The Log Book of the Ketty Jay: 5

It’s Day 5 of our special guest post series featuring a look inside the Logbook of the Ketty Jay. Ever wanted to know what happened to the crew of the Ketty Jay before Retribution Falls? We’ve might just have that answer for you. If you missed our posts last week, you can catch up with the first one here, and check back later in the week for more.  The Log Book of the Ketty Jay: 5 Transcriber’s note: This is the first readable, but otherwise the fifth entry from the Logbook Of The Ketty Jay. The adventures of Darien Frey have…

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Falconer Friday: The Falconer Tour of Edinburgh

To celebrate the publication of The Falconer we caught up with the fantastic Elizabeth May and asked her to take us on a tour of the city that inspired The Falconer.  You can watch the first video in our Falconer series below and visit the brilliant Winged Reviews to watch the second part of the series which looks at characters in the book.

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The Log Book of the Ketty Jay: 4

Welcome to Day 4 of our special guest post series featuring a look inside the Logbook of the Ketty Jay. Ever wanted to know what happened to the crew of the Ketty Jay before Retribution Falls? We’ve might just have that answer for you . . . Visit our blog over the next two weeks to uncover the secrets of the logbook of the Ketty Jay.  The Log Book of the Ketty Jay: 4  Transcriber’s note: This is the fourth entry from the Logbook Of The Ketty Jay, diligently saved from it’s beer stained state by your loyal transcriber. The affairs…

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Steelheart is here!

To celebrate the UK publication of Steelheart we asked Brandon Sanderson to write us a special message to his UK fans. Steelheart started as a simple “what if?” I was on the road on book tour, driving a rental car up the East Coast. I was running late to meet my editor in Pittsburgh. My phone was dead—I’d forgotten my charger—and was rushing along, when someone aggressively cut me off in traffic. I got very annoyed at this person, which is not something I normally do. I’m usually pretty easygoing, but this time I thought to myself, “Well, random person,…

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