Year of the Dragon Robin Hobb Giveaway!

USHER IN THE YEAR OF THE DRAGON WITH ROBIN HOBB! Volume three of Robin Hobb’s Rain Wilds Chronicles: CITY OF DRAGONS is on sale February 7, but leave us a comment for a chance to win one of ten early copies of the new hardcover as well as paperback editions of volumes one and two: … Read More

The Mortal Path Series by Dakota Banks

We’re very excited to be publishing Dakota Banks’ third book in the Mortal Path series DELIVERANCE (on sale 3/27). We’re so excited, in fact, that for a limited time only we’re offering the first book in the series, DARK TIME, in eBook for only $.99.  Check it out!  

FREE Traci Harding e-books!

To celebrate the release of Traci Harding’s 15th book The Light-Field we’re individually publishing the 6 short stories from Ghostwriting as FREE special edition e-books, one book a week from the 9th January until the 1st of March 2012! The first of which, Piece of Time, is available now! Free only until the 1st March. Head to … Read More

Preview A PERFECT BLOOD by Kim Harrison!

I’m extremely excited about Kim Harrison’s A PERFECT BLOOD (2/21/12)—the Hollows adventures starring Rachel Morgan are both a house and personal favorite. In A PERFECT BLOOD, we get to see a side of the Hollows we haven’t explored before—namely, The Federal Inderland Bureau, and how humans handle being outclassed in a world of vampires, witches, … Read More

The Joy of Books

This non-CGI video is absolutely charming. Find out what happens in a bookstore when the lights go out. And if you’re in Toronto, do check out TYPE bookstore. The Joy of Books

Why Fantasy? Why Now? by David Chandler

The popularity of genre books has stayed strong for over a hundred years now, but it’s interesting—the individual genres seem to come and go.  Oh, there will always be good horror novels out there, and fantasy books seem to sell regardless of what year it is.  But there are definitely cycles at work here.  This … Read More

The Weirdstone

  If you have just finished the last instalment of Harry Potter and can brave something darker than dementors, I would be doing you a disservice not to recommend The Weirdstone of Brisingamen, which has just received a lavish 50thanniversary reissue. It is fantastical fairy tale set in the very real countryside of Cheshire, where … Read More

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