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12 new sci-fi and fantasy books to look forward to in 2019

It’s the time of year again when we gaze into our crystal ball, and look at all the new books we’re publishing in 2019. We’ve got something for everyone, from some stunning debuts, sequels that we’ve been dying to read, plus some old time favourites who you’re about to fall in love with all over […]

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My favourite SFF Christmas films

When it comes to Christmas traditions I have found that every family has their own. Mine have changed quite considerably since I moved to the UK. Like every good European I still celebrate and exchange gifts at midnight on Christmas Eve, but have come to give a lot of importance to the meal on Christmas […]

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The best geeky Christmas baubles for your tree

It’s that time of year when everyone is putting up their Christmas trees – and as a self-confessed geek, I like to make sure my tree reflects my nerdy flair! Here are just a few of my favourite nerdy decorations that will be gracing my tree this year. Comment below and tell us how you’ll […]

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Extract: The Orphanage of Gods

We can’t wait to get our hands on the incredibly imaginative and thrilling new fantasy novel by Helena Coggan, The Orphanage of Gods. Set in a world where humans have almost wiped out the gods in a bloody revolution, children are imprisoned in an orphanage, tested and watched by ruthless Guards to see if they […]

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Get to know the Hodderscape Team!

Hello, hello! As you may or may not be aware, there have been a few changes to the Hodderscape team lately. Sadly, a few people have moved on to other jobs, (we miss you guys!), but we are so lucky to have found new, just-as-awesome people to replace them. Hodderscape is also growing, so we’ve been […]

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Writing Your Truth, Even if it Hurts

Natasha Ngan, author of Girls of Paper and Fire, talks about the power of words and how writing helped her release unspoken and repressed truths.   Writing Your Truth, Even if it Hurts Words, we know by now, are powerful. They have the ability to break hearts and destroy whole worlds in the blink of […]

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Recipe: Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes

  PUMPKIN SPICE CUPCAKES by Zoe Sugg I make a jar of pumpkin spice and use it throughout autumn and winter, stirred into porridge and hot chocolate and in all kinds of baking. You can buy pumpkin purée online and in some supermarkets or follow my recipe here. Decorate your cupcakes with sweets or edible […]

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The Hodderscape Team pick their favourite books for Halloween

At Hodderscape we’re all massive fans of Halloween. It’s the perfect excuse to don your best fancy dress, devour lots of sweets and of course, escape into a spooky or supernatureal read. We asked the team to share their favourite books to read at Halloween. Take a look and tell us if we picked your […]

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Extract: Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan

  Girls of Paper and Fire is a stunning young adult fantasy novel by Natasha Ngan, full of Asian mythology and featuring a wonderful lesbian romance. It mixes in aspects of Ngan’s time growing up in Malaysia and follows Lei, a young girl who is kidnapped and forced to become a Paper Girl, one of the […]

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One woman’s quest to defend her culture: Read an extract of Songwoman by Ilka Tampke

Love Outlander and Game of Thrones? Well, we have a treat for you today! To celebrate the publication of Songwoman by Ilka Tampke, we have an exclusive extract to satisfy your cravings. The standalone sequel to Skin, Songwoman follows Ailia as she leaves the forests where she has been living in order to help Caradog, […]

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Wiffle Lever to Full!: what does it even mean?

  I think the phrase ‘Wiffle Lever to Full!’ epitomises everything I’ve ever loved about British science fiction. Which is odd, because it’s a phrase that has never passed the lips of any lantern-jawed hero, scheming villainess, clanking robot or hulking, slime-encrusted alien in any film or TV show that I’ve ever seen. It’s a […]

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Extract: Light Years by Kass Morgan

Light Years is the first book in a thrilling new sci-fi series by Kass Morgan, bestselling author of The 100 series. It follows a group of teenage cadets who attend an interstellar military academy in a galaxy far away. From very different planets and circumstances, these cadets have to learn to work together, all the while harbouring […]

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