Here’s a fun “get to know you” question we tossed at all of our Uproar Books authors: What’s the best TV show based on a novel you’ve ever seen?
Get ready for a bloodbath this fall when hundreds of delayed books launch right on top of the already-planned fall books… and now printers are warning they can’t keep pace with it all.
Fantasy has been enjoying an almost twenty-year-long renaissance, starting I suppose with Peter Jackson’s Fellowship of the Ring (2001). Maybe renaissance is the wrong word. Maybe it’s too grand. But something has been happening, and I can’t help thinking that it is the best thing that has happened to literature and popular culture in a while. Fantasy (of all kinds) deserves
Author and blogger Paul Semel recently interviewed Uproar Books author Jamie Thomas and asked what makes her novel ASPERFELL—or any novel, for that matter—a “Gothic” fantasy. Here’s what she had to say…
Every now and then I come across a post on social media about an author who wasn’t happy about a certain book review, and they express their unhappiness by complaining about it publicly, or even attacking the person who wrote the review. Good idea or bad idea?
The first advance review of the sequel to ALWAYS GREENER is up on Goodreads and NetGalley, and it answers a very important question. Two, actually.
Booklist magazine–the official publication of the American Library Association–just named its TOP TEN favorite debut novels of the past twelve months in fantasy, sci-fi, and horror.
Both of our newest releases are on sale as ebooks for only 99 cents! Called “hilarious and horrifying” by Foreword Reviews, ALWAYS GREENER by JRH Lawless is a darkly absurd sci-fi satire about a future reality show competition for the world’s worst life. Called “sure to win over fantasy readers” by Publishers Weekly, ASPERFELL by
Get your most ridiculous work stories ready! Your funniest and most absurd workplace situations can earn you fabulous prizes starting Monday, April 13, in the #LiveYourWorstLife Twitter contest!
aO Uproar Books is thrilled to unveil the cover art for the upcoming gothic fantasy Asperfell by Jamie Thomas, launching February 18, 2020! aO aO The illustration and design work are by the incomparable Khristian M. Collins. aO Black cover blurb: aO Only the darkest and most dangerous of Mages are sentenced to pass through the gate