the release has been… Read More

A Game of Thrones – the enhanced ebook

If you haven’t heard about or seen this yet then get reading! The enhanced ebook features three new maps, – Westeros, King’s Landing and the Wall – audio content from the audio book read by Roy Dotrice, and hyperlinked character names. Watch the video: The Product Page to… Read More

A new look for The Farseer Trilogy

Just revealed today, we have a beautiful new look for Robin Hobb’s wonderful Farseer Trilogy, featuring illustrations by the inimitable Jackie Morris. What do you think?… Read More

A Song of Ice and Fire cover reveal

We are very excited to share that we have a stunning set of new covers for George R R Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series. The new look will be released on the 27th of March and will be published alongside the existing, iconic covers. To read… 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

Amy McCulloch guest blogs on Book Chick City

HarperVoyager editor Amy McCulloch is guest blogging over on Book Chick City – a fabulous book review blog focused on urban fantasy, horror, and paranormal romance – as part of UK Publisher’s Month. Find out what a day in the life of a Voyager editor is like (hint:… Read More

An excerpt from The Winds of Winter? Yes please!

The books so far…and now, on George’s website, a sample from Book 6, The Winds of Winter! George R.R. Martin has a special treat for all A Song of Ice and Fire fans… a new excerpt up on his website from The Winds of Winter! I’m… Read More

An interview with Dean Johnson (@activrightbrain) – #BFIVoyager

Tell us about yourself I have spent nearly 30 years pushing the boundaries of publishing, design and technology in digital and physical environments. I wouldn’t have done this if I wasn’t having fun and adding value. I love cars, music, movies, books, spaceships, time-travel and art so I’m lucky… Read More

An interview with writer and director David Cronenberg (Part II) – #BFIVoyager

The long-awaited publishing of Consumed gave Candice Carty-Williams a chance to talk to its writer, the director and king of venereal horror, David Cronenberg. In this wonderfully in-depth yet satisfyingly broad three-part interview, they speak about the book, Cronenberg’s processes, how similar writing prose is to directing, film, existentialism, the advancement of technology, and nausea. Read More

Arthur C. Clarke Awards 2012

Last night was the 26th annual Arthur C. Clarke Awards, held at the Apollo Theatre near Piccadilly Circus in London. The award aims to find the best science fiction novel published in the UK. The Voyager UK team was very pleased that The End Specialist by debut novellist… Read More