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Download our FREE ebook sampler today!

We are so excited! Our first ebook sampler is out today! Voyager is a FREE ebook sampler with excerpts from 15 new or upcoming releases, as well as an introduction from New York Times bestselling author Richard Kadrey.

You’ll find:

An Introduction from Richard Kadrey

Excerpts from

Thorn Jack by Katherine Harbour
The Stolen by Bishop O’Connell
The God Hunter by Tim Lees
Soda Pop Soldier by Nick Cole
The Getaway God by Richard Kadrey
Once Upon a Rhyme by Jack Heckel
Demon by Erik Williams
The Witch With No Name by Kim Harrison
Clockwork Dagger by Beth Cato
Superheroes Anonymous by Lexie Dunne
Asylum Tales Part I: Demon’s Fury by Jocelynn Drake
Fish Tails by Sheri S. Tepper
Black Dog by Caitlin Kittredge
Metrophage by Richard Kadrey
On Her Majesty’s Behalf by Joseph Nassise

Get yours today! 






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THE STOLEN by Bishop O’Connell

Out today from Harper Voyager Impulse, our very Impulse title! Available as an ebook from all ebook retailers for just 2.99, THE STOLEN is a faerie tale like no other!

Tonight, for the first time in over a century, a mortal child will be kidnapped by faeries.
When her daughter Fiona is snatched from her bed, Caitlin’s entire world crumbles. Once certain that faeries were only a fantasy, Caitlin must now accept that these supernatural creatures do exist—and that they have traded in their ancient swords and horses for modern guns and sports cars. Hopelessly outmatched, she accepts help from a trio of unlikely heroes: Eddy, a psychiatrist and novice wizard; Brendan, an outcast Fian warrior; and Dante, a Magister of the fae’s Rogue Court. Moving from the busy streets of Boston’s suburbs to the shadowy land of Tír na nÓg, Caitlin and her allies will risk everything to save Fiona. But can this disparate quartet conquer their own inner demons and outwit the dark faeries before it’s too late?Download today!Amazon


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Download the free Voyager sampler today!

The Voyager Science Fiction and Fantasy sampler is available now, and it’s free!

Check out our new and upcoming titles, including work from Richard Kadrey, Kim Harrison, Katherine Harbour, Bishop O’Connell, Tim Lees, Nick Cole, Jack Heckel, Erik Williams, Beth Cato, Jocelynn Drake, Sheri S. Tepper, Caitlin Kittredge, Joseph Nassise, and Lexie Dunne!



Get your free copy now wherever ebooks are sold!


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Voyager’s going to SDCC! Check out our schedule!

We’re ready for this year’s most exciting event: San Diego Comic Con! Here’s our schedule for the next week. Join us for book giveaways, signings, panels, and more! And be sure to tag us using #Voyager!

Wednesday, July 23, 2014 (preview night)

7:00 – 8:00 PM                                   In Booth Free Signing: Raymond Feist

AREA:In HarperCollins booth #1029 

8:00 PM                                  IN-BOOTH: VOYAGER Scratch & Win

Book giveaway! Get a card, scratch to find out which book you get!

AREA: In HarperCollins booth #1029 

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

11:00—11:30 AM                   IN-BOOTH: VOYAGER Scratch & Win

12:00 – 1:00 PM                     FAIRY TALE REMIX Panel 

AUTHORS: Katherine Harbour, THORN JACK (Voyager); John Peck (aka Jack Heckel), ONCE UPON A RHYME (Voyager); Danielle Paige, DOROTHY MUST DIE (HarperCollins, HCCB)


**Followed by a signing: 1:30 – 2:30 PM  OFFICIAL FAIRY TALE REMIX PANEL SIGNING/ ROOM: AA09



*Drawing for Line Tickets to be held Thursday at 9:00 am in the Autograph Area


AUTHORS: Richard Kadrey, THE GETAWAY GOD (Voyager)




AUTHORS:  Raymond E. Feist, Robin Hobb


**signing info: 5:30 – 6:30 PM  OFFICIAL EPIC FANTASY PANEL SIGNING in ROOM: AA09

Friday, July 25th, 2014

3:00 – 4:00 PM        IN BOOTH: RICHARD KADREY Signing 

Free signing of SANDMAN SLIM paperback; & early on-sale (!!!) of GETAWAY GOD!

AREA: In HarperCollins booth #1029 

4:30—5:00 PM                       IN-BOOTH: VOYAGER Scratch & Win

AREA: In HarperCollins booth #1029

Saturday, July 26th, 2014

11:00—11:30 AM                   IN-BOOTH: Joe Hill Signing  

AREA: In HarperCollins booth #1029

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM                SPOTLIGHT ON RAYMOND E. FEIST



**Signing info12:30 – 1:30 PM  in ROOM AA19

12:00—12:30  PM                  IN-BOOTH: VOYAGER Scratch & Win

AREA: In HarperCollins booth #1029 

12:00 – 1:00 PM                     SCI-FI, ROBOTS & A.I., OH MY! Panel 



**Signing info: 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM ROOM AA09

2:30 – 3:30 PM                                   THE ART OF FEAR PANEL



**SIGNING INFO: 4:00 – 5:00 PM  ROOM AA09


Sneak Preview of the Best New Fiction from HARPER VOYAGER and HARPER TEEN


Sunday, July 27th, 2014

12:00  PM                               IN-BOOTH: VOYAGER Scratch & Win

AREA: In HarperCollins booth #1029 

2:30 – 3:30 PM                        Panel: Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle that Defined a Generation


Room: 23ABC

*4:00 – 5:00 PM Signing info AREA: AA09


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Excerpt from THE STOLEN (7/22)!

Read an excerpt from our FIRST Harper Voyager Impulse title, THE STOLEN by Bishop O’Connell! It’s out next week but here’s a sneak peek! (And check out more info on THE STOLEN here)



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Cover reveal: GIDEON by Alex Gordon

In January 2015 we are publishing a fabulous paranormal fantasy debut – GIDEON by Alex Gordon. We couldn’t be more excited to share with you the official cover reveal of the book:

This edge-of-your-seat debut is a superb blend of mystery, paranormal fantasy, horror, thriller, and romance.

Lauren’s life in Seattle turns upside down when her father dies and she makes a shocking discovery about his past. Now, she’s determined to find out who he really was, even though her only clues are an old photograph, some letters, and the name of a town in Illinois — Gideon. But someone—or something—doesn’t want her to discover the truth. A strange man is stalking her, and those who try to help her end up in danger. Neither a shadowy enemy nor her own fear are going to prevent her from solving the mystery of her father—and unlocking the secrets of her own life.

Making her way to Gideon, Lauren finds herself more confused than ever. Nothing in this small Midwestern town is what it seems, including time itself. Residents start going missing, and Lauren is threatened by almost every townsperson she encounters. Two hundred years ago, a witch was burned at the stake, but in Gideon, the past feels all too chillingly present . . .

Gideon publishes on January 6, 2015 but you can pre-order your copy today!

Be sure to check out Alex Gordon online: Twitter | Facebook | Website 


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More WWNN! Behold, an exclusive excerpt from Kim Harrison’s upcoming novel THE WITCH WITH NO NAME (out 7/9), the final book in her #1 New York Times bestselling Hollows series!

Read Chapter 3 here

Read Chapter 1-2 here:

And now’s the time if you have not already done so, to pre-order the book so you have it to read right away on publication date (September 9, 2014)!


B&N Signed *limited quantity!



Nicola’s *signed from Kim’s home store!


Chapter 4 from The Witch With No Name by Kim Harrison by WilliamMorrowBooks

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Guest Post: Katherine Harbour author of THORN JACK (out today!)

We’re so excited to host Katherine Harbour, the debut author of THORN JACK, a modern retelling of the ballad Tam Lin. A cross between The Night Circus and The Secret History, THORN JACK is the beginning of a very exciting series about a college freshman who finds out the sleepy university town she has just moved to is anything but sleepy… or human, for that matter. She also meets a very alluring boy named Jack… 

Katherine has kindly written a guest blog introducing THORN JACK, which comes out today in hardcover and ebook.

I began writing THORN JACK when I was seventeen—in the ‘80s, books about fairies were popular and I’d read the ballad ‘Tam Lin’ and other books inspired by it: Elizabeth Marie Pope’s The Perilous Gard, Diana Wynne Jones’s Fire and Hemlock, Pamela Dean’s Tam Lin. I was intrigued by the idea of a girl rescuing her lover from ancient creatures who wanted to sacrifice him for their own benefit. I’d also heard Fairport Convention’s eerie cover of the ballad. What inspired me to retell ‘Tam Lin’ as a modern story wasn’t just the romance between the mortal girl and the mysterious knight, but the idea that the faery queen truly loved Tam Lin—‘Out then spoke the Queen of Fairies, and an angry woman was she; “Shame betide her ill-faired face, and an ill death may she die, for she’s taken away the bonniest knight in all my company.”’ A sacrifice must be something of value for it to be effective. In THORN JACK, Reiko Fata, the faery queen, loves Jack, her knight.

The idea of setting ‘Tam Lin’ in a resort/college town that’s a getaway for theater and film people, the wealthy and the artsy, seemed a perfect way to mask the Fatas’ (faeries) beauty, eccentric style, and lavish parties (faery revels). At the ballad’s beginning, there’s a warning about the ruins of Carter Hall being haunted: ‘“O I forbid you maidens all, that wear gold in your hair, to come or go by Carter Hall, for young Tam Lin is there.”’ It reminded me of those abandoned mansions, like Wyndcliffe, in upstate New York. In Tam Lin, the heroine is compelled to explore Carter Hall. In THORN JACK, Finn Sullivan, the heroine, is drawn to the Fata-haunted mansions of Fair Hollow.

In the ballad, the faeries’ sacrifice is to Hell. I made it a sacrifice to the Lord of the Dead, which better suited the book’s theme of battling death. In ‘Tam Lin’, the girl becomes pregnant. That seemed a desperate and sketchy reason for true love. Finn’s and Jack’s romance begins with a glamor, a spell. As Jack guides Finn through his mysterious world, their relationship evolves into a friendship, then love. In the ballad, and in THORN JACK, the girl rescues the boy.

I’d like readers to become lost in THORN JACK’s autumnal, college atmosphere, in the ghostly border world of the Fatas, and to enjoy spending time with the four main characters as they grow and save each other.

–Katherine Harbour, 2014


More about THORN JACK here

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Three great ebooks on sale this weekend!

Don’t miss these deals, and the chance to start reading a new series!  DEAD WITCH WALKING by Kim Harrison, SANDMAN SLIM by Richard Kadrey, and ARCHON by Sabrina Benulis are all on sale from 6/20-6/23 for just $1.99.  Get these deals on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and iTunes!

Book One of The Hollows

Rachel Morgan is a runner with the Inderland Runner Services, apprehending law-breakers throughout Cincinnati. She’s also a witch, one of the many Inderlanders who revealed themselves after a genetically engineered virus wiped out 50% of humanity. Witches, warlocks, vampires, werewolves-the creatures of dreams and nightmares have lived beside humans for centuries, hiding their powers. But now they’ve stopped hiding, and nothing will be the same.

On the run with a contract on her head, Rachel reluctantly teams up with Ivy, Inderland’s best runner…and a living vampire. But this witch is way out of her league, and to clear her name, Rachel must evade shapechanging assassins, outwit a powerful businessman/crimelord, and survive a vicious underground fight-to-the-death…not to mention her own roommate!

Fun, sassy, filled with action, humor, and romance, DEAD WITCH WALKING is the perfect read for anyone who likes vampires, paranormal fantasy, and romance.


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Life sucks, and then you die. Or in James Starks’s case, you spend eleven years in Hell as a hitman before finally escaping, only to land back in the hell-on-earth that is Los Angeles.

Now Stark’s back, and ready for revenge. And absolution, and maybe even love. But first and foremost, getting the bastards who killed him in the first place. But when his first stop saddles him with an abusive talking head, Stark discovers that the road to absolution and revenge is much longer than you’d expect, and both Heaven and Hell have their own ideas for his future…

Supernatural fantasy has a new anti-hero–get ready for Sandman Slim.


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Angela Mathers is obsessed with visions of angels, supernatural creatures who haunt her thoughts by day and seduce her dreams by night. Released from a mental institution, she hopes her new university, West Wood Academy, will give her the chance at a normal life.

But such is not to be…. For a secret coven plots within West Wood, and demons and angels alike walk the streets of Luz, searching for the key to open Raziel’s book–a secret tome from a lost archangel. Some wish to destroy Raziel, others, like the Supernal Israfel, one of the highest of the high, to free him. For when the Archon rises as foretold, they will control the supernatural universe.

Torn between mortal love and angelic obsession, Angela holds the key to both Heaven and Hell, and both will stop at nothing to possess her.


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Exclusive Excerpt from Katherine Harbour’s THORN JACK!

Katherine Harbour’s haunting and beautiful retelling of Tam Lin is out next week, but we have a an exclusive sneak peek right here!

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Guest Post: Emmi Itäranta, author of MEMORY OF WATER

We’re so excited to welcome Emmi Itäranta, the Finnish author of internationally acclaimed dystopian novel MEMORY OF WATER, out now in the United States from Harper Voyager US! 

Memory of Water: a tale of twin novels 

This, dear reader, is the story of my book Memory of Water. Or books: conceived in two languages, separated at birth.

It began in January 2008. I stared out of my window into a fog-filled day in Canterbury, United Kingdom, where I had moved the year before. I only had a few hours to write a piece for a creative writing class, and nothing much seemed to stir in my winter-weary brain.

Then, an image came: I saw a young woman preparing a last cup of tea for herself in an isolated house in a future world that was running out of fresh water.

I didn’t know her name, or her story, or anything else about her world. Yet the image was strong enough that I had to put it into words. I thought it could be the beginning of something, or perhaps the end. In the class my tutor told me, ‘This is a novel.’ I didn’t believe her yet.

To my surprise, the image began to expand, to claim more words, and it began to do so in two languages: in my native Finnish, and in my adopted second language, English. Over the next two and a half years, I added more and more words around the image, until I knew the woman, and her story, and her world. In September 2010, I had the full manuscript of my first novel in Finnish and English.

Many people have asked me why I wrote Memory of Water in two languages instead of just one. Wasn’t it very slow? Wasn’t it hard work? Wasn’t it, at the end of the day, slightly against all reason and sanity?

The answer to all is yes. And yet I feel that I couldn’t have written this book any other way. The English version is not a translation. The Finnish version is not a translation. They are both the original, and each was shaped by the constant presence of the other. They are twins, inseparable, and would not be the same without each other.

–Emmi Itäranta, 2014