Drew Magary up for the Arthur C. Clarke Award

“You got me. I don’t want to die. I’m terrified of death. I fear there’s nothing beyond it and that this existence is the only one I’ll ever possess. That’s why I’m here.” So says John Farrell, protagonist of The End Specialist, the debut sci-fi novel by our own Drew Magary which asks the brilliantly … Read More

SINGULARITY by Ian Douglas is out now!

Out today is New York Times bestselling author Ian Douglas’ SINGULARITY, book three in his sweeping Star Carrier series which goes five centuries into the future where the US Navy are in a life or death struggle across millions of light years to save humanity from the aggressive militarized alien race known as the Sh’daar. … Read More

Excerpt from SINGULARITY by Ian Douglas

SINGULARITY, book three in New York Times Bestseller Ian Douglas‘ STAR CARRIER series is on sale February 28th, but check out a sneak peak. Five centuries in the future, the U.S. Navy, operating within a loose confederation of other Earth and Solar nations in defense of Earth’s Solar System, are engaged in a life or … Read More

From the Deep of the Dark by Stephen Hunt – OUT TODAY!

Continuing with the release of Stephen Hunt’s fantastic series, From the Deep of the Dark is the sixth marvellous tale of high adventure and derring-do from the master of steampunk literature, set in the world of The Court of the Air. A daring underwater chase ends in a battle for the Kingdom itself… The streets of … Read More

Jack Cloudie by Stephen Hunt – OUT TODAY in paperback!

A tale of high adventure and derring-do set in the same Victorian-style world as the acclaimed The Court of the Air and The Secrets of the Fire Sea. Thanks to his father’s gambling debts, young Jack Keats finds himself on the streets and trying to survive as a pickpocket, desperate to graft enough coins to … Read More

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

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