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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

Introducing Jack Colman, author of THE RULE

In October 2012, HarperVoyager signed 15 full-length novels from mostly unagented writers, gathered in a two-week open submissions process. Jack Colman’s THE RULE was one of these novels, a gripping Viking-style fantasy set in the uncompromising town of Helvik. Here, as part of our series of… Read More

Joe Abercrombie answers your questions: Part 2

Last week we asked you for your questions for Joe Abercrombie and he liked them so much, instead of just five questions, he answered almost of them! Check out the first batch right here, and watch the second set of questions and answers below. Will there be any awesome kickass female characters… Read More

Ask Joe Abercrombie anything!

Well, not quite anything… but if you could ask Joe Abercrombie anything about his new series, what would you ask? Joe is going to be in the office next week and we’ll be filming him answer 5 questions from you! Just leave your questions in the comments… 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

Send in your questions for Peter Brett

Next month sees publication of book three in Peter Brett’s The Demon Cycle and to say that we’re excited is a bit of an understatement.  There will be lots of news from us in the coming month about this book, but in the meantime… Do you have a question… Read More