I’m really pleased to announce that ODIO, the Spanish edition of HATER, will be released on 17 March by Minotauro. More details are available here.
Thanks to everyone who picked up a copy of HATER this week. Here’s a very quick round-up of a few bits of news.
I took part in the Page 69 test – click here for the results!
I’ve added a new page to this site for press clippings. You can access it from the sidebar or click here.
New reviews have been added to this page. Also, you can access these via the RSS feed in the sidebar.
Finally, you can now read chapter 4 of HATER at various sites around the web; Tor.com and Fangoria to name but two!
HATER is released in the UK today. You can pick up a copy from all the usual online stores and also from most branches of Waterstones.
Graeme Flory was kind enough to publish a great review of the book here, and has today published a brief interview I did with him here!
HATER is now available in the US and Canada!
For those readers in the UK, the book will be released here on Thursday. In the meantime, you can find reviews in this month’s SFX Magazine and SciFi Now (where you’ll also find an interview!).
Update: the SciFi Now interview is now online here.
You can now read chapter 3 of HATER at Tor.com and Fangoria.
The team at Bookgeeks (who recently posted this great review) are hosting a HATER giveaway. Click here for your chance to win one of three copies of the book.
I was really pleased to be asked to blog on Tor.com recently. My first post ‘Addicted to Armageddon‘ has just gone live so please check it out.
What’s more, starting today, Tor.com are exclusively serializing the first four chapters of HATER.
UPDATE – you can now follow the HATER serialization with Fangoria, Bookgasm and various other sites! A chapter will be posted each Wednesday from now until release on 17 February.
I was recently asked to put together some words about Hater and the events which have taken it from self-published novel to its impending ‘mainstream’ publication and movie adaptation. Click here to read the feature at the ‘Waterstone’s Book Quarterly’ website.