Happy Publication Day: 27th November 2014

20141127_101037_resizedWe’d like to wish a very happy Publication Day to all of our books out in bookshops and online today. This week we’re celebrating the 30th anniversary of a ground-breaking fantasy classic, an out of this world adventure and a return to Bon Temps. You’ve got so many reasons to visit your bookshop, library or feed your e-reader. 

Dead But Not Forgotten by Charlaine Harris: Charlaine Harris’ smash-hit Sookie Stackhouse series may have reached its conclusion, but the world of Bon Temps, Louisiana, lives on in this all-new collection of 15 stories. Written by a killer line-up of authors, DEAD BUT NOT FORGOTTEN puts your favourite characters centre stage. DEAD BUT NOT FORGOTTEN is out now in hardback and e-book. You can find out more about Charlaine Harris by visiting her website or following her on Facebook.

Ultima by Stephen Baxter: The astonishing new novel from award winning author Stephen Baxter continues the adventure from PROXIMA. When we discovered ancient alien artifacts on the planet of Per Ardua – hatches that allowed us to step across light years of space as if we were stepping into another room – the universe opened up to us. Now in ULTIMA the consequences of this new freedom make themselves felt. ULTIMA is out now in trade paperback, e-book and audio download. You can find out more about Stephen Baxter by visiting his website

Mythago Wood by Robert Holdstock: Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of one of the finest fantasy novels. Our glorious new Fantasy Masterwork edition features introduction by Neil Gaiman. Stephen Huxley has already lost his father to the mysteries of Ryhope Wood. On his return from the Second World War, he finds his brother, Christopher, is also in thrall to the mysterious wood, within which lies a realm where mythic archetypes grow flesh and blood, where love and beauty haunt your dreams, and in promises of freedom lies the sanctuary of insanity…  The 30th anniversary edition of MYTHAGO WOOD is out now in paperback. You can find out more about Robert Holdstock by visiting the SF Gateway