Now, the bad news is, Chloe Neill’s latest Chicagoland novel isn’t out until February. But the good news is, we have an extract already! And the other good news is that it is awesome. Scroll down to read the first chapter of Wild Things, book number nine in the fantastic Chicagoland Vampires series.
Within the last ten months, I’d become a vampire, joined Chicago’s Cadogan House, and become its Sentinel. … More
Our friends over at Fierce Fiction have come up trumps this autumn; when Gollancz saw the beautiful Tinder hardback editions, they went a little nuts for them, as did a few of their followers on Twitter. Tinder is the gorgeous new book from Sally Gardner, and illustrated by David Roberts. Inspired by the fairy tale The Tinderbox, it is the story of Otto Hundebiss, who is tired of war, and the beautiful Safire – pure of heart … More
Christmas season is coming and our minds are churning with the possibilities of what to buy for our friends and family and, more importantly, what’s awaiting us under the tree. Well, whether you’re thinking of yourself or thinking of others, Father Gollancz has it all covered because how better a way to deal with the stress of family than blowing away strangers on epic shooter Battlefield 4?
The crazy kids over on our sister imprint Orion Fiction have been working … More
We are delighted to be sharing the second chapter of Tom Lloyd’s first novel in an fantastic new fantasy series, Moon’s Artifice. If you missed chapter one last week, fear not – you can catch up here. If you enjoyed the Twilight Reign series, we think you’re going to really enjoy this. And if you’re one of our Gollancz Geeks, you’ll be finding out in the next week whether you’ve been selected to review More
Jon Weir, was a publicity manager like no other. Whether in his endless energy on tour, his fierceness with hotels on behalf of authors, his endless list of contacts, his friendships with everyone in the genre, his frankly alarming knowledge of obscure geek TV or in his undying love of Wonder Woman, he was… well he was very much Jon Weir. But in a very much Jon Weir moment Jon has followed his heart and gone to live … More