Happy Publication Day 10th August!

10th august publication day photo

It’s publication day! And it’s a paperback publication day, so that means you gotta grab them all! We’ve got bloody, visceral knightly combat, a heart-warming near-future sf novel, a new masterwork of alien gods and new worlds, a poetic speculative masterpiece from one of the genre greats and a fascinating and exciting cyberpunk-esque exploration of space and the digital afterlife! Go on, dig in, you know you want to! Crosstalk by Connie Willis Crosstalk is a smart, brilliant and endearing romantic comedy comparable to Sliding Doors Briddey is about to get exactly what she thinks she wants . . .…

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Exclusive Q&A with Al Robertson

We are thrilled to welcome Al Robertson, to the blog for a special Q&A blog post. Al Robertson’s thrilling new SF adventure WAKING HELL is out now in bookshops. We caught up with Al to ask him some of burning questions about life, reading, writing and mythological creatures.  Who is your favourite author? I’d say there are several, depending on what mood I’m in, which book I happen to pull off the shelves and what I’m reading at any given moment. At the moment, the list would include Leigh Brackett for her wondrous planetary romances, Joseph Hone for his bleak,…

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Happy Publication Day 27th October 2016

It’s publication day and we’ve got more of what you love! More fantasy, more science fiction and all the more of the series you can’t get enough of! A Plague of Swords by Miles Cameron Forget George and the Dragon. Forget Sir Lancelot and tales of Knightly exploits. This is dirty, bloody work. This is violent, visceral action. This is a mercenary knight as you’ve never seen one before. ONE ENEMY HAS FALLEN A GREATER ONE REMAINS NOW IT’S WAR . . . The Red Knight withstood the full might of his enemy, and won the day. In a victory…

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Seven albums for Waking Hell

What does great science fiction sound like? Al Robertson shares the soundtrack for his latest book, Waking Hell, and it might just come in handy for your Halloween party, too… When I started writing Waking Hell, I had a very specific ambition for it. I wanted it to be an SF book that also worked as a horror novel, just as Crashing Heaven is very pure cyberpunk that’s also shot through with fantasy. So, while writing it I listened to a lot of properly spooky music – in particular, albums from Holden, Electric Wizard and The Haxan Cloak. But the…

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Cover Reveal: Waking Hell

We’re thrilled to be able to show you the cover for Waking Hell; Al Robertson’s awesome follow-up to his acclaimed debut Crashing Heaven. Crashing Heaven was diamond-hard cyberpunk for the 21st century and Waking Hell is set in the same world, Station: a hollowed-out asteroid that is mankind’s last home. Waking Hell concerns itself with the Fetches, the digital ghosts of the dead who exist alongside the living in Station, and a sinister plot that aims to bring a new hell to everyone, alive and dead. Dominic Harman did the cover for Crashing Heaven and he has done another spectacular…

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