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Cover Art

COVER REVEAL: Darius Hinks’ The Ingenious

Humans, we have official news.

It has come to our attention that the B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog has recently posted an article detailing the cover art for Darius HinksThe Ingenious by none other than John Coulthart, creator of such covers as Under the Pendulum Sun and Moonshine.

It is important that you head to the site right now and take a look at the brand new, super shiny artwork without hesitation, because it is fucking beautiful and your eyes deserve that kind of treat.

Here’s a sneak peek to tide you over until you click

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Exclusive Excerpts

A Free Preview of Magical Prohibition: Moonshine by Jasmine Gower

Moonshine by Jasmine GowerAre you ready to get wrapped up in a whole new magical world? Splendid, let us continue. We’re delighted to show off the first two chapters of Jasmine Gower’s debut novel, Moonshine.

In the flourishing metropolis of Soot City (a fantastical version of 1920s Chicago), progressive ideals reign and the old ways of magic and liquid mana are forbidden. Daisy Dell is a Modern Girl – stylish, educated and independent – keen

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Cover Art

Cover Reveal: Moonshine by Jasmine Gower

We couldn’t very well publish MoonshineJasmine Gower‘s fast paced and fun secondary world novel, set in the Roaring 20s – without covering it in a truly beautiful art deco cover, now could we?

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

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Book Announcements, Writers

New Author Announcement: Jasmine Gower

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Listen up you ritzy lot; do we  have some sockdollager news for you! Robot HQ has a new author in its midst: Jasmine Gower

Jasmine hails from Portland, Oregon and was drawn toward writing years before amidst a childhood of fantasy novels and 90s video games! Plus she has a passion for exploring themes of gender, sexuality, and disability through the conventions of speculative fiction and fantasy worldbuilding.

We’re very excited to be

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