Out March 6th!
Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology was released in February of last year and brought the world of Norse mythology to life for readers around the world. Gaiman recently took to Twitter to broadcast a live video where he revealed the paperback cover for Norse Mythology, and it looks pretty darn epic!
Covers may vary from region to region but this US edition is set to be released on March 6 and will also feature notes added to the text in order to better clarify certain points to readers, other than that it is the same book as the hardback edition. The beautiful cover was designed by the very talented illustrator Victo Ngai.
Check out a high-res image of the cover below. We think it’d make a great poster.
The Outsider is about the murder of an eleven-year-old boy as King puts his own twist on the classic crime thriller.
Here’s what Amazon has to say about the new novel, which was released on 22nd May…
Becoming presents us with Michelle Obama’s life “from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her time spent at the world’s most famous address,” her publisher has said.
Michelle’s memoir will be printed in 24 languages and sell for $32.50 in the United States.
Never one to shy away from expressing his opinions, thoughts, and feelings about… Well, anything… Noah and his team have produced a hilarious new book based on the Twitter ramblings of the 45th President of the United States.
“As seen on The Daily Show, an illustrated portrait of the Donald J. Trump Twitter account, with analysis and “scholarly” commentary from the writers of The Daily Show and an introduction by Trevor Noah.”
Available for pre-order now and on sale 31st July 2018.
Author KC Land, aged 24, recently wrote and self-published her debut storybook Negan The Stardust, which attempts to explain one of the first and most important questions we ask: what are we made of, and where did we come from?
Land’s story is of a brave stellar atom named Negan who wanders with her friends Carbon and Hydrogen towards Earth after her own home is destroyed in a catastrophic explosion called a supernova.
The idea first came about when the author-whose real name is Casey Keene Stakland- was dealing with intense questions from her son.
“My son started asking some big questions such as ‘Why are we real?’ and ‘How did we get here?’ at the tender age of three. I tried at first to explain simply that we are real because we can make choices and that we all came from our mothers’ tummies, but he was obviously not satisfied with these answers and continued to ask.”