Core ARC Contest: Demon Cycle Dioramas

Huzzah! At long last, Advance Reader Copies of The Core have arrived. I’m keeping two for myself, but the rest are going to lucky fans. But how to decide? I always have this dilemma. As always, there are only a handful of these precious uncorrected proofs, and hundreds of thousands of readers eager to get […]

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The Core, First Draft Complete

Last Wednesday morning at 1:31am, I sent my publishers the complete first draft of The Core, the fifth and final book in the Demon Cycle series. It’s been a long time coming. For readers, the Demon Cycle began in 2008 (or 2009 in the US). That’s nine years. Quite a commitment, and for those of […]

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Taiwanese Messenger’s Legacy– Cover Revealed!

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! Our friends at JABbwerwocky recently sent us this pic of Peat’s latest Taiwanese translation–Messenger’s Legacy. This is a gorgeous and totally brand-spanking-new cover! The dark textured background and the gold lettering make a stunning combination! We couldn’t be happier to add it to the collection. You can get your copy […]

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Taiwanese Daylight War Review

Posted by Karen Hey everyone! A little while ago we got a glowing review of the Taiwanese version of Daylight War. There are relatively few spoilers, so feel free to check out the whole review. One question in the review I can answer here– yes, there are more books in the series. Five, to be […]

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