Download Tor/Forge Author Voices Volume #2
Do you have the guts to steal from the Queen of England? Or the survival instincts to survive a zombie apocalypse? Have you ever wondered what your cat is staring at in a seemingly empty room? In this collection you can experience this all and much more.With this sampler, Tor and Forge Books proudly present a one-of-a-kind collection of articles written by our authors, along with excerpts of forthcoming books. We’re highlighting a cross-section of our exciting new and popular titles in science fiction and fantasy, steampunk, young adult fiction, and your favorite video properties with a look at Tor’sHalo™, Dragon Age™, Dead Space™, and EVE™ tie-in novels.
Also included in this collection are articles and essays on the craft of writing and reflections on the many worlds of genre fiction.
In this collection . . .
GREG BEAR gives us a look at what it is like to write in the Halo universe with the newest entry into the Halo series, HALO: Cryptum. Read an excerpt of HALO: Cryptumand begin discovering the mysteries of the Forerunner society, the architects of the Halo rings.
ORSON SCOTT CARD returns to fantasy with The Lost Gate and gives us a tour of the worlds connected to the Mithermages.
BRIAN HERBERT and KEVIN J. ANDERSON launch an epic new science fiction series with Hellhole. KEVIN J. ANDERSON also provides us with a personal essay about his appreciation for the science fiction genre as an escape for the imagination.
The long awaited sequel to Fire Upon the Deep by VERNOR VINGE releases on October 11th. In the meantime, check out a sneak-peak of TheChildren of the Sky.
Award-winning author of the Fables comics, BILL WILLINGHAM, gives us a look at a new prose novel for middle grade audiences, Down The Mysterly River – to be released with interior art from Fables artist, Mark Buckingham
With more features and novel previews by:
L.E. MODESITT, JR.
- An Editor’s Dirty Little Secret
- On a Bus to New York
- Sister, Healer, Soldier, Spy
- Tor/Forge Blog is Moving to a New Domain
- The Week in Review
- Not at New York Comic-Con Sweepstakes
- Starred Review: Ask Not by Max Allan Collins
- New Releases: 10/8/2013
- Goodreads Sweepstakes: Watcher of the Dark by Joseph Nasisse
- Tor Books Announces Programming for New York Comic-Con 2013
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- Wonder Woman Soars In Her Invisible Jet
- V.E. Schwab’s A Darker Shade of Magic Is Changing Direction, Now Headed to the Big Screen!
- Holy Rewatch Batman! “Louie’s Lethal Lilac Time”
- Cold Counsel
- Let’s Join a Cult! The Brainwashing Pulps of the ’70s and ’80s
- Malazan Reread of the Fallen: Forge of Darkness, Chapter One
- Shared Worlds is Now Open for Registration!
- An Enthusiastic Carnival of Horrors: Dr. Potter’s Medicine Show
- Klingons Drug Everyone: David Dvorkin’s Timetrap
- Karen Memory Will Return in…Stone Mad, a New Novella by Elizabeth Bear