It’s happening, Howlers. For a very limited time, the print for Tommy Arnold’s Subterranean Press artwork for Morning Star is available for purchase. The window to buy this artwork is a mere 72 hours after which it may be sold out for good. Continue reading “Tommy Arnold’s Morning Star Artwork Is Available To Buy For A Very Limited Time”
As though we needed more reasons to preorder Dark Age, Pierce Brown is offering up a free Howler holiday card featuring never-before-seen character art to those dedicated Howlers who submit their pre-order receipt for Dark Age before the December deadline.
Among the things Red Rising fans have to look forward to is Barnes & Noble’s exclusive edition of Red Rising, which comes dressed in a House Mars cover. Those Red Rising fans keeping a close eye on what’s ahead have likely already seen (and possibly pre-ordered) this exclusive edition of Pierce Brown’s original novel, however new information has been released about the book, courtesy of the Barnes & Noble blog. Continue reading “The Red Rising Barnes & Noble Exclusive Edition Comes With Illustrations And More”
Following last year’s release of Subterranean Press’ stunning limited edition printing of Red Rising comes the release of Pierce Brown’s second book in the Red Rising saga, Golden Son. Continue reading “Golden Son Subterranean Press Edition And Artwork For Sale (For A Limited Time)”
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. Continue reading “Red Rising Roundup: Pierce Brown Is Torturing Us (And Other Fun Stuff)”