Kristen Britain is the author of Green Rider, First Rider’s Call, The High King’s Tomb and Blackveil. She lives in a log cabin in Maine where she writes full time and pursues interests including reading, guitar playing, and cartoon illustration. She enjoys exploring the magical places around her and can often be found paddling a canoe in still water, ambling through the woods to mountain summits, or sitting along the rocky shore listening, watching, and daydreaming.
Find out more about her books by clicking on their titles above, or by visiting her website.
We are delighted to reveal the stunning cover for Firebrand, the much-anticipated sixth instalment in Kristen Britain’s New York Time’s bestselling Green Rider series. As for the rest of the series, the beautiful cover artwork was drawn by the incredibly talented April Schumacher.
Green Rider Karigan G’ladheon, not yet recovered in heart or mind from her unexpected trip through time, is assigned a new mission. She must seek out the legendary creatures called p’ehdrosian to renew an alliance of old in … More
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In the last of our series of sneak peeks at Gollancz’s 2014 schedule, our focus turns to ongoing series. We’re thrilled as always to have so many authors and series returning, and the books below are all eagerly awaited by their fans. If you haven’t tried any of these series yet, you’re missing out!
Metro 2033 – the novel on which the best-selling computer game was based – has been a sleeper hit for … More
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In celebration of the David Gemmell Award short-lists being published, Gollancz is thrilled to be running a series of interviews-in-ninety-seconds with as many short-listed authors as we can get our hands on! Today we’re delighted to talk to Kristen Britain, the critically acclaimed, New York Times bestselling author of The Green Rider series, made up of Green Rider, First Rider’s Call, The High King’s Tomb, and Blackveil which is nominated for Best … More
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Gollancz is fresh back from a very successful Eastercon, and with an astounding haul of Award wins, and Award nominations!
The British Science Fiction Awards
Yesterday our very own Christopher Priest won the BSFA award for Best Science Fiction Novel, for his wonderful novel The Islanders.
We were also thrilled to see the SF Encyclopedia recognised as the Best Non-Fiction project of the year. Darren Nashand Malcolm Edwards have worked hand-in-hand with the Encyclopedia, during the creation of our SF Gateway … More
Tags: Brandon Sanderson, BSFA Awards, Christopher Priest, David Gemmell Awards, Elspeth Cooper, Fantasy, Joe Abercrobmie, Kristen Britain, Patrick Rothfuss, Science Fiction, SF Gateway
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In celebration of the David Gemmell Award long-lists being published, Gollancz is thrilled to be running a series of interviews-in-sixty-seconds with as many long-listed authors as we can get our hands on. Today we’re delighted to talk to Kristen Britain, the critically acclaimed, New York Times bestselling author of The Green Rider series, made up of Green Rider, First Rider’s Call , The High King’s Tomb, and Blackveil which is nominated for … More
Tags: Blackveil, David Gemmell Longlist, Fantasy, Green Rider Series, Interview, Kristen Britain, Rider's First Call, The Green Rider
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