by CAPSLOCK We are very pleased to announce that The Black Prism is now available in the Czech Republic! Check out the cover: Go HERE to order your copy from the publisher; to order from another retail outlet, go HERE or HERE.
by CAPSLOCK Spanish-language readers, check out this high praise of El Prismo Negro from book blog La Biblioteca de Seshat: “Resumiendo, es un libro que como podéis ver me encanta, y no puedo sino recomendarlo a cualquier amante de la fantasía. Es de lo mejor en fantasía después de Tolkien y Martin…” [In short, as you can see, it is a book I love, and […]
by CAPSLOCK How would you like to win a chance to read the first four chapters of The Broken Eye? Do I have the contest for you! Here are the prizes: 1. First place: The first FOUR chapters of The Broken Eye — that’s two more new chapters than you can get anywhere else right now! — and […]
by CAPSLOCK Although we’re no longer running the fan art contest, we’ve had a great piece submitted by Jaik O. to the Brent Weeks forum. We wanted to share it with you here. Meet Ironfist: You can view more of Jaik’s work HERE.
by CAPSLOCK As part of the launch for the new Blinding Knife trade paperback, Orbit has posted Brent’s musings on “The Best Possible Betrayal, or The Fine Art of the Plot Twist in Your Back.” And we know how well Brent does a plot twist. Go HERE to read it.
by CAPSLOCK The Blinding Knife is available today in trade paperback online and in bookstores everywhere. Go HERE to order yours if you haven’t already. What will you get? 1. TWO exclusive chapters of The Broken Eye, the next book in The Lightbringer Series (remember THIS? Now you can actually read it!)* 2. A complete glossary, […]
by CAPSLOCK To celebrate the launch of the trade paperback version of The Blinding Knife, Brent is giving away three signed copies via Goodreads. The contest ends next Tuesday, August 27th — the same day as the book release — so go HERE for a chance to win. (This giveaway is for the U.S. only, though we plan to […]
Aidan Moher of the influential fantasy blog, A Dribble of Ink, has often expressed his hatred of the over-abundance of Hooded Man covers in fantasy. He interviews Lauren Panepinto, creative director of Orbit, and designer of my covers (which the eagle-eyed among you have noticed feature hooded men) about a design that became a trope that became […]
Huge thanks to the cover creators: Design by Lauren Panepinto, Illustration by Silas Manhood, Photography (figure) by Shirley Green.