I've been reading Kim Harrison's Hollows for nearly a decade now, it's one of the only series I've stuck with through the entire run and a large part of that is the fun, fast nature of the novels. And now, with The Witch With No Name, she's giving long-time fans the satisfying ending we deserve.
The long-awaited conclusion to Kim Harrison's Rachel Morgan book series, The Witch With No Name, is coming out this month. To help you get ready, here's an exclusive video where Harrison takes you into the real-life Hollows — and shows us artwork that gives a hint of what to expect.
This month, we're reading Kim Harrison's Dead Witch Walking, the first book in her Hollows series. We'll meet on March 11 to discuss it!
Almost every day, it seems like we hear about another new TV show based on a book or graphic novel series. Just today, it was announced that NBC is moving forward with a show based on the fantastic Vertigo comic Midnight, Mass. (This is the third attempt at a Midnight, Mass show — read our thoughts on why it's a great…
For ages, fans of Kim Harrison's urban fantasy have been grappling with two questions: What happened to Trent and Jenks when they went to San Francisco? And how on Earth did Trent end up with that baby that he has in her novel Pale Demon? At last, Harrison answers both questions, with a brand new novella called…
Urban fantasy is famous for taking real cities and recreating them as paranormal landscapes. At the New York Comic Con panel "Demonic Hotspots, Infernal Pit Stops and the Badlands," six writers explained why and how.
Check out this spooky, lovely, intense poster for The Hollows Insider, Kim Harrison's collection of new fiction, maps and source material about her Rachel Morgan novels. And now imagine this poster glowing in the dark. Woo.
Kim Harrison, author of the Rachel Morgan novels, created a fantastical road trip for the latest book, Pale Demon. And to research her story, she actually traveled across the country. Here's her story of a fantasy roadtrip gone wrong... in a good way.
What's better than a witch on a road trip? How about a witch on a road trip with a host of supernatural creatures? Kim Harrison's Pale Demon takes her witch hero Rachel Morgan on a cross-country drive to the annual witch convention in San Francisco, to get her shunning revoked. Here's an exclusive look at chapter 12,…
Today at WorldCon, Harper Collins announced it's rebranding its Eos imprint as Harper Voyager, bringing it in line with the Voyager imprints in Australia/New Zealand and the U.K. According to the press release: