The book will see publication in Spring 2014, but here’s a bit more information about the next entry in the Dune universe!Read More
It didn’t stir the emotions I thought it would. I decided to ask several fantasy authors to share their experience of holding their first novel for the first time.
The answers might surprise you!Read More
During his talk, he spoke a great deal about the new book, his father Frank Herbert, his father’s life, and how his father spent the last years of his life caring for his wife. Make the jump for the video!Read More
The 2011 San Diego Comic Con may have come and gone but there is still a great deal to see!
When the convention released its schedule, epic fantasy fans automatically gravitated toward one panel: Putting the ‘Epic’ into Epic Fantasy. All on one panel: George R. R. Martin. Brandon Sanderson. Kevin J. Anderson. Christopher Paolini. Peter Orullian. Patrick Rothfuss. And K.J. Taylor.
Here is the first 1/2 of that panel. Enjoy!Read More
Here is the next one. Kevin J. Anderson stopped by the Suvudu booth to talk about Dune, Terra Incognita, what it was like sitting on the most epic fantasy panel ever, and how ebooks are changing the industry!
Jump to the video interview!Read More
I sat down for about six minutes with bestselling authors Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson yesterday.
I asked them a few questions about their new sci-fi novel, Hellhole, as well as their future plans. Here is that video interview!Read More
Kevin J. Anderson and Brian Herbert are the authors of Hellhole, a new science fiction novel of planetary danger, hardship and an ancient alien legacy. Hellhole goes on sale next Tuesday.
Naming a planet Hellhole is a pretty bold move. Does it really live up to the name? How bad can it be?
Technically, it’s named [...]
Don’t let the tight leather outfits fool you–these two mean business!
Like pretty much any self-respecting nerd, Dune made an indelible mark on my soul. If I could get addicted to spice, I would, and I wouldn’t care who knew about it.
Regrettably, when Frank Herbert passed away, I thought Dune was done (and yes, I realize now isn’t the time for clever wordplay, but I [...]