What Makes You #WEYRD?

 Last year we published Angela Slatter’s debut novel VIGIL, Book one in the Verity Fassbinder series. Next week we publish its awesome sequel CORPSELIGHT. AND WE ARE EXTREEEEEMELY EXCITED (NB: I re-purposed this gif from last year because I love it. Angela is queen of gif wars so I just wanted…

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Happy book birthday to Sue Tingey!

  Today we say the Happiest Book Birthday to Sue Tingey for BOUND, the third in the completely compelling Soulseer Chronicles! Hip Hip Hooray Sue and huge congratulations! Thank you from so much for letting us follow Lucky, and her boys Jamie and Jinx on their journey into the Underlands.…

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Saying Goodbye to Old Friends

Sue Tingey is the author of the Soulseer Chronicles – Marked, Cursed and Bound. The third, and final, in the series will be published on Thursday. Here, Sue gives us an insight into a writer’s mind as she prepares to say goodbye to her characters.   Well – it’s over.…

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Welcome to Rotherweird

Today marks the publication of a very special novel Rotherweird by Andrew Caldecott – a book about a very unique town, separated from the rest of England since Elizabethan times, and it’s ensemble of inhabitants. Part fantasty, part alt-history, part mystery it’s an immersive, twisty and textured, hugely enjoyable, rather bonkers…

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A letter from the author, Sebastien de Castell

Today the fourth in the epic, swash-buckling, funny, intense, dramatic, immersive, oh-so-enjoyable Greatcoats series is published. That’s right, the boys are back in town and Tyrant’s Throne has been released to the world. It has been an absolute pleasure to work on such a well-crafted, well-written series, all the more so because I…

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Finding Inspiration

       All books in my first epic fantasy series, The Moontide Quartet, have now been released, and I’m at work on the sequel series, The Sunsurge Quartet. It’s set in the same world of Urte, and the first book, Empress of the Fall, came out on 9th March – yesterday…

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