1. George R. R. Martin Compe...

** This Competition is now closed. Win the ULTIMATE George R. R. Martin reader pack and delve inside the world of A Song of Fire and Ice. To enter, tell us in the Facebook post below which noble house you belong to and why? You can use...

2. Francesca Haig on the cha...

  Francesca Haig’s The Map of Bones, and the challenges of writing a second novel. Like most authors, I do my best to avoid clichés. Last year, depressingly, I found myself living a cliché: the difficult second novel. I wrote...

3. Short Story: First Kill b...

   We’ve got a special treat for you – Jennifer Fallon’s The Lyre Thief is set to be released in  March and to get you in the mood she’s written a short story called First Kill about the assassin, Kiam...

4. 5 books that shaped Elean...

  by Jason Gurley   In late 2014 I visited fellow Portland author David Shafer at one of his events. We hadn’t met before, but had mutual friends. He inscribed a copy of his bestseller Whiskey Tango Foxtrot for me: “Every...

5. Interview with Gregory Ma...

Thanks for taking the time to talk to HarperVoyager – we are big fans of your work! 1. Your 2015 novel After Alice is a reimagining of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. What made you want to write about Alice? Or, in this case,...
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Guest Blog: Alan Baxter

Guest Blog: Alan Baxter

Fighting as metaphor by Alan Baxter I’m fortunate enough to be able to write a guest post for the fantastic Voyager blog today, as part of the release party for the Alex Caine Series. All three books in the...
Guest Blog: Stephen Graham Jones

Guest Blog: Stephen Graham Jones

Read a guest blog from Stephen Graham Jones, author of the surreal coming-of-age story, Mongrels! Available 23/5 – Pre-order now! A spellbinding and surreal coming-of-age story about a young boy...
George R. R. Martin Competition

George R. R. Martin Competition

** This Competition is now closed. Win the ULTIMATE George R. R. Martin reader pack and delve inside the world of A Song of Fire and Ice. To enter, tell us in the Facebook post below which noble house you...
Francesca Haig on the challenges of writing a second novel

Francesca Haig on the challenges of writ...

  Francesca Haig’s The Map of Bones, and the challenges of writing a second novel. Like most authors, I do my best to avoid clichés. Last year, depressingly, I found myself living a cliché: the...
Short Story: First Kill by Jennifer Fallon

Short Story: First Kill by Jennifer Fall...

   We’ve got a special treat for you – Jennifer Fallon’s The Lyre Thief is set to be released in  March and to get you in the mood she’s written a short story called First...
5 books that shaped Eleanor

5 books that shaped Eleanor

  by Jason Gurley   In late 2014 I visited fellow Portland author David Shafer at one of his events. We hadn’t met before, but had mutual friends. He inscribed a copy of his bestseller Whiskey...
Voyager Ebook Specials

Voyager Ebook Specials

Get the latest ebook specials on some of the best sci-fi and fantasy novels of 2015. … … … … ...
KJ Taylor Competition and Blog Tours

KJ Taylor Competition and Blog Tours

Competition – (closed) Congratulations to our lucky winners – Jade Lee and Hope Lee! You’ll recieve a set of K.J. Taylor’s Drachengott E-book series ( in either EPUB or MOBI file...
Vetigel

Vetigel

Bleeding out is one of the great contributors to death by injury. Often, the fatal loss of blood occurs quicker than the medic or ambulance officer can control the bleeding. A brand new technology has come up...
Interview with Gregory Maguire

Interview with Gregory Maguire

Thanks for taking the time to talk to HarperVoyager – we are big fans of your work! 1. Your 2015 novel After Alice is a reimagining of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. What made you want to write...
The Canadian Space Elevator

The Canadian Space Elevator

During a speech he once gave, someone in the audience asked Arthur C. Clarke when the space elevator would become a reality. Clarke answered, “Probably about 50 years after everybody quits laughing.” What...
5 tricky questions with Mitchell Hogan

5 tricky questions with Mitchell Hogan

  If you were only allowed to read one book for the rest of your life, what would it be? The Necronomicon. Easy decision really, although I’d have to make sure I could read the language it is inscribed in....
The Hoatzin

The Hoatzin

I’ve done a few posts about amazing animals in the past, but I have to admit, the Hoatzin is rather special, because it has several features that makes it unique in the Class Aves. The species has a...
Ethics, Morality and Science:  The Ongoing Debate over the Legacy of Henrietta Lacks

Ethics, Morality and Science: The Ongoi...

  I have previously written about Henrietta Lacks and her immortal line of cancer cells so vital to cancer research, the immortal HeLa cell line. Here is a brief summary of the background: In 1951,...
Nine Questions with Sabaa Tahir

Nine Questions with Sabaa Tahir

  Was your childhood growing up in a motel in the desert must have been full of adventures? (It sounds like it must have been awesome)Not adventures in the traditional sense, but it was certainly never...

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Francesca Haig on the challenges of writing a second novel