Phew, is it hot in here, or is it just us? On this most summery of days, join us in celebrating the publication day of Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling novella collection, WILD EMBRACE. Prepare yourself: these four novellas break taboos and cross boundaries, all while being incredibly sexy and smart (naturally!).
To whet your appetite, Nalini has a few choice excerpts on her website, so head on over and enjoy.
Here’s what you’re in for:
Echo of Silence
In a deep-sea station, Tazia … More
It’s publication day and we’ve got books at every stage of novel life. We’ve got a first book, a last book and middle book as well as one carrying lots of little books; we’ve got fantasy, urban fantasy and science fiction; we’ve got a book for all seasons so pick one (or more) and dive in!
Obelisk by Stephen Baxter returns to the world of Proxima and Ultima with this stunning collection of short stories.
A remarkable collection of short stories … More
Although we’re not publishing that particular classic today, we are publishing two SF Masterworks, a hard science fiction masterpiece, an incredibly imaginative fantasy as well as something we’ve only ever published once before: a flip book!
Xeelee: Endurance by Stephen Baxter continues the epic Xeelee Sequence that began way back in 1991 with Raft. Chronicling humanity’s … More
It’s a bumper day for paperbacks, which means it’s a good day for your wallet which just means you can get even more books! We have a fantasy described by Patrick Rothfuss as a ‘strange alchemy, a recipe I’ve never seen before’, two hard sf novels that will leave you both yearning for space yet terrified of it, and lastly two SF Masterworks (Gotta get ‘em all!) to add to your shelves.
Luna: New Moon by Ian McDonald has been … More
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We’re delighted to unleash upon the world the flesh crawling, spine tingling menace that is THE HATCHING, the first book by Ezekiel Boone. Published worldwide today, this slice of terror is perfect for those who like spiders crawling out of people’s faces. But if you don’t, that’s fine! (I’m aware I lost about 40% of readers just by writing that sentence). THE HATCHING is also a remarkably page-turning thriller which follows a diverse cast of characters through the beginnings … More