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Star Trek Discovery vs Godzilla.

Well, it’s been a 12-year gap since Star Trek Enterprise finished and the new Star Trek Discovery beamed back down onto our TV screens. Ironically, that long gap led to the technological ascendance of streaming and an odd conundrum. Discovery is on Netflix in the UK, Europe and just about everywhere except the USA, where […]

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Stephen Hunt, Genre Buster?

Sometimes you choose the title and other times the title chooses you. One of my readers, Sam Briggs (thanks, Sam), sent in this link to an article that U.S. book store chain Barnes & Noble wrote about one of my novels – the first in the seven-book Jackelian series, The Court of the Air. Apparently […]

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The Stealers’ War (Far-called book #3) is out now.

The third book in my Far-called fantasy-science fiction series, The Stealers’ War, is out now from Gollancz. Yippee. There’s an interview about it over at SFF World here and you can lay your hands on the novel online in the UK at http://amzn.to/2591KZf, and the USA at http://amzn.to/1Rr3XVK Always mixed, bittersweet feelings when handing in the last book in […]

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Yes, readers, Sliding Void #4 has now hit the bookshops!

Anomalous Thrust is the 4th book in Sliding Void series. It’s a completely stand-alone adventure, not directly linked to the first three books (although Anomalous Thrust is set chronologically a year after the end of the previous books). It’s also full novel-sized, rather than novella-sized. Your feedback indicated you wanted it all at once, rather […]

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The wicked wild wild web.

Story Update (10th March 2015) Yipee. Sanity has been restored it seems, touch wood. The cyber-attacks on this site and SFcrowsnest.org.uk have dwindled away in the face of the counter-measures suite we introduced, and the attacks on the social networks have been taken care of too. Thanks to everyone who helped with suggestions of who […]

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Green energy to bankrupt the energy mega-corps? (and a writing update).

With the upswell in ‘free’ green energy, electricity suppliers in Germany and Denmark have applied to shut down newly unprofitable power plants, but the nervous governments are resisting, afraid of being caught short on some cold winter’s night with little wind. A case for a nationalised back-up system if I’ve ever heard it! Read the […]

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Early cover concepts . . . Foul Tide’s Turning.

I have just got the early cover concepts in for Foul Tide’s Turning, the second in my Far-called sequence of fantasy books. There’s various options I need to select from and I need your help … let me know in the comments which cover jacket you’d go for? The first edition of this book will […]

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Time for a book poke in Stoke?

I’m one of the guest authors at the Stoke Newington Literary Festival and will be on a panel there at 13.00pm, this Sunday 8th June at the Abney Public Hall in London’s lovely Stoke Newington (the veritable Riviera of North London?). Here’s the official blurb for the appearance … When it comes to science fiction […]

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Fantasy novel ‘In Dark Service’ is 87% off!

‘In Dark Service’ is currently £1.99 rather than £14.99 (only for a couple of days, though). Thanks Auntie Gollancz. Get yours while it’s hot at . . . UK – http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dark-Service-Far-Called-Trilogy-ebook/dp/B00IXTQ9QY/ USA – http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Service-Far-Called-Trilogy-ebook/dp/B00IXTQ9QY/

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Forbidden Planet Megastore (London) book signing by Stephen Hunt in May.

I’ll be launching and signing my novel and first in the Far-called series, In Dark Service, at the Forbidden Planet London Megastore on Thursday 15th May from 6pm – 7pm. Your teleport co-ordinates are Forbidden Planet London Megastore, 179 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8JR, UK. The first novel of a new fantasy series, In Dark Service takes my work in a […]

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