The release date for Micah Yongo‘s debut novel, Lost Gods is fast approaching, and will be available for all those grabby hands from April 2018! The story follows Neythan, a young assassin who is betrayed and hunted by his brotherhood, the Shedaím, for suspected murder. See how Neythan fights back against those who would see him dead, and the bastard ruling classes, in this epic fantasy novel.
You can see a sneak peek of the amazing new cover below, by the wonderful Larry Rostant.
Nik Korpon’s The Rebellion’s Last Traitor is “an explosive tale of betrayal and revenge in which allegiances prove as dangerous and unreliable as the memories the citizens of Eitan City buy and sell. Korpon crosses genre lines with ease, and imbues this post-apocalyptic tale with the rhythm and immediacy of crime fiction.” (Chris Holm, Anthony Award-winning author of Red Right Hand and The Killing Kind.)
Since the first one was brilliant, we are even more excited to reveal the cover of Korpon’s dystopian SF sequel, Queen of the Struggle, which follows the fate of Eitan City and the further challenges Henraek faces.
See the brand new
Rod Duncan‘s new series, The Map of Unknown Things, sees our Gas-Lit protagonist Elizabeth in an entirely new light as she takes to the high seas in first title The Queen of All Crows, due for release in January.
As we are nearing the release date it’s only fair that we reveal the haunting new cover to you – an enticing and enigmatic image created by the wonderful Will Staehle.
Click on the teaser image below to see the official full cover on Fantasy Faction.
Back in March we showed off the breathtaking cover for Wendy N Wagner‘s An Oath of Dogs (all credit to the exceptional Joey Hi-Fi), and at the same time let you know that for each pre-order of the novel we’d be donating $1 to Freedom Service Dogs of America, a national charity which provides assistance dogs for people in need.
So, to keep you
Earlier this year we brought you Alex Wells‘ Hunger Makes the Wolf, an incredibly cool tale with deserts, biker gangs and space witchiness. Now, we’re getting close to publication date for the sequel, Blood Binds the Pack, so thought it was about time we showed of the incredible cover by Ignacio Lazcano featuring our favourite duo Hob and Mag.
Head on over to the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog to see the full cover reveal, as well as read an interview with Alex about Blood Binds the Pack, making the leap from writing short stories to novels
Oh, isn’t today a lovely day for a new book announcement? It’s getting a little colder outside, we’re all starting to close in for the winter and we need a little something to look forward to, once the sun starts to shine on the other side. And that sliver of light, folks, the one you see burning brightly on the other side has a name… Quietus. And it’s hitting shelves in March 2018.
Tristan Palmgren‘s debut novel, which features an anthropologist from another universe visit one of the darkest periods of human history in a bid to learn the
You may have seen the announcement a little while ago that Angry Robot is bringing Matthew De Abaitua‘s stunning – and absolutely mind-bendingly good – Arthur C Clarke shortlisted The Red Men to American (and Canadian, in ebook form) shores this November.
And now, as we move ever closer to the joyous date of release, we have a brilliant new cover to show you, courtesy of the tremendous Raid71.
It’s here! It’s here!
Well, actually it’s not here yet. But soon Fallen Gods, the second title in James A Moore‘s The Tides of War series, will be hitting shelves near you! In fact, the drop will be happening in January, exactly a year from the release of first-in-series The Last Sacrifice.
While you pine for the next book we do have a little treat for you, we can now show off the amazing new cover. Big thanks to that man Alejandro Colucci for once more bestowing us with something so awesome. And if any cover should invoke a
NEW COVER KLAXON!!! PLUS SOME NEWS!
Do we have a treat for you today! Not only do you get to see the cover for Tim Pratt‘s exhilarating new space opera, The Wrong Stars but we have glad tidings too, as we’ve signed Tim up for books two and three in the Axiom series! He’ll never get away from us now; the chips are implanted too deeply in his cerebral cortex.
Excited? You should be. And if you want to get yourself acquainted with the novel you might want to pop over to SFF World (just click the teaser image below),
No, no we couldn’t. So that’s just what we’ve done. Our thanks, as always, to the absolutely wonderful John Coulthart for once more realising all of our dreams and creating the most wondrous geometric cover, with beautiful bold colours and alluring nymphs and flapper girls.
Sound like your kind of cover? Click on the teaser below and head over to the B&N
So, as you know (stares into camera) we publish the tie-in novels for Monte Cook Games‘ Numenera and The Strange RPGs. The RPGs are known for their immersive storytelling, future tech that lives by the Arthur C Clarke quote “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”
The great thing about these novels is that you don’t need to have an understanding of the RPGs to enjoy the books. Sure there are some easter eggs thrown in, but these won’t disrupt a fantastic reading experience for those who just love themselves a bit of high tech sci-fi.
Good day fellow Robots.
It’s time to feast your eyes on the cover of another spectacular tale from the old west from our very own Eric Scott Fischl. If you’ve read Dr Potter’s Medicine Show, you’ll already be familiar with loveable buffoon Solomon Parker and now he’s back, as an old man who’s made one bad gamble too many, in the marvellous mix of fantasy and spirits that is The Trials of Solomon Parker.
We have a rather mysterious
Good news – Edmund Templeton and Istvan Czernin are back!
Intrigued? Excited? Then read the synopsis below:
Edmund Templeton, a time-manipulating sorcerer, and Istvan Czernin, the deathless spirit of WWI, are the most powerful agents of the magical cabal now ruling the US East Coast. Their struggle to establish a new order in the wake of
Listen up! We’ve got a new cover reveal, created by the one, the only Cody Tilson.
The cover is for K C Alexander’s forthcoming Nanoshock and it. is. badass.
If you’re patrons of K C’s Patreon then you will have already seen the cover, as it was first revealed to you lovely, lovely lot. Just one of a myriad of reasons to support authors with their own Patreon account – content, content, content, people.
Anyhow, we’ll leave you to gaze on the sunny visage of our favourite badass, Riko, but before we go, here’s the synopsis. Get ready,
Created by the truly excellent Ignacio Lazcano, it’s a visual delight that combines everything we love including magic, mages, and flaming swords!
Skyfarer is one part sorcery, one part space fantasy and one part of a vast new universe. Described as “One of those remarkable books that consists entirely of ‘the good parts'” byNeal Stephenson, we have to admit, we couldn’t agree more!
Want to see the cover in its full glory? Head over the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog which
It was one of those beautiful moments in the office. We’d agreed to the purchase of Jeannette Ng’s amazing debut novel Under the Pendulum Sun and the discussion had turned to covers. Without thinking we, as one, uttered “John Coulthart”, because who could better bring to life the creepy gothic imagery Jeannette’s words painted? Happily John was onboard with our idea and the wonderful process of researching for the design began.
That’s not our tale to tell though. Head over to Fantasy Faction to hear what John had to say about the creative process, as well as Jeannette’s thoughts on