Well would you look at that. 2012 has arrived, and is already starting to fly by. Resolutions have already fallen by the wayside, but the holiday fat is beginning to disappear (hopefully). Work is starting back, school as well, and the days are getting shorter or longer, depending on where you live.
And there is a new crop of books just waiting to be printed, pressed and delivered.
Ryan Lawler and Josh Hill have set out to give you the run down on the best, biggest, and … the rest, of the fantasy books being published in 2012. So have a read, and stick around all week as we build up to their personal choices for Most Anticipated Books of 2012.
Portugal’s largest fantasy and science fiction convention, The Fórum Fantástico 2010, is getting ready to open its doors to thousands of fans in Lisbon this weekend 12th-14th November. The two Guests of Honour being flown in this year are the British fantasy author Stephen Hunt and American fantasy author Peter V. Brett. The three-day event [...]
The commuter who wrote his fantasy novel on a mobile phone is on verge of multi-million pound movie deal. Peter V Brett wrote his fantasy novel The Painted Man while on the ‘F’ train from his home in Brooklyn to Times Square, busily pressing away on the keys of his HP Ipaq 6515, a phone [...]
With the beginning of a new year come resolutions, gym memberships, budgets and more. But, honestly, none of that really matters in the face of some of the books that are coming this year. So here’s a small taste of what is coming in 2010 from some of fantasy’s best, and why I’m looking forward [...]
Filmmaker Paul WS Anderson and long-time producing partner Jeremy Bolt, the duo behind the moneymaking "Resident Evil" franchise, have picked up film rights to Peter V Brett’s debut fantasy novel, "The Warded Man." The book is set in an undetermined future where mankind is beset by nightly attacks from demonkind and has been thrown back [...]
Peter V Brett wrote the majority of his first novel, The Painted Man [link to book review], on his phone during trips between New York home and his job in Times Square. In total, he estimates that he wrote over 100,000 words on the train over a period of two years. The book finally hit [...]