In Karen Osborne’s duology, The Memory War, going to the stars means entering an indenture contract with one of the companies that run the spacelanes. While writing the book, Osborne gave a lot of thought into what indenture orientation might look like…then brought her vision to life. Check out her video now to bring yourself into lives of those waiting to sign their contracts, and don’t forget to add Architects of Memory and Engines of Oblivion to your TBR!
We are OBSESSED with Ryan Van Loan’s debut The Sin in the Steel. Who wouldn’t love a fantasy world filled with dead gods, a pirate queen, and SHAPESHIFTERS! Before COVID-19 had us all working from home, we sat down with Ryan for some super important, very professional rapid-fire questions to get to know him a little better. Check out his responses here!
We fell in love with the character Masha in Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother and Homeland, and we are SO EXCITED that she’s getting her time to shine in the upcoming book Attack Surface! But what went into introducing this character? Check out Cory as he talks more about Masha, Attack Surface, and more here.
Join “The Godfather of Gore” Tom Savini and New York Times Bestselling author Daniel Kraus (The Shape of Water) as they discuss the legacy of George A. Romero and The Living Dead. This conversation was moderated by film critic Walter Chaw.
About Arabella of Mars: Since Newton witnessed a bubble rising from his bathtub, mankind has sought the stars. When William III of England commissioned Capt. William Kidd to command the first expedition to Mars in the late 1600s, he proved that space travel was both possible and profitable. Now, one century later, a plantation in…