March Cover Spotlight

Check out some of the newest covers from Harper Voyager! Elixir by Ruth Vincent Mabily “Mab” Jones is just a twenty-something, over-educated, under-employed New Yorker trying to survive as a private eye’s unpaid intern . . . or is she? Once a powerful fairy, but tricked by the Fairy Queen into human form, Mab is … Read More

The Second Death by T. Frohock is on sale now

The Second Death: Part III of the Los Nefilim by T. Frohock is on sale now Save the world, or save his family… For Diago Alvarez, that’s the choice before him. For unless he wants to see his son Rafael die, he must do the unthinkable: Help the Nazis receive the plans to the ultimate … Read More

Some of My Favorite Things: Historical Fantasy

by T. Frohock I love historical fiction. It’s always been a favorite of mine, and historical fantasy … well, that is mixing ALL of my favorite things. I have enjoyed everything from Robert McCammon’s World War II werewolf spy novel, The Wolf’s Hour, to Jasper Kent’s brilliant recreation of the Patriotic War of 1812 and … Read More

Insider Report: Music

Hey everyone!  So I was going to give you a post about what I’ve been editing this month, but then I thought better of it, because it’s a VERY long list.  So, if you’re curious about the glamorous life of an editor, here’s a snippet of the day to day – many of us listen to music … Read More

Top 5 Games For Procrastinating Writers

by Elizabeth Bonesteel   You know how it is. You have a deadline, and the storyline is screaming in your head, and you’ve got that document open, and…and…you just can’t. Not right now. You need something that will rest your mind, that will distract you from that nagging timeline issue that just won’t stay fixed, … Read More

Dissension is on sale now!

Dissension by Stacey Berg, the first book in a science fiction duology, is on sale now. For four hundred years, the Church has led the remnants of humanity as they struggle for survival in the last inhabited city. Echo Hunter 367 is exactly what the Church created her to be: loyal, obedient, lethal. A clone who … Read More

From the Author: Dissension and Diversity

From Author Stacey Berg  If you’re reading this blog, you’re almost certainly aware of the ferment around the topic of diversity in books, especially science fiction and young adult literature. Ample data shows the underrepresentation of minorities as authors, award winners, and industry professionals; but to me, what matters most what happens inside the books. … Read More

Insider Report: Editing Research

As an editor, it’s my responsibility not just to correct spelling and grammar, but also to make sure an author’s worldbuilding details are accurate. And when these details fall outside of my areas of expertise, Google comes in handy. Sometimes these searches can lead me off on rabbit trails—suffice it to say that I now know … Read More

Dark Transmissions is On Sale Now!

Dark Transmissions by Davila LeBlanc is on sale today! It is the late 23rd century. For engineers Jessie Madison and her husband David, a routine maintenance contract on board the orbital mining station Moria 3 has become a nightmare. Upon awakening from cryo-stasis, they learn a horrifying truth: while they were asleep, machines rose up against … Read More

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