As Pierce Brown made the rounds on his Dark Age book tour, one of the questions that came up more than once from Red Rising fans was about the status of the Red Rising TV show. For a while now, Pierce Brown’s default response to requests for an update on the Red Rising TV show was that information would be coming soon.
With 2019 upon us, Red Rising fans have plenty to look forward to in the new year. But before we look ahead, I wanted to take one last look back on the last year, as 2018 was a pretty good year for Howlers. Read More
Howlers who were able to get to New York City for Pierce Brown’s New York Comic-Con event were treated to a panel featuring the Red Rising author, conducted by Demon Cycle author Peter V. Brett. Fortunately for those of us who weren’t able to be there, Penguin Random House filmed the whole thing. Read More
In addition to eagerly anticipating the arrival of Dark Age (Red Rising Book 5), fans of Pierce Brown’s Red Rising are also awaiting word on the anticipated screen adaptation of the series. The Red Rising story was originally slated to be made into a movie from Universal, however Pierce Brown got the rights back a couple of years ago and now he’s looking to bring it to television. Read More
Let me guess, someone with great taste in books told you to check out the Red Rising series. It’s fine, really, it’s to be expected. It’s a great series. But hearing something is great isn’t always enough to get you to commit to a new series. I get it. Read More
I’ve been putting off a re-read of Iron Gold, partially because I’m amidst another series right now, and partially because I wanted to let my first read of the book ruminate for a bit before I dive back into it. Read More
This feature probably needs a better name, but since I want to get right down to it, Howl Back it is. This is a new Howler Life feature where I respond publicly to a piece of feedback I received through the contact form. Read More
For the last few years, Red Rising fans have been eagerly awaiting word of the movie adaptation for Pierce Brown’s beloved sci-fi fantasy series. “It’s in the works” and “movie adaptations take time” have been Brown’s (paraphrased) default answers up until recently. Read More