Writers of the Future

The Best New Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: 28 Award-Winning Authors and Illustrators Accompanied by Anne McCaffrey, Robert J. Sawyer, Larry Elmore, Todd McCaffrey, Bob Eggleton?? Find out what’s next. What if there was a single contest to determine the most talented new writers across the genres of Sci-fi and Fantasy? What if you could find … Continue reading Writers of the Future


An A.I. With Plenty of Heart

Einna is a lot like other teenage girls, naive, idealistic, secretive, disobedient and interested in boys. Only Einna is not human, she is an A.I. android. Her creator, her mother, is Manaka Yagami, the first female tech billionaire. Einna has a plan to make herself human, if she can keep Mother in the dark and … Continue reading An A.I. With Plenty of Heart

Laser Beams Are The Least of Your Worries

A gritty, Military SF page-turner sure to please fans of intrigue and space combat. Humanity has spent decades carefully establishing a quiet foothold in an uncaring galaxy brimming with hostile powers. That all unraveled six months ago when Captain Victoria Marin and her crew of Vultures stumbled into the center of a conflict between two … Continue reading Laser Beams Are The Least of Your Worries

Digital Nightmares

It's not a good idea to read this novel at night. Hell on earth is only one click of a mouse away… The Dark Net is real. An anonymous and often criminal arena that exists in the secret far reaches of the Web, some use it to manage Bitcoins, pirate movies and music, or traffic in … Continue reading Digital Nightmares

Skyfarer: A Novel Epic

Find your light. Find your truth, Skyfarer.   An apprentice sorceress is dragged into a vicious quest across an endless sky in this Star Wars-inspired space fantasy.   The Axiom Diamond is a mythical relic, with the power to show its bearer any truth they desire. Men have sought for it across many continents for … Continue reading Skyfarer: A Novel Epic

PsychoHorror: A Lindqvist Speciality

‘The new Stephen King’ The Times  “A magician of genre fiction” Boyd Tonkin, The Independent A new heart-breaking and terrifying novel from John Ajvide Lindqvist, the author of international bestseller Let the Right One In Molly wakes her mother to go to the toilet. The campsite is strangely blank. The toilet block has gone. Everything else has gone too. … Continue reading PsychoHorror: A Lindqvist Speciality

A Pocketful of… No’s

“I am as brown as brown can be, And my eyes as black as sloe; I am as brisk as brisk can be, And wild as forest doe.” (The Child Ballads, 295) Written in three frenzied weeks following a visit to Skye, A POCKETFUL OF CROWS is a short novel, loosely inspired by the Child … Continue reading A Pocketful of… No’s

Black Light Express

The shattering sequel to Railhead is here!   Zen and Nova have ridden a train from one world to another before. They come from the Network Empire, whose stations are scattered across half the galaxy. But this time it's different. They've passed through a gate which shouldn't exist at all. They did terrible things to … Continue reading Black Light Express

Milk Teeth

A riveting take on folklore as original as the infamous Brom himself. Prescott reinvigorates the classic folk tales known throughout the globe such as The Little Mermaid, Princess and the Frog, and even giving fresh concepts to characters like Hansel and Gretel - among others. A sorceress gets married and forgets her powers. A prince … Continue reading Milk Teeth

Urban Enemies

I really don't like anthologies, but with contributions from seventeen of the baddest cats in the contemporary urban fantasy business, I struggled to keep my jaws from salivating after reading some of the best shorts this year. As a reviewer, I take pride in being honest and unbiased in my reviews – there’s no excessive … Continue reading Urban Enemies